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Growing Up In Simpler Times...Memories of Lincoln Park : Boyhood Memories Brought to Life
by Bruce M. Wallace and Donald W. Wallace




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Donald Walter Wallace has spent the majority of his life in Lincoln Park, Michigan. From his childhood days, which are vividly described in this short story book, to his teenage years where he was thrust into adulthood at the age of 17, having entered the Army in 1949 and a few short months later being wounded in combat in the Korean Conflict at the age of 18 years, to his adult years where he worked many different jobs locally including 20 years of service to the Lincoln Park Police Department. He married his wife Jean, also from Lincoln Park, in 1955 and raised three children, Patti, Donald and Bruce. Two years ago, his son Don gave him a laptop to explore the internet. Don quickly began writing and publishing stories of his childhood to everyone's astonishment. He quickly gained a following of current and ex Lincoln Parker's who read his stories and always wanted more. Due to this popularity and his unique gift of making you feel like you are there with him in the story, he was encouraged to compile his stories into this book. We hope you enjoy the stories and that they take you back to a simpler time and place.

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Overview

Donald Walter Wallace has spent the majority of his life in Lincoln Park, Michigan. From his childhood days, which are vividly described in this short story book, to his teenage years where he was thrust into adulthood at the age of 17, having entered the Army in 1949 and a few short months later being wounded in combat in the Korean Conflict at the age of 18 years, to his adult years where he worked many different jobs locally including 20 years of service to the Lincoln Park Police Department. He married his wife Jean, also from Lincoln Park, in 1955 and raised three children, Patti, Donald and Bruce. Two years ago, his son Don gave him a laptop to explore the internet. Don quickly began writing and publishing stories of his childhood to everyone's astonishment. He quickly gained a following of current and ex Lincoln Parker's who read his stories and always wanted more. Due to this popularity and his unique gift of making you feel like you are there with him in the story, he was encouraged to compile his stories into this book. We hope you enjoy the stories and that they take you back to a simpler time and place.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781484053706
  • ISBN-10: 1484053702
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: June 2013
  • Page Count: 140
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.43 pounds


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