Story of Joseph Kurz and Annie Mendro

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be ' 01 g Stagecoach antin& well match wlthlgiderable s-my of as foundin A Less. One hj well est Citv as a ho I in Dad Drove Lewis y,i,inr Old T ''s, e i the distant past of our years recreates itself, not only of our own life, hut that of our fore How well I can visualize my Had driving a stagecoach tliMMgh the Lewis Ave., Wit louichhy Ave. section in Ihf night superintendent of tin cur barn situated those day: at Broadway and Myrtle Ave, had been instrumental ii I placing him in this position. 1 ne .uennros were a large ngeiiial family, and one of ame e of .Joseph Kurz. who hed his butcher shop a Ave. and Whipple St still being operated b; (son Bernard A. Throop Ave. Successful Family in, iid A. Kurz at 183 Joseph and Annie were very another, jesepn b., u a Jesuit priest, presently situated at St. Peter's Church, 144 (irand St., Jersey City, X. J., headquarters from which he engages In missionary work. Ofttimes I could hear my Dad singing or humming the songs of those days and one of them "Little Annie Hooney" I be lieve epitomized those two characters in his mind . . . you know . . . where it goes . . . "She's my Annie and I'm her Joe." HENRY W. LIES. 600,1 3d Ave. I all it to or D, C

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 23 May 1954, Sun,
  3. Page 45

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