My Mom worked there during the war making gas masks and my Dad worked there building ships. They were both from Berlin, NH and still not knowing each other, they went home on the same weekend. My Mom's cousin came to visit his Aunt and Uncle, my grandparents, and brought his friend with him. He introduced my Dad to his Aunt, Uncle and cousin Doris, my Mom, who was ironing shirts. She got a little flustered, and missed ironing one sleeve on a shirt. My Dad told her she needed to learn how to iron if she was going to marry him some day! Well within a year they did marry! They also went to Fenway Park on their honeymoon and saw three games!! We gave our Dad a “Fenway Brick” for his birthday this year. The inscription on it is “Edwin and Doris Labbe, Honeymoon at Fenway, May 1947” I have three wonderful sisters and we have wonderful childhood memories as they were great parents! Dad has never had a relationship with anyone else as he said he had met the love of his life, and would wait to see her again someday, and there was no need to look for anyone else. It has been 23 years since my Mom died and he is now 86 and is as sharp today as he was 40 years ago!