Mohawk, New York
This place falls into decline after World War II.
This item is primarily used during the summer of 1959.
White Jewel House
This place is a symbol of wealth and success, and it looks like a shining jewel on the hill when it reflects the sun.
Sam's Black Thumb and Forefinger
These are black from cigarette smoking.
This is often a place of refuge.
This is an organization whose members work to get even with people.
This place is a popular local hangout for men and serves hamburg steaks.
This is a popular local hangout for men and is eventually lost in a poker game.
Mohawk Free Library
This place is a refuge during the hot summer months, but is intolerable during summer afternoons.
This item provides entertainment for long, solitary hours.
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