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Toritto – A Life In Pictures – #5

Toritto and Judy at my senior prom – May 1959.  I was 16.  She just turned 12. 🙂 The years went by between my 6th grade elementary school and my 12th grade high school graduation.  Leaving P.S 187, I attended … Continue reading

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Toritto – A Life In Pictures – #4

My Mother This is one of the earliest photos I have of my mother.  She is standing on the left and judging from her clothes was still in the Catholic orphanage at the time as a Ward of the State.  … Continue reading

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TOOTH!!

Look at that bright, shiny new tooth!!  Poor Clark boy.  Cranky all weekend.  Just think Clark – Nine more teeth and you’ll have as many real ones as Grandpa!  🙂 .

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Toritto – A Life in Pictures – #3

Sixth grade – my last year in elementary school P.S. 187.  It was May Day – but in the early fifties May Day became the “Spring Festival.”  Mom, me, Nicholas and the two Alfreds (my brother and our neighbor). Me … Continue reading

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Toritto – A Life in Pictures – #2

Uncle Dom, one of my mom’s three younger siblings and me, Easter 1946 Riding bikes with my younger brother Alfred in the park   Me at Brookville Lake State Park – 1949 Outside my Brooklyn home with my neighbor’s son, … Continue reading

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Toritto – A Life in Pictures

I have lots of photos, hundreds in fact, mostly not organized and just stashed away for years in boxes, stored closets and garages.  Many are pictures not seen even by my daughters.  Many  are of family who were gone before … Continue reading

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A Bullet of Change

So it’s June of 1967, fifty years ago this month.  Tampa, Florida is a bustling Southern town. This town on the Gulf coast, not yet a major city,  is so different from Miami Beach and Ft. Lauderdale which were experiencing … Continue reading

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