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house and they took a beautiful three room apartment on the Grand Concourse and I never saw such an apartment in my life. It was a hundred dollars a month and the bathroom was wonderful a built in tub and a shower bath in a separate alcove and everything was built in the tile walls the place where you put the soap and a place for tooth brushes and even the roller for the toilet paper was built in. The kitchen was all white too the walls were all tiled half the way up and there was a beautiful big white ice box and a white gas range and the gas range had an automatic lighter so you didn't need matches. The tubs and the sink were all white porcelain and in the sink the hot and cold water faucets had a pipe between so you could get the water just right. The tubs had shiny white metal tops and Jenny bought a white kitchen table with the same kind of a shiny white top and two white kitchen chairs and she put up blue checked curtains in the windows and blue checked curtains in the kitchen closets and she embroidered shelving with pitchers and knives and forks and she put blue linoleum on the floor. Even her cereal sets and jars were white with blue checks and her pots and pans were all shiny aluminum. Her kitchen was a dream.
Then she had a beautiful plush parlor set three big pieces and a library table and lovely lamps and pictures and a big thick rug and end tables and a Victrola-Radio that looked like a wonderful old piece of furniture.
Jenny and Eddie nearly always ate in the kitchen together but when they had company they had a gate leg table and four windsor chairs that they could put up. They kept them in the entry way the place they called the foyer. Jenny said it saved having an extra room for a dining room.
The bedroom was all in walnut and Jenny made all old rose velvet trimming and beautiful lamp shades out of old

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