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Lemon Tree, Dayton, OH 1960's
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6 posts
Nov 02, 2014
7:47 AM
Anybody remember the beginnings of the Lemon Tree on Wayne Ave?
633 posts
Nov 02, 2014
9:03 AM
I remember it about 1965 or so. There was a waterbed store next door and I thought those were SO COOL. Went to the Lemon Tree a few times, not really into the folksy music BUT if my date was, I went.

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3 posts
Apr 30, 2015
3:02 PM
I do remember the Lemon Tree. I was int folk music and I thought it was pretty cool although I can't remember who performed but had fun going there with my other Folksy friends. Tony G.
98 posts
May 01, 2015
6:21 AM
Wasn't it next door to the Art Theater ? I think that there was also a bookstore there too. Definitely New Age long before New Age was a term.
blue J
174 posts
May 01, 2015
12:44 PM
Sounds like the kind of place I would have been into, had I been around then. As my mother has always said about most things that I like- I was born about twenty years too late.

Ared60- I know right where you're talking about. That same bookstore was still there when I lived in that area in the late 1990s. It was right by the Art Theater, yes. I lived further north off of Wayne, on Hickory Street. I still have a couple of things that I bought from that bookstore, back then.

Last Edited by blue J on May 01, 2015 12:45 PM
100 posts
May 02, 2015
5:09 AM
I can only remember the title of one book that I bought there, I'm guessing, around 1970. "The View Over Atlantis", by John Michell. It was groovy!
663 posts
May 13, 2015
6:05 AM
I remember seeing my first "mature" movie at the theater near there. Probably around 1966-67?? Seem to remember it had something to do with butterflies or a collector or something. I think it was the first movie I ever saw boobs in HA HA.

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