4 thoughts on “PDF download of IWCT book

  • August 12, 2014 at 8:53 pm
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    have just had a look at the book and its great thanks for giving me the chance to save a copy ,there is so much more to come
    thanks so much to one and all
    only wish i could have made the meetings and added some of my memories
    Alan Slade

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  • August 13, 2014 at 8:11 pm
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    I have been privileged to have read your, ‘If Walls Could Talk’ book and I remember so many faces and things that happened to me growing up in the Park District. Things and people came flooding back—–magical. Thank you one and all.

    Fred Slade ( brother of Alan Slade)

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  • September 10, 2014 at 10:37 pm
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    My sister Margaret Foote (nee Toop) brought me the IWCT booklet yesterday, I have been absolutely enthralled. The Toops have lived in Brownlow Street for well over 100 years, either number 4 where I was born or number 5 where my dad was born. My sister still lives there at number 32. I went to Saint Augustine’s school although I was not a catholic. Only Vicky Allsop and myself were protestants. Everybody on my side of the street worked for the railway so we were always told to be quiet when out playing as there was always someone sleeping who had been on night duty. I was also a regular visitor to the Mission House both as a Juno and an Inter and the youth club. I have some pictures of the flood in 1902 , I will find them and try and post them on this site.

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