Man working to get abandoned photographs to families | WNT

Brian Bononi came across them at a closed photography shop and said he couldn’t just leave them to be trashed.

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26 thoughts on “Man working to get abandoned photographs to families | WNT

  1. Once upon a time in the City of New York, if one was ‘accused’
    of killing a policeman and wanted to give themselves up, they would only present
    their unblemished body in the accompany of a religious leader or a journalist
    or both, to ensure they had not been brutalized by proven comparison while in custody,
    that is just how honorable the profession of journalist once was. That was
    then, this is now, who knows by what code current journalists practice their
    profession by, all hair dyed and wigged, seemingly willing to misrepresent their
    appearance all for a buck, and who knows for what else? I heard it said that a Philadelphia
    lawyer, noted in folklore as being an expert in exploitation, has more demonstrated
    integrity of appearance than any practicing journalist currently appearing on
    television…

  2. I have a similar problem Poticature in Lakewood NY closed . I paid some of what I owed for my daughter April's graduation pictures, when I went to pay balance one day they were closed for the day. I never got back and I've always felt awful about it, any help would be appreciated. It was 1992, I think thanks

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