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"City" Goes To A Party
Do you remember your sixteenth birthday?
Well I will never forget mine. The hostess was that super party giver, my friend Gini Laurie, ably assisted, as they say, by her husband Joe. Who but Gini, would have a Chinese motif, invite over fifty people and make arrangements for perfect (not too hot) weather?...
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Title: "City" Goes To A Party
From: Toomeyville Gazette, September 1955
Creator: Susan Armbrecht (author)
Date: September 1955
Format: Article
Publication: Toomeyville Gazette
Source: Gazette International Networking Institute
Keywords: Advocacy; Care Givers; Ceremonies; Children; Cleveland, OH; Diagnoses & Diseases; Disability Culture; Disease; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; Food; Gini Laurie; Health & Medicine; Hospitals; Identity; Institutions; Joe Laurie; Ohio; Physical Disability; Physical Therapy; Polio; Rehabilitation; Social Welfare & Communities; Toomey Pavilion Respiratory Center
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy

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- "City" Goes To A Party (doc)
- "Why Me" (doc)
- Toomeyville Gazette, September 1955 (still)