Robert Kierstead

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From 1941 or 1942.Bob, Bill, Ruth and Jim.
Bob and Bill.
Bob on the left, and Jim on the right.
Jim and Bob.

Robert Edward Kierstead, aka "Bob" (01.25.1925 - 12.15.1996) was the brother of James Delbert Kierstead, and grew up in Inglewood, California. He lived on 602 W. 87th street in 1943. At the time he worked at the Seven Up company on Slauson and Alameda street. On his 18th birthday in 1943 he enlisted the Navy.

Robert's Cars

Bob Kierstead's 1941 Mercury


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