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    Image 1 of [Edward o'Neil]
    • Contributor: Bassett, Louise G. - O'neil, Patrick
    • Date: 1938-00-00
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    Image 2 of [Edward o'Neil]
    • Contributor: Bassett, Louise G. - O'neil, Patrick
    • Date: 1938-00-00
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    Image 3 of [Edward o'Neil]
    • Contributor: Bassett, Louise G. - O'neil, Patrick
    • Date: 1938-00-00
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    Image 4 of [Edward o'Neil] Name: Louise G. Bassett Title: Living Lore Assignment: Brookfield Topic: An Old Irishman tells about Christmas Edward o'Neil, who lives on the “old North Brookfield road, is one of Brookfield's oldest but most vigorous inhabitants. I met him the other day just as he was finishing a five mile walk, his hands full of bitter-sweet, lovelier than I have ever seen around here. “Oh, ...
    • Contributor: Bassett, Louise G. - O'neil, Patrick
    • Date: 1938-00-00
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    Image 5 of [Edward o'Neil] 2 Page 2 Name: Louise G. Bassett Title: Living Lore Assignment: Brookfield Topic: An old Irishman tells about Christmas “The only other present my mother had to give that Christmas was a quarter of a dried orange peel and she give it to my sister to put in her bureau drawer to make her clothes smell sweet. My father didn't know much about Christmas. ...
    • Contributor: Bassett, Louise G. - O'neil, Patrick
    • Date: 1938-00-00
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    Image 6 of [Edward o'Neil] 3 Page 3 Name: Louise G. Bassett Title: Living Lore Assignment: Brookfield Topic: An old Irishman tells about Christmas every year. They dipped the little candles themselves, colored 'em red with poke berry ink and fastened 'em on the trees some-how with wild turkey ribs. I never'd seen anything so purty in my life as those Christmas trees. We had to work awful hard ...
    • Contributor: Bassett, Louise G. - O'neil, Patrick
    • Date: 1938-00-00