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Jill Petrey: Would love to see photo of Mike Watson's silver tree

Comments re article 94669 Mike Watson Memories of Christmases Past

Jill Petrey writes:
Would love to see a photo of the silver tree that Mr. Watson has written about. I remember having one as a child, early to mid 70's. --Jill Petrey
Thanks, Jill Petrey: - This is a matter we're taking with utmost urgency! A memory prompt is that the trees were popularized when Russia jumped ahead in the space age, terrifying all of us Cold Warriors when the first satellite crossed our skies. Working with poorly prompted brain, so we may need help until it comes to us. There may be one in our files. If there is we'll post or link. - EW.

(See Your Christmas Wish Fulfilled, Jill Petrey Mike Watson came through just like Sainty. Photo posted 2017:12:24 at 3:52pmCT)



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