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Illustration of a house with a grass yard and a tree behind it with black text above on a white background with outer red, then white then blue edge

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MFRD. FOR SHRYOCK-TODD NOTION CO. Importers and Jobbers of Streetman's Goods of all Kinds, St. Louis, M0.

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"Old Home Week" is a week of celebration where the former residents of a house come and celebrate with the current residents. It started in 1902 by Phillip Edward Baer because he wanted an reunion-like event to enjoy with his friends and neighbors.

The festivities can include games, friendly competitions, prizes, parades, and decorations. It is an event for the whole community to come together and be joyful about their past, present, and future. It is not a celebration held every year, but in intervals of 3, 5 or 10.


Foster, L. (2012, Jul 31). Goodbye penny, hello old home week; annual parade kicks off Woodstock's celebrations of 65th edition of old home week. The Bugle-Observer Retrieved from

Merriam-Webster, Incorporated. (n.d.). Old Home Week. Merriam-Webster.

Oldhomeweek. (n.d.). Next OHW August 6-13, 2022. Old Home Week 2022.

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