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Robert Bunnelle, Chief of the London Bureau of the Associated Press, sets out a young tomato plant in an old butter tub in the roof garden of the apartment house in London on June 10, 1942 where he lived through the 1940-41 German blitz on the city, while Mrs. Bunnelle looks on with critical eye. Tomatoes sell for fifteen cents a pound in wartime London. The Bunnelles’ apartment is in the central London District of Kensington. (AP Photo)

Robert Plant ~ A friend of mine gave him a private party, booked some of my musicians for it & I was invited. We had some interesting conversations back stage the next night at his concert too. If I don't edit it can read about it in my book "A Search For Truth."