Tony Mongillo’s Railroad Art Heralded At Exhibit Opening

Tony Mongillo’s Railroad Art

Heralded At Exhibit Opening

Irene Curley sets the stage this afternoon for a Q&A with railroad artist and Man-About-Oneonta Tony Mongillo and his wife Ann at the opening of "Tony Mongillo's Oneonta" at the Oneonta History Center.  To Mongillo's right are his nephew Chuck Washburn and Joe and Betty Reddell.  Ann Mongillo was Mrs. Curley's house mother at SUNY Oneonta's Alpha Delta Beta sorority.  Tony, 92, a notable story-teller, was prompted to repeat many of his favorite by an admiring audience.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Irene Curley sets the stage this afternoon for a Q&A with railroad artist and Man-About-Oneonta Tony Mongillo and his wife Ann at the opening of “Tony Mongillo’s Oneonta,” an exhibit of many of his pen and ink drawings, at the Oneonta History Center. To Mongillo’s right are his nephew Chuck Washburn and Joe and Betty Reddell. Ann Mongillo was Mrs. Curley’s house mother at SUNY Oneonta’s Alpha Delta Beta sorority. Tony, 92, a notable story-teller, was prompted to repeat many of his favorites by an admiring audience. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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