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November 20, 2012

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Amanda Socci

Yo! Please don't say you'll never visit Philadelphia. You have easy access to every city in the land of your dreams. If you want it, you'll get it!

I totally loved this blog post. It was rich and descriptive.

The best thing you did was ask about the history of the building. From there, I assure you, fingers crossed, that you have the makings of a print article!!!!! Please, please, please believe you can do it!

kiril kundurazieff

Glad you liked the piece, though I'm not sure what you mean my the "Makings of a Print Article".

I believe I have many articles, and series of articles, over 10 years, that are, with editing, and maybe more work, and research, worthy of publication somewhere, somehow, it's just back when I first did them that was farthest from my mind, and I had no clue how to go about it, or where to submit, anyway. :-D

As for Philly, you are right and, technically, I HAVE visited Philly, though it was only long enough to switch airplanes on my way to visit my Uncle in VA, in 2008.

I didn't get out of the airport, but DID manage to have a decent Philly Cheesesteak sandwich. :-D

Amanda Socci

Well, if you're willing to put in the work, perhaps you can dust off this piece and give the owners a call, ask some new questions?

I'm not worried that you don't know how to proceed with markets. If you are willing to learn, let's go for it together!

kiril kundurazieff

Not sure what more I could ask either as I would think the landlord would have told me more if he himself had known it.

Though it might be worth it to track down the contact info and write them a letter or e-mail.

The Pomona and Ontario Public Libraries,History Rooms, and local Genealogical Societies might prove useful as well. Even The Daily Bulletin newspaper archives.

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