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Humour, Sixties, Newfoundland, Cartoonist, St John’s, Employment. Eccentric Characters

334 Duckworth St.
by David J. Barry

Laughs and more laughs are in store as you follow this true story of the author and his young family in all their attempts to improve their living conditions. Their cold water flat and surrounding neighbors and friends provide the backdrop for some hilarious situations you’ll find hard to believe. You’ll cheer them on in their attempts to become rich and famous, or just plain rich.

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David J Barry was born in November 1944 in St. John's NL., the second oldest of four boys. He attended St. Bonaventure's College and Brother Rice High School and was the art editor of a yearbook at both schools. After graduating in 1963 and finding employment in the surveying field, he married Diane and they had the first two children. That is when this story really begins. There were several position changes at work until he retired in 1995. He then pursued a number of hobbies such as painting, wood carving and music which still interests him today. It was during this time when, at the urging of friends, the idea to write this book took hold.


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