Transcript for Man Covers Childhood Home in Family Photos as Final Good-Bye
If these walls could talk these are the memories that would linger this was assignment at hitter for my father. So you get reelected to the City Council Geary Sweeney covered his childhood home in Manhattan Beach with pictures his father talk of his family. A massive art installation. And his way of saying goodbye to a house that has been in his family for more than seventy years Ahmedabad in 1945. While my father was on Guam during World War II yes it was. 5400 dollars and it had dishes and furniture in it if Sweeney sold a home to a developer who plans to demolish the modest structure originally built in 1922. The new owner agreed to let Sweeney paint this last homage to his family and to Manhattan Beach this is a final tribute to my father's photography. Way things used to be in Manhattan Beach. Several people have stopped buying or the home and look at the pictures are reminders Sweeney's says. Other simpler time it could be. Which it does show a side of men had to be sent used to be and that is chain.
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