One more that I found. My mom and I at 2045 NW 59th, in Ballard. Now just apartm…

One more that I found. My mom and I at 2045 NW 59th, in Ballard. Now just apartment buildings….and that’s my dad’s `53 Ford convertible!




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  1. Dang you where Hot from the beginning!!!

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  2. What a wonderful picture. Miss old Ballard. It was such a great place.

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  3. My grandparents house is on that Street there’s a really weird looking apartment on the corner and there used to be a little tavern across the street

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  4. My grandparents had a 56chevy?

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  5. Those were the days for sure …. great picture …. thanks ?

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  6. My dad has a ’53, now. Not a convertible, but he bought it because it’s the car he brought me home from Harborview in

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  7. A favorite memory of mine is that on Thanksgiving and Christmas the neighbors would take turns getting together to celebrate with each other?

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  8. My grandparents were William and minna Hoffman

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  9. I grew up just a little NE near Greenwood & Holman Road. On Palatine right under the Viewlands Fuel neon sign. My dad also had a ’53 Ford but it wasn’t a convertible.

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  10. I grew up on 95th and Palatine. I went to Viewlands Elementary school.

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  11. We moved from BALLARD to 103rd NW,right next to Holman Rd in 1968.

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  12. I actually grew up on 8th and 100th by Art’s. I went to Viewlands

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  13. I had a house 1422 nw 59th across street from the convent

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  14. Are you related to Carol Webb who went to St. Alphonsus ?

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  15. Grew up on 14th & 50th down the street from the OK Tire store ?
    Actually lived all over Ballard, that was just the last place ?

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  16. R those Rainier bottles on the ground???

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  17. Did your mom just pound those beers.?

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