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My Treasure Box

"My old man, a WW II infantry vet of the Pacific campaign, had a box of box of campaign ribbons, snapshots, shirt studs, all kinds of stuff that we would haul out from time to time and look through.  Hadn't thought about that in years until…"
Jul 2, 2013
Duncan sligh commented on Steven Bain's photo
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My Treasure Box

"When my mother was pregnant with me, my grandpa and dad made this chest for me as well as probably 100 wooden "play blocks." As I grew up, the blocks remained inside the chest, and my teenage need for popularity kept the chest in the…"
Mar 28, 2013
J. Hughes commented on Steven Bain's photo
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My Treasure Box

"I have had mine for over thirty years and the value grows over time and its use. I have placed things in this box that mean something to me for various reasons as long as I can remember. Each piece represents some event or thing of importance to me.…"
Dec 7, 2012
Zach. commented on Steven Bain's photo
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My Treasure Box

"What makes for a good treasure box? Can you buy one? "
Dec 7, 2012
Pat Newbold commented on Steven Bain's photo
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My Treasure Box

"I have been keeping these things for as long as I can remember but never thought of a "treasure chest" per se.  I kept them in vases and cigar boxes and when my lady friend saw them she thought it was the nicest thing she ever…"
Oct 23, 2012
Steven Bain commented on Steven Bain's photo
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"Kyle - good direction! All the stuff in mine was used somewhere along the way ... or was given by someone else - several from Dad. The newest (oldest?) addition - Dad passed in February, and Mom just sent me his Dad's Railroad Pocketwatch.…"
Oct 15, 2012
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Aug 28, 2012
Brian Splash commented on Steven Bain's photo
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My Treasure Box

"My father never had " the treasure box " but my grandfather did and l still remember it . After reading the article by Brett on the main page , l thought l might start a collection for my child , when it arrives that is ."
Aug 24, 2012
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My Treasure Box

My four kids spent many days in their youth combing through my box: days they would set it in the middle of the floor and gather round and examine each memeory...occasionally had to retrieve things they'd take out and put in their rooms!
Aug 21, 2012
Brett McKay commented on Steven Bain's photo
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My Treasure Box

"Fantastic! "
Aug 11, 2012
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My Treasure Box

My four kids spent many days in their youth combing through my box: days they would set it in the middle of the floor and gather round and examine each memeory...occasionally had to retrieve things they'd take out and put in their rooms!
Aug 9, 2012
Steven Bain is now a member of Art of Manliness
Aug 7, 2012

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