Sjostsrom: ….What kind of church is that on the mountain?
Andersson: Does Mrs. Lindgren know what kind of church it is?
Lindgren: No, I don’t.
Fisherman: That’s a steeple at Skansen (refers to a park in Stockholm)
Sjostrom: A constable?
Fisherman: A steeple!
Sjostrom: I’m not deaf my little friend….Is that the fortress I have read something about in the newspaper by Mankell? (refers to Julius Mankell, the military historian)
Fisherman: No, that’s Skansen by Hazelius…
Sjostrom: Isn’t his name Mankell?
Lindgren: No, he’s been dead since long ago.
Sjostrom: Oh, is he dead? But he played organ at St. Clara Church…I heard him.
Andersson: No, that was at St. James Church.
Sjostrom: Little Mrs. Andersson, when I was confirmed at St. Clara Church I heard Abraham Mankell play the organ. That I know!
Lindgren: Yes, but there was one at St. James, too. I don’t remember his name. (refers to Gustav Mankell)
Sjostrom: In St. James, that was Lundberg.
Lindgren: No, that was Mankell. There were 2 Mankells that played.
Andersson: Oh my, there were 2 in St. James.
Lindgren: No, know not the men…
Sjostrom: I don’t know what the two Mankells had to do with Skansen.
Fisherman: No. Regarding Skansen… That was General Hazelius!