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Photos taken by Joe Santoiemma
Beginning of Fordham Road just passing Southern Boulevard and Bronx Zoo
Beginning of Fordham Road just passing
Southern Boulevard and Bronx Zoo
 Walking up Beaumont towards PS 32
Walking up Beaumont towards PS 32
(large red brick building) Moe's candy store
and Kitty's luncheonette are no longer there
No baseball cards! No egg creams!
Main entrance to PS 32 (183rd Street)
Main entrance to PS 32 (183rd Street)
 Main staircase to 2nd floor offices
PS 32
Main staircase to 2nd floor offices
PS 32 Pledge
PS 32 Pledge

Second floor corridor (1st grade classes)
PS 32
Second floor corridor (1st grade classes)
Lunch room - you could smell the soup around 10:00 am on the 3rd floor
PS 32 Lunch room
you could smell the soup around 10:00 am on the 3rd floor
Main office PS 32 - Mr. Dennis Hayes was principal when I graduated, 1964.  Assistant Principal was Mr. Wilner.
Main office PS 32
Mr. Dennis Hayes was principal when I graduated, 1964
Assistant Principal was Mr. Wilner.
 The auditorium - at assembly we wore white shirt, red tie.  My 6th grade class, Mr. Riley, sat in first few rows (left side of picture), students today are wearing full uniforms everyday.
The auditorium PS 32
at assembly we wore white shirt, red tie.
My 6th grade class, Mr. Riley, sat in first few rows
(left side of picture), students
today are wearing full uniforms everyday.

My old classroom in the New Building, Mr. Riley, class 6-1, 1964 graduates!
My old classroom in the "New Building" PS 32 ,
Mr. Riley, class 6-1, 1964 graduates!

 Swimming pool (sign at end of corridor) was no longer there as of 1999.  Hard to believe but boys swam… without clothes!  Swimming teacher:  Mr. Silverman (PS…girls wore suits, swam different day)
PS 32 Swimming pool (sign at end of corridor)
was no longer there as of 1999.
Hard to believe but boys swam… without clothes!
Swimming teacher: Mr. Silverman
(PS…girls wore suits, swam different day)
 Outside view, Cambreling Avenue exit - up the street is St. Martin of Tours, school and church.  (NYC pigeon patrols the street)
Outside view PS 32 , Cambreling Avenue exit
up the street is St. Martin of Tours,
school and church.
(NYC pigeon patrols the street)


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