"In pre-WW2 days, Isaly’s was the place to go for chipped pressed ham and for their large ice cream cones, after movies and shopping in East Liberty. But above all, I remember the Squirrel Hill store at Forbes and Murray, immediately above which was one of the locations in the Thirties of The Gene Kelly Dance Studio. My sister and I had weekly lessons there and before taking the #60 street car back to East Liberty, we always bought a Klondike and immediately looked to see if ours had a strawberry center which would get us a coupon for a free Klondkie on our next visit. For a while, Gene had us perform at local theaters on Saturday mornings and we were called Gene Kelly’s Brother and Sister Team." -Fred G. Baur
Don't know if I ever told you this, if not I'm super mad at myself for it; I LOVE YOUR BLOG. Also, I drew a picture of Gene, would you mind going to my page and looking at it? I don't think it's good and i'm considering scrapping it.
Thank you very much! That’s nice to hear :) And I just looked your drawing up, it’s very nice! You did quite well! Better than I could ever do :P Therefore, I disagree with you! I think it’s quite good :)