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Homer the Mask

Author: Mom_of_Four

My parents bought this mask when we lived in Monrovia, and named it Homer. “He” has hung on the wall in several of our homes since then, and he’s a familiar fixture to my sister and me. He’s even sort of part of the family.

Year Taken:
1971
Genre:
snapshot
Region:
Montserrado
Subject:
family

One Comment

  1. NimbaBird says:

    Maybe Homer would like to meet Uncle Joe! Uncle Joe has been “part of our family” for almost four decades, even dressing up for Halloween and Christmas.

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