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Chief Halftown and Sally Starr for Yoo-Hoo chocolate drink

Chief Halftown and Sally Starr for Yoo-Hoo chocolate drink

Fireman's bicycle 1905

Fireman's bicycle 1905

Gene London is a Philly ICON!! He hosted kids' shows for many years!!  Happy Birthday Gene!!

Gene London is a Philly ICON!! He hosted kids' shows for many years!! Happy Birthday Gene!!

Sally Starr was another favorite tv show out of Philadelphia. She'd introduce cartoons and even make public appearances.  I saw her in Atlantic City!

Sally Starr was another favorite tv show out of Philadelphia. She'd introduce cartoons and even make public appearances. I saw her in Atlantic City!

Gene London hosted the kids' show Cartoon Corners in the 1960s on the CBS affiliate in Philadelphia

Gene London hosted the kids' show Cartoon Corners in the 1960s on the CBS affiliate in Philadelphia

From the amazing page, Old Images of Philadelphia, for Philly kids of a certain age

From the amazing page, Old Images of Philadelphia, for Philly kids of a certain age

Picture of Famous Cartoon Dog Huckleberry Hound

Picture of Famous Cartoon Dog Huckleberry Hound

Belfield, also known as the Charles Willson Peale House, was the home of Charles Willson Peale from 1810 to 1826, and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965. The Belfield Estate was a 104-acre (42 ha) area of land in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, much of which is now a part of La Salle University’s campus.

Belfield, also known as the Charles Willson Peale House, was the home of Charles Willson Peale from 1810 to 1826, and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965. The Belfield Estate was a 104-acre (42 ha) area of land in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, much of which is now a part of La Salle University’s campus.

Chief Halftown, a full Seneca native. Those of us growing up in Philly watched him on television. He taught us how to behave like good tribal members. "ees da sa sussaway! (Seneca for "Let's get started!")

Chief Halftown, a full Seneca native. Those of us growing up in Philly watched him on television. He taught us how to behave like good tribal members. "ees da sa sussaway! (Seneca for "Let's get started!")

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