Memories conjure up nostalgic images of the amusements at Revere Beach and The Enchanted Village at Jordan Marsh. But other memories include eating government surplus food, battling head lice and witnessing a summer tragedy that would be forever etched in her mind.
In the predominantly Catholic neighborhood many of the Italian immigrant families sent their kids to parochial school where they were at the mercy of the cruel Sisters of Notre Dame nuns.
Boomers, recovering Catholics, projects kids, and single moms will love looking back on all the games and traditions that went with city life. So grab yourself a nice spucky and a can of tonic and enjoy the read.
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