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“An Honest-To-Goodness Bicycle”

Christmas, 1943. There‚Äôs a war going on. Steel and rubber are rationed; manufacturing plants are working twenty-four-hour days pumping out war materials, and Santa has brought me, a fourteen-year-old Iowa farm boy, an honest-to-goodness bicycle. Upon close inspection, I realize … Continue reading

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