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  1. I believe the last Nabisco plant was further out Alameda.
  2. My wife and I have a lot of connections to this neighborhood. She went to grade school at the old Montrose School and we both were at the University of St. Thomas, classes of '68 and '69 and finally we lived at 719 W. Main in the early '70's before we moved away from Houston.
  3. There are also a large number of international students at the University of St. Thomas.......
  4. Small world....my wife was at Montrose School at that time in the 5th. grade.
  5. I didn't go to Oaks, but I attended the 6th. grade at St. Mary's in 1958, when they had a school.
  6. "Blood Rich" by Jane Wolfe, it's about the Sakowitz's, Wyatt's, etc.
  7. I wonder if that is the same "Norton" that established the Norton Ditto Men's Store'
  8. There was also a ceramics studio that was called Mo-Lee's. My wife took lessons there in the early 70's. She later became a ceramic artist when we lived in California.
  9. My wife-to-be and I often went to the Al Ray in the 60's while we were in college to see European films.
  10. I remember going there for a physical in 1964 as part of the NROTC application process....don't remember the address.
  11. Very, very nice!
  12. Used to go to the Dallas store for years and their sandwiches tasted exactly the same as the ones in Houston. It was spelled Antone's and also run by a Lebanese family.
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