James and Gloria Jones at the pulpit bar. Their daughter Kaylie writes, “My parents’ living room, with its famous bar, an eighteenth-century pulpit from a French village church, which they had bought when they moved into our Ile Saint-Louis apartment after my birth, was the scene of many political discussions. Occasionally, things got so heated that fistfights broke our, candlesticks got thrown and lamps turned over.”

James and Gloria Jones at the pulpit bar. Their daughter Kaylie writes, “My parents’ living room, with its famous bar, an eighteenth-century pulpit from a French village church, which they had bought when they moved into our Ile Saint-Louis apartment after my birth, was the scene of many political discussions. Occasionally, things got so heated that fistfights broke our, candlesticks got thrown and lamps turned over.”

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