Mulberry Street May Fade, but ‘Mulberry Street’ Shines On
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — “I’ll take you to see Mulberry Street,” said Guy McLain, the director of the Museum of Springfield History.
He meant the real Mulberry Street, the one that inspired the first of Dr. Seuss’ 44 children’s books.
I started to think what I might see on Mulberry Street. Truffula trees? Gerald McGrew? Gertrude McFuzz? A Once-ler or two?
That’s the thing about Dr. Seuss. He gets in your head and stays there.
I was listening to the radio last week when I heard an announcer say that this year is the 75th anniversary of the publication of “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street.”...
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