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S: Nick Fondaaro

BC: May The Smith Fanily Rest In Peace | And Live On America

FC: The Roaring Twenties, On Fire | Comes To An End

1: In Dedication to the amazing an Tough Times Our Family Went Through | The Smith Family

2: The Smiths New House | The Family Car

3: Our Summer Lake | White Water Rafting

4: Jazz Night At The JAzz Club | Jazz is the most listened to music of the 1920's | Wow look at Dad

5: The Fun Family Times | Those Big partys were the best

6: The Family Car Was Far From Small | The first car my parents owned | The Beach Car

7: There he is, the best of the best, my brother, Babe Ruth | Babe's Home

8: "Lucky Lindy" | Lindergh was the first person in the world to make it across the Atlantic Ocean by himself

9: The Stock | The stock market in the 1920's was amazing. People were making money left and right, but we never really got involved in that

10: 1920's | The 1920's were a time to live big, and live rich

11: Thats when things started to go bad

12: People were losing there jobs | It was not a good time to be buying expensive items

13: The stock market crashed in 1929

14: The Effects traveled throughout the entire United States | Many were left with no homes, or family

15: We werent doing that well either, dad found another job and he was barely ever home | Us kids were working a lot around the house

16: Usualy my mom brought home groceries every weekend | But she cut it down to like twice a month

17: I stopped recieving toys and junk food even though I was still taking out the trash | Sometimes I was allowed to walk up to the park and play with my friends, but barely ever

18: Eventually | My Dad got his job back and we were a happy family again

19: We bought a new car with better features | And The sun shined on

20: The Smiths still live on to remember this wonderful era in time

21: The good times are like trees | They keep on growing on

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  • By: Nick F.
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  • Title: My First Mixbook
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  • Published: over 7 years ago

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