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March 17, 2009

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Jerry Puma

Chris,

Another well-written bit of Larkin trivia! I was unaware of those plans. Don't forget to stop by the Buffalo History Show, Sale and Swap Meet on April 18th from 9-3, sponsored by the Pan-Am Expo Collector's Society at the Burchfield Nature and Art Center at 2100 Union Rd. in West Seneca. I'll have a table of Larkin items along with Buffalo Pottery/China, Roycroft, Pan-Am and other neat things. There will be quite a few displays/vendors.

Chris Hawley

Thanks, Jerry! I will try to be there!

Joshua

I'm assuming that this is the same Perkins, whom the street is named after next to City Hall?

Chris Hawley

It is! Perkins Drive is named after Buffalo's best-known Socialist!

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