|December 1998 Museum Guests
Compliments of the Season Everyone!!
Really appreciate your efforts to "keep us together"......both "on line" as well as "In Spirit"...this and the other websites certainly make this North Country at least tolerable....especially when the water starts frreezing in the lakes to 3 ft. thick! Oh how I have missed the Canal Zone, and the other Gringos simply 'jess don' get how it can be painin' me'.....Thanks for the memories!!!
Some seriously great stuff; keep up the good work, & let me know how I can help/contribute.
Man I'm in the class of 52-53! If you have any info. Left in late 53, married a Longview girl in 1954. Retired from AT&T in 1990. You are doing a great job with the articles and pictures Contact me if you choose. Stanley
T-bird must put the band together quickly...yyes
Great work Bill, thanks for sharing. I enjoyed all the pictures especially of LaBoca and the Thatcher Bridge, the trees have really grown,the houses can't be seen. I will be checking out your page often.
Just finished going through your "photo of the week" collection. What a pleasure. Number 7, showing Balboa Union Church, had a picture a the house we lived in on Carr St. What wonderful memories. Thanks!
It is done, just like Jesus Christ's crucifiction the Canal Zone is no more, and the worst problem is that no one benefited from the Canal Zone being turned over to Panama. The working class of Panamanian Grass cutters, on up to those that went thru the apprentiship program and later became tradespeople
Thank you, Bill, for all of your efforts to create such a beautiful web
site for us to share.