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Elephant Statue - Animalsin Animals
Civil War Veteran, Samuel Winner - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Gold Fountain Pen Stamped both Cross and Mabie, Todd & Co. - Goldin Gold
Hennessy St. Bernard - Advertisingin Advertising
Regulator School Clock Calendar - Clocksin Clocks
Miller High Life Light - Brewerianain Breweriana
Seeburg Jukebox - Coin Operatedin Coin Operated
Cigarette Case - Art Decoin Art Deco
BMW R90/6 (1974) - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles
Captain Edward H. Adams - 70' Gundalow - Photographsin Photographs


  1. Thanks In my visits to various antique shops, I have yet to encounter one of these or a similar piece with a different animal. I’m sure a number were made, and they won’t wear out, so I suspect someo...
  2. Scott- Actually the alleged source of this information in is my Grandmother. Thus very confusing. Either the obituary was incorrect or the information in is incorrect. As ...
  3. Just received the below- source is Samuel Winner Civil War Pension--Navy (NJ) Replies: 0 Samuel Winner Civil War Pension--Navy (NJ) KAWfamily (View posts) Posted: 10 Jul 2008 10:...
  4. Contacted Cross Company in Rhode Island to see if they could shed light on this mystery pen. I sent them photos and asked if CROSS provided pen parts to other manufacturers in the 1920's/30's. They di...
  5. Thanks Scott, will do.
  6. I’ll have to get back to you regarding the obituary. I believe a relative has it and if I track it down, I’ll post a copy of it. Appreciate the results of your research. I’ll keep digging.
  7. Forgot to mention that name is correct. I got the information regarding his Civil War service and incarceration at Libby Prison from his obituary.
  8. One other thought - The 73rd Regiment PA Volunteers was detailed to the Army of the Potomac during the time frame that included the Battle of Fredericksburg. (The Army of the Potomac was engaged in t...
  9. Scottvez- Thus far I've only identified 2 possibilities which may be the same that you surfaced: Samuel Winner, Private, 73rd Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer, Company H. Date of muster into service 11...
  10. You're welcome Coopergirl and thanks for the offer Scott. Unfortunately I don't know what unit he served in but the state would be Pennsylvania and he may have been linked to Philadelphia units. ...
  11. Thanks for the tip- I'll continue my research along those lines.
  12. Thanks for the comments and tip!
  13. History is replete with acts of courage and noteworthy accomplishments of various breeds and mongrels, hence “Man’s Best Friend”,
  14. Agree- Thank you bucket head.
  15. When I was a kid, my friends and I would go to a diner in Franklin Lakes, NJ. The diner (Benders) which was on Franklin Ave., is long since gone, but the memories of listening to 1950s&60s music on th...
  16. Not sure what it is made of Jenni; appears to be a form of molded plastic.
  17. Thanks vetraio50- It makes sense that the manufacturer of this case would want to identify it as one of their products. I overlooked the CW. Perhaps the 168 refers 5o the model of this particular case.
  18. Glad to hear you made it safely to Stawberry Bank, as currents in the Piscataqua River, coupled with waves, can be treacherous.
  19. Thanks vetraio50 Surprised they chose not to mark their product. I’ll do some research and see if I can get additional information from the company.
  20. The Gundalow was used to transport cargo such as bricks and masts to port cities such as Portsmouth, NH. They were well suited for negotiating tidal estuaries.
  21. Fortapache As I recall there was a Fort Apache in the South Bronx that was later referred to “The Little House On the Praire”
  22. Trey The last I recall seeing any Veedol items in the basement was during the 1960’s. I have no idea where they ended up.
  23. Nice collection and background information; particularly with respect to Zeppelin Hindenburg.
  24. Thank you Newfld.
  25. Fhrjr2 In speaking with a representative of the Lake Hopatcong Historical association, I learned that the association records did not contain any 1902 editions of the Lake Hopatcong newsletter, “The...
  26. SpiritBear Thanks. Whenever video footage of the crash was broadcast, normally during the anniversary of the crash, my Dad would go to the TV screen and point to an indistinguishable guy in a Veedol ...
  27. Fhrjr2 My late Dad was also a volunteer fireman in Bergen County. If you check out the photograph section, I submitted a couple photos of my Dad and co-workers during an oil change.
  28. Thank you !
  29. Interesting you mentioned NY Athltic Club. I recall my late Dad mentioning that he was a sprinter during his teen years and participated in NYAC events. Although he was born and raised in Paterson, NJ...
  30. Thanks for the tip.
  31. Perhaps it does represent first place; also, I thought the medal was for track and field, based on the wings, however not sure about the muscled arm and fist, unless it reprints a sprinters arms when ...
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