Originally posted August 12, 2010
Laurel and Joyce’s Uncle Joe and my Uncle George were friends. They both played trombone. This was taken at the picture studio on Rivington Street. Wittmyers. 157 Rivington.
But after the war, both of them left New York and that was that. The only thing Uncle Joe wanted from New York was his trombone. His mother mailed it to him.
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