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I grew up in an area known as Kent Park, which is off South River Street. Upon my return home from the service I worked for the town of Marshfield for eleven years on the Tree Department, Fire Department, School Department as Head Custodian of the High School and have been employed with the Marshfield Post Office now for twenty five years.It is regrettable that there is the undercurrent of the people’s attitudes has become more pronounced in recent times.

Lumber Yards: Taylor’s, Deman Baker’s, Foster’s, Copeland’s, Grossman’s Televisions: We had none.We listened to a radio and in latter years we finally got a television and I remember watching the Friday night fights with my Father.Refrigerators: We dug a hole in the ground and had a metal box were we would keep the food, the ground was damp and cool and we use to put something heavy on top of it to keep the animals out. Water: We had our own wells up to 1960 when we got town water I remember having to prime the pump to get the water started, we also had rain barrels to catch the rain water for watering the garden and etc.Plain Street by the Memorial Park, Pine Street, Brant Rock, and Clay Pit Road.Beaches: Burkes, Humarock, Rexham, and the South River swimming place.

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