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Posted Friday morning, March 10, 2011.
No such thing as the past: Ghost sign in the village for real estate agent Emil Talamini, who died in 1970. https://t.co/0l3I4XECLD #nyclife pic.twitter.com/6x9PEyKGWP — Joseph Dolman (@CityEdition) March 2, 2017
No such thing as the past: Ghost sign in the village for real estate agent Emil Talamini, who died in 1970. https://t.co/0l3I4XECLD #nyclife pic.twitter.com/6x9PEyKGWP
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A couple of these are still extant on older buildings here in Oneonta.I think of these as historical reminders with a certain charm.
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Friday, March 10, 2017 at 12:29 PM
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