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Leo Edward Treacy near the Cliffs of Moher (ca. 1970).
James P. Treacy and Estelle M. Rasche were married in 1914, and they traveled by rail on their honeymoon to New Orleans where they boarded the steamer Metapan, bound for the newly opened Panama Canal. Continue reading “Sinking Of The Metapan”
In the 1920s and until brother Jim went off to Notre Dame in the fall of 1932, our house was occupied by my mom and dad, we seven siblings and my maternal grandmother and at times a live-in female high school student who helped out with household chores in exchange for her room and board. Continue reading “Growing up on Second Street”