Our explorations this week at Boom-Pop! took us from a 1930s-era Pittsburgh neighborhood to the Flushing Meadows location of the 1939 New York World's Fair, and our mode of transportation was a 1952 Kaiser Manhattan automobile.
We climbed down from Tony's Attic and walked two blocks to take in a matinee at the nearby Plaza Theatre. Then, the Middleton family came calling and shared with us another one of their adventures at the Westinghouse World's Fair pavilion. Finally, we headed to the auto show to take a look at Henry Kaiser's newest model vehicle with the "world's safest front seat."
As we always say, living in the past can be a whole lot of fun. Visit Boom-Pop! today!