Days of Yore
Tillie Clement & Bill
                    Day (51K)

Tillie Clement & Bill Day

Courier Post Article 4/24/01

Lantern Lane Memorial  Bricks

Bill Day (14K)
as recounted by

Bill Day

mp3 clip

RealAudio clip

Jean Day Volunteer of Year 2005

Jean Day
Volunteer Certificate

Presentation Photo


This morning, March 17, 1976 we are recording Bill Day, popular writer of a column in the [Haddon] Gazette called "Days of Yore", and a native of Haddonfield. [Tillie Clement]
 
 
Haddonfield Vignettes
Evans Lake
Simpler Days
Ellisburg/Ellis Meat Market
Streets
Summer Resort
Murder
Hicksite Friends
Stretch Funeral Home
Young Love
Scandal
 Warwick Road Ladies
Days - Four Generations
Shoemaker Shop Liberty Bell Bill Day Bio Day Family History
Days of Yore Background
Around the Library
Thousand Islands
Old Herb Lady
Mr. Childrey
Walt Whitman
Elizabeth Day
Bits & Pieces
Skinny Dipping
Pop Willits
Diary
200th Anniversary
Borough
 Judge Wescott
 The Bell Ringer
St. Nick
Show Business
B.F.Fowler General Store
Santa goes to School
Wood Tract
Trolley Cars
The Bright Spot
Underground Railroad
Miss Fowler's
Just-a-Rocking
Buttonwoods
A Surprise Party
Remembering the Parade
American Legion Post #38
Joe's 'Model A'
Reminiscing - water fountain
Remember? - livery stable
Remember? - Victorian
Reminiscing - ferry boat
 Fourth of July
Restoration means change
The Mayor
Revolutionary War
'New Jersey Building'
Taverns
Mountwell Pool
Recall - railroad
Items - fire truck
Where were the fields?
 A fighting football team
 Interesting Items - wool
 Automobile - New Mode
 A Stanley Steamer
 First Settlers
 How the schools grew
 Take a quiz - ice cream cone
 The dinosaur
Remember - school bell?
'Ghost' Story
 A town character
Christmas Customs
Christmas Tree
Electric Company
Railroad Scene
Mock battle
Chevaux-De-Frise
201 Wood Lane
Haddon A.C. (ice hockey)
Days of Yore 2

This website is based on the transcript and audio tape of a recording session by Tillie Clement of Bill Day for the Haddonfield Public Library.   In October 2000, my Mom, Jean Day, furnished three binders with additional material and a newer copy of the taped interview made by Doug Rauschenberger, Haddonfield Public Library.  The italicized links have mp3 clips attached to the story.  The first fourteen clips have good audio, the next have fair audio (the conversion service did manage to back out the worst problems -- audio tape is not an archival medium!)

If a reader has material to be shared pls contact Alan Day at w.alanday@gmail.com or Rob Day at rday578@comcast.net to work out the details.  We can scan photos or drawings so that we do not have to retain original materials.  If you have the material in electronic form, we can work out the most efficient method for uploading.


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