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Kooky Cooky House memory web site

A few years ago, spurred by Jim Stingl's column in the Milwaukee Journal, I created a site about the Kooky Cooky House. 

Once a highlight for kids at Capitol Court at Christmas, my web site at now tells about what happened to the pieces of the House. 

It also features pictures and advertisements that I've collected, as generously preserved by people who visited my site.  For example, you can download and print a copy of the Kooky Cooky House coloring book and view old advertisements that appeared in the Journal and Sentinel.

I hope to preserve even more.  If you have pictures or memories, please visit and send them to me.  Gino Salomone of WKTI, as mentioned in Stingl's article, said he had movie footage of the House.  I'd like to get a copy and place it on the site.

- John



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