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September 13, 2009



In your account of your teachers at P.S. 217 in another post, I wonder if bald Mr. Harry Shapiro could have been the same man who was a substitute teacher at P.S. 269 in Brooklyn, the elementary school I attended in the mid-1950s.
The Mr. Harry Shapiro I remember was bald too and was the brother of P.S. 269's principal, Selig Shapiro.

Karen Molinari Occhiogrosso

Just wondering if the George Molinari in the picture is my dad - he lived on Cortelyou Road.

stu stillman

This picture is only one of the classes. There were 5. This picture is of 8-5. I think I was in 8-1. I am Stuart B. Stillman, known as Sandy in those days. I am an attorney living in Southampton NY and Scottsdale, Az.My name is not in the write up.I wne on to Midwood ,then to Syracuse then to NYU Law.

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