Victor Wayne and Shirley Siegal are 14 year old Von Steuben high school freshmen, living in the predominately Jewish neighborhood of Chicago’s Albany Park, in 1945. Follow the twists and turns of their lives in the 1940’s, 50’s and into the 90’s as they take you through the familiar Chicago and Florida locations. Though “Albany Park” is a work of fiction, it is based on many actual events as it describes lifestyles of the characters and the era.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Albany Park answered asked baby blonde Bobby Frankel boys C’mon called can’t chair close coffee couch couldn’t dark Darlene David desk don’t want don’t worry door Eugene Field eyes face floor Fort Lauderdale Frank friends front girls glass gonna gotta grinned guys hair hand he’s heard Howie Howie’s I’ve Jack Jack Brown kids kissed kitchen knew later laughed leaned let’s lips looked married minutes Mitzi Molly moved night nodded okay Park Paschey pulled quickly quietly Rabin Sally Ray shaking she’s Shirley Shirley’s shirt shoulder shrugged Siegal sighed sitting slowly smiled softly sorry started stood stopped street sure talk tell there’s things told took trying turned Vic’s Victor Wayne waited walked wasn’t watched waved we’re week what’s going whispered won’t worry Yeah you’ll