A Childhood on Steuben Street is a historical autobiography that propels the reader along a marvelous excursion into the not-so-distant past. The reader will delight in the endeavors of a young lad seeking his post in life. The journey will begin as the young lad moves into a quaint bungalow on a city street that is just one-block long. Being only three years old and fresh from a country setting, he begins his exploration of life. Follow the footsteps that start on a single sidewalk square in Syracuse, New York and wander the neighborhood for ten years in the late 1940s and early 1950s. You will delight in the ups, downs, ingenuity, and mischief that molds a boy during his childhood years.