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jankyle 21-Nov-2007 01:18
hi richard!u have an amazing collection of your photo trips.wish i could be as lucky(and rich)as you the way i'm looking for a place that has a steel(metal) crucifix on a mountaintop.the crucifix has holes on it's body.i just saw it once in a picture and i really wanted to know where that is.hope u could help me with this.if u need the phot,i can email it to u.pls email me cos i'm looking forward for your help.thanx!!
Guest 21-Nov-2007 01:17
hi richard!u have an amazing collection of your photo trips.wish i could be as lucky(and rich)as you the way i'm looking for a place that has a steel(metal) crucifix on a mountaintop.the crucifix has holes on it's body.i just saw it once in a picture and i really wanted to know where that is.hope u could help me with this.if u need the phot,i can email it to u.pls email me cos i'm looking forward for your help.thanx!!
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:59
Your work is amazing!
Marty Smith 16-Oct-2006 01:44
P.S. 139, 1951; J.H.S. 246, 1953; Erasmus Hall, 1956; Brooklyn College, 1960. Raised on the corner of Cortelyou and E. 19th Street. I had plenty to enjoy in your pictures of the old neighborhood. Oddly, I just saw a production of "The Pajama Game," so, as Ronny Milsap sang, I was already lost in the fifties and I Googled "Cortelyou Road." Then you stirred the pot for me. I saw my first movies in The Rialto with my dad in 1945. You made me remember Hunt's Fish Market, Trepels Forest, Arnold de Gennaro's barber shop (Jerry's), Reid and Yoeman Drugstore, and the Chinese restaurant across from the Rialto where I had my first chow mein. Three blocks away was Congregation Kesser Torah where I was bar mitzvahed. I live in Ann Arbor Michigan now and get into New York from time to time but the last time I was in the neighborhood was in 1992. By the way, your family looks a lot like mine.

I'm going to look at your other photos at leisure. Thanks very much. 06-Sep-2006 06:24
funny ringtones
Raymond 19-Jul-2006 01:56
Keep up the good work
Harold 05-Jul-2006 10:36
What a great site
Libby Goldberg 10-Jan-2006 20:54
Richard, I was so happy to find your galleries of Jewish Barcelona images online. I'm looking to license photos of El Call and Sinagoga Mayor. My telephone number is 212-451-6285, would love to talk to you about your gallery ASAP.
Richard Haas 25-Nov-2005 22:08
Could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Richard Haas 25-Nov-2005 22:07
Couold you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Beaude 20-Nov-2005 18:46
Hi Richard,
I come back from Mariposa on the HWY 140 near the Yosemite Park where I had a provisory location in October What a marvelous country, but I'm so excited when I saw your wonderful pictures from Perugia, love, Pierre Beaude
roberta 27-Sep-2005 17:35
Dear Richard, I just saw your wonderful pictures. Your aunt Rose (mothers side) was married to my uncle Ben, his brother Leo was my father. Aunt Rose was a wonderful person , and it was great to see her again in your pictures.Thanks again for the memories.
Roberta Potraker Friedland
Alan Herschman 01-Apr-2005 19:22
Dear Richard,
Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos with Ruth and I. We have enjoyed them very much. I know that this took a lot of work on your part to compile. I especially loved the photos that took us back to Brooklyn in the good old days. Love and Best Regards, Alan
Harriet Rothman 26-Mar-2005 16:16
Hi Richard:
I was so excited to get mail from you - and then a walk down memory lane. How wonderful the pictures are! As I sat here and looked at your picture of some of us infront of Grandma and Granpa's house - I looked aheat at my bulletin board and the same picture is hanging in front of me...I love it, too.

Love to Judy - Your travels looked wonderful...I love hearing from you.....Can't wait to share this with Alyse and the way...Alyse lives off Vanderbuilt Avenue in Brooklyn right near the Museum and Grand Army Plaza. We love going there! Also, Stu has two fervent interests aside from Architecture and computers - they are baseball and doo wop music. My guess is you love doo wop, too. Again, thanks for sharing with us, Love, Harriet
Aunt Thelma 26-Mar-2005 15:39
Hi Richard,
Phyllis and I were looking at the wonderful pictures on your website. Thanks for putting these together so that we can enjoy them, many times over. We forwarded this site to Carole and Kenny and I know they will enjoy them as much as we did.

I hope your family is well and that you are planning a trip to NY/NJ in the near future. We'd all love to see you and Judy.

Love from the whole gang.

Aunt Thelma
Hoch 13-Feb-2005 20:27
Very lovely. Looking forward to the Amalfi coast. How come there are no pictures of your oldest friend in the assorted images gallery?
Guest 09-Nov-2004 23:54
Hi there!

Just wanted to let you know that I somehow stumbled across your albums.
Very nice photos - sincerest greetings to everyone and thanks for sharing a piece of your life.

If you decide to visit my albums - there's not much inside yet for I just decided to publicize my photos.

Even though - an invitation for you to take a look.

Warm greetings from Germany,
yours truely,
Guido "Selinaar" Meyer
simone 13-Sep-2004 00:27
Hi Richard, I love your picture of todi street 4. I am using it for a watercolor I have been working on for a few months. Could you email me some info about this street. What is the name? Where exactly is it? I want to find it when my husband and I visit there for our 20th anniversary. Any info will be appreciated. Thanks...Simone
Jennifer 13-Mar-2004 01:48
How can I get permission to use one of your photos?
Celeste Berke 25-Feb-2004 18:24
Hi! I just wanted to tell you how wonderful your picture galleries are. I am a college friend of Gretchens and every once and a while I'll be looking through my old mail, and will come accross the site she sent me to look at pictures of Hallie. Even though we may not keep in touch as much as we should, I am albe to see how much Hallie has grown since she was born, and also keep tabs on Gretchen!
J V Jason 01-Dec-2003 20:34
You seem to like to travel around in Europe. My family has been going around the continent almost every year from 1990 on. We live in Finland and we go by car and stay at Eurocamp sites. If your goal is travel long and inexpensively check them out at, and order their free catalogue. Decide on where you want to go count up the cost THEN go to,write them your itinerary,in English (they speak better than the Brits) and ask for their quote. My brother has come from the US twice and rented a car and our families toured together.

If you are careful you can do three weeks for much, much cheaper than you could imagine.

NB, northern European off peak season (May, early June when you get free extra days) can be chilly. But you have experience of that. If the tent, which is how we have gone all but once, isn't your cup of tea, then rent a caravan. If you have any questions, just ask.

Two years ago my daughter, then 16, spontaneously said at the dinner table, "Thanks, Dad for taking us Eurocamping." It seems that in art history classes when they were viewing the sites of Europe, Ginger kept yelling out "I've been there!" so many times that her classmates and teacher didn't believe her. But she had been there.

The wife and I have also done splendid two charter tours without the kids. Those are very special, too. But for the family is sightseeing on a budget is the order of the day, you simply cannot beat renting a car and going Eurocamping.

Sounds like a commercial, it's not. Just an endorsement.

J V Jason
John MacDuffie 16-Jul-2002 20:05
Richard, I have not had a chance to view all your photos, but those I have seen are fantastic! I am duly impressed by how you have organized all of them. Also the quality of the exposures is super[I'm jealous]. Will look at more at a later date. It's great to relive our wonderful trip over time! All the best to you & Judy from John & Karen
Hoch 21-Jun-2002 21:27
How come you didnt invite me?
Judie Gardner 16-Jun-2002 15:26
Hi Richard! It's amazing! I actually got to see Judy buying jewelry at a shop on the Ponte Vecchio! And you both look terrific! Your compositions are lovely! I could not access thumbnails and some of the other topics - they didn't have a "hand - pointing", but I'll go back again. I guess I saw just 6-8 photos. This is all new to me and fabulous!! Thanks for sharing! Love, Judie