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Sandy Adams in 2007 with her grandsons Liam and Tristan
By SANDY ADAMS
Class of 1960
My lunch for my first several weeks in
The top photo is of me coming down to street level from a friend’s home. This area of
The second photo was taken in our apartment. The ‘heating system’ was a coal-burning firebox. The fire was first started with kindling and newspapers, What fun (not)! My stove was two burners with a propane tank underneath. The sink was made of cement and ground stone and only had cold running water. Note the glass of wine on the table.
The photos are from May 1963, three years after my high school graduation. This stay in
I was pregnant with my twins and am so thankful that General Charles de Gaulle kicked us (NATO and American Forces) out of France a month later and we were evacuated back to the States (Holloman AFB, New Mexico) before the twins were born.