A Box of Memories 2
I didn't know Dad stashed all this stuff away.
I had no idea he kept all this. Oh, it's a letter from a woman he saved in the hotel fire...
Oh, I can't believe it--It's a program from a recital I was in when I was a little girl. I didn't know he was so sentimental.
Let me see...
... And a letter from Mom...
Here's Dad's discharge papers from the Boston Fire Department... Here's his birth certificate... Here's Mom's death certificate.
这是爸爸波士顿消防部开出的获准离开的通知… 这是他的出生证明… 这是妈妈的死亡证明。
Look, it's a picture of Dad and Uncle Brendan.
They look so young.
Just about your age.
Oh... Grandma and Grandpa's passports from Ireland.
These passports were processed at Ellis Island in 1920.
They must have sailed in right past the Statue of Liberty. God, that must have been something. Can you imagine what that was like?
It's an old Irish ring. Isn't it beautiful?
I can understand what the heart means, but... what about the hands and the crown?
The hands mean friendship, and the crown means royalty.
There's something engraved on it.
What does it say?
I don't know. It's in Irish.
It must've been Mom's.
No. I never saw this ring on Mom's finger. Maybe it's Grandma's.
Look... U.S. savings bonds... There's about forty here, and they're each a hundred dollars...
看… 美国存款票据… 那有大约40张，每张为100美元…
Four thousand dollars?
Kevin, you were right. Dad did have an insurance policy!
Whole life... Patrick Francis Casey... face value, fifty thousand dollars...
在一生当中… 帕特里克·弗郎西斯·凯西… 票面价值，50000美元…
Fifty thousand?... Fifty thousand big ones? That's wild!
50000 …50000美元？… 那么多！
Beneficiaries... Rebecca Casey and Kevin Casey.