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DAY 278 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: M is for Muncie

M is for Muncie
once called “Little Chicago”
ere I was of age

shared with 

our creator and our host this week-Mrs. Nesbitt
maintained by- Roger
thanks to them and the rest of the team!


Hildred said…
You send me off to learn more about Muncie!
Joy said…
Unusual name,I like lettering on doors.
Norma Ruttan said…
Hildred, good for you! Our town was the location in NO MERCY by John Gilstrap. And long ago Muncie was mentioned in "CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND." They 'moved' our town close to the Ohio border, which it isn't. Muncie got its name from the Munsee Indians (I think they were part of the Delaware tribe. (Delaware is our county)

thanks, Joy, I like it and the shape of the doorway.
lovely .... lovely choice

Have a wonderful ABC-day / - week
♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)
I've never been in Indiana! Through it by train, but that's it.


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