Tuesday, March 28, 2006
A narrow staircase led to a finished attic that held the most interesting clutter in the home. Here I found piles of old newspapers dating back to the 1940’s, several panoramic photos of Butte Montana and a larged framed, signed photograph of Harry S Truman. A box of Lps in the attic yielded works by Black Sabbath, Queen and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. In one corner was a large map of Canada. At one end of the attic was a day bed with a nautical motif. One the bed was an embroidered Santa head and a pillow with an early American flag. Other stuff found upstairs included baby shoes, old telephones baseball trophies and three ring binders. A few books scattered about included “Applied Infrared Photography”, “The Embezzlers”, “Asian Dilemma”, “The Addict and the Law” and “Siamese Cats”.
Posted by Tom Zarrilli/Cindy Zarrilli at 7:08 PM