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1940 - Submitted by Suzanne Rodda.
Jack O'brien was a famous photographer for the Journal American in NYC and my mom, Lois Ann Rodda, was a model who he followed all over New York City. Every time she saw him she thought he was trying to harm her so she took taxis to get away from him. This time she had her kerry (Penny) and couldn't get away. He finally caught up with her gave her his card and asked if he could take a picture of her. She allowed him to do so with her kerry.
The picture shows Rodda with her kerry, Penny, walking by a construction site. The contractor made some peek holes, including one for the dogs.
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