A Window of Wonder … Bread

There are a lot of empty storefronts in my neighborhood, because the rents are too high to maintain a sustainable business. I keep hoping for the return of laundromats and delis and diners, but that will probably never happen. Unless a longterm depression hits.

But I loved all the loaves of Wonderbread in the window of this recently closed business.

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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4 thoughts on “A Window of Wonder … Bread

  1. I saw this exactly building! The wonderbread is still there at least as of June 21, 2018, when I stopped to take a picture of it!

  2. Would you mind explaining the significance of the Wonderbread hanging in abandoned store front? I’ve seen a few in my neighborhood and I’m unbelievably curious… nothing on the internet as well..
    thank you in advance!!!

  3. I don’t know! We should both make it a quest to find out. What neighborhood are you in, do you mind asking? Because I just remembered that I’ve seen a few more windows with Wonderbread in them and I can’t remember where I saw them.

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