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The Atlantic City Good Old Days 2008 Calendar

Every one loves old photographs of Atlantic City.  You would be amazed to see people walking on the famous Boardwalk in evening dresses and three-piece suits.  People did.

That was in a time when AC politicians were corrupt, but at least they then spoke clear and articulate English.  Today we are blessed if the recording secretary at Council Meetings can translate a Councilman’s grunt in to a “yes” or “no” (thank you Mr. Small).

You can get your Good Old Days Calendars at the following locations:

Princeton Antiques (www.princetonantiques.com); Patsy’s Margate Card Studio; Borders in Mays Landing; The Noyes Museum; Wrap It Up; Reese’s Pharmacy in Pomona; Atlantic Books in Somers Point; and the Atlantic City Historical Museum.

Thank you Herb, for updating my records of Calendar sellers.


About Jesse O. Kurtz

I am committed to fulfilling the promise of Atlantic City. The town would benefit from greater political participation by average citizens. Hopefully, some of the posts herein will encourage you to get more involved in your community. This blog will also feature other topics and subjects beyond Atlantic City. I hope that you will come to love Atlantic City as much, or more than I do.


One thought on “The Atlantic City Good Old Days 2008 Calendar

  1. Hello. I just visited and bought 2008 calendar . It was Miss Americas. I was hoping it was old tyme pics of boards and people. Is good old days calendar of people instead of Miss Americas? Thanks for info. I’d like one.

    Posted by Sharon | October 3, 2008, 11:36 pm

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