Growing up in a New York City apartment in the sixties meant yelling out the window or, if you were outside, yelling up to someone to come to the window. This went on all the time when I was a kid. And writing with chalk on the sidewalk, of course. Families are usually idealized in the suburbs, not living on top of one another in the big city, so I was thrilled to find this a few years ago. Circa late fifties, early sixties, I'd guess. Printed by Fravessi-Lamont, Inc. U.S.A.