Many, many years ago-when I was a little girl-I would travel with my parents to the towns where they grew up. They would point out various houses and recall places and people they had known and things they had done. My reaction ranged from complete disinterest to not even listening. After all, I'd heard it all so many times. I seldom asked questions. Now everyone of that generation is gone. There's no one to whom I can address my questions. There is so much more I wish I had asked them about the way they lived-the way things were. So that's what I'm doing here. Remembering the fact that my parents' history is-sadly-beyond recall, I will try to tell you the answers before you even ask the questions- about the past that I can recall and what it was like growing up during The Depression and The War Years. This is not a 'memoir'. It is a history. It's my story and the story of an era, as well. Perhaps, after reading it, you'll feel as though you've visited a different time and place.
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Sallie Naatz Bailey is a free lance artist and writer who was born in Syracuse, NY in 1931. She graduated from Nottingham High School and studied art at Syracuse University. Bailey has worked in many media including serigraphs, acrylics, watercolor & computer graphics. Her work has been widely exhibited and won many awards. She authored numerous guest columns on the Art Page of the Syracuse Newspapers Sunday Stars section during the 70's, was art reviewer for several years for the Eagle Bulletin, a prize winning weekly newspaper, serving the eastern suburbs of Syracuse and has had articles in the Adirondack Echo; the magazine New York Alive; Lake Effect, a literary journal published in Oswego, NY and The Healing Muse, published by Upstate Medical University. She also authored the segment on the art history of the Central New York region in the Encyclopedia of New York State and did the jacket design for the novel, Swimming Toward The Light, published in 2007 by Syracuse University Press. She is a member of the National League of American Pen Women and Associated Artists of Syracuse.
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