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Once Upon A Park Bench by Phil Bracco Wall Art

Once upon a time, a park bench could be seen every block or so. Not only was the park bench a welcome sight because they were able to stop and rest. In The 1940s the park bench also became a popular place to socialize and meet with friends. Information about politics, baseball, and other sports in the city was one of the main subjects with men. Of course, the women would talk about shopping, cooking and sewing as well as plenty of gossip about what's going on in the neighborhood. That was entertainment in the good old days in Red Hook Brooklyn and around the world.

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A Decent Woman Never Gets A Shoe Shine In Public. Print by Philip and Robbie Bracco

A Decent Woman Never Gets A Shoe Shine In Public.

Philip and Robbie Bracco

$17

When Park Benches Were Filled With People Print by Philip and Robbie Bracco

When Park Benches Were Filled With People

Philip and Robbie Bracco

$22

Oh My Aching Feet Print by Philip and Robbie Bracco

Oh My Aching Feet

Philip and Robbie Bracco

$22

 

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