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Picking some okra from Papaw’s garden: From the picnic at the Geyser:
The National Maritime Museum is on Flickr with a number of sets, including Animals at Sea, photos of the London Port area, and several concerning museum operations (such as conservation and installation). This collection is another great visual history resource. I hope that they continue to add images to their collections because I know that … Continue reading
For some information on Jax Beer, click here. Image via Shorpy
The National Archives (formerly known as the Public Records Office) at Kew have joined Flickr. They have added about 200 items in seven sets. The images range from the photos of Felice Beato to Historic Documents to a handful of artifacts. Hopefully they will continue to post images from the Archives … from my work … Continue reading
From the Marjorie Howard Futcher Photo Collection: The youngest daughter of the influential McGill University physician and Dean of Medicine Robert Palmer Howard, Gwendolen Marjorie Howard Futcher (1882-1969) was born into a social milieu which included some of the most prominent Canadian business, political, and academic figures and families of the late nineteenth and early … Continue reading
Last November, a new donation of Scopes Trial Photos was made to the Smithsonian Archives and the Archives has posted them to a Flickr set about the trial. Like the original set that was discovered in 2005, these new images are great visual historical resource for one of the key events in twentieth-century US history. … Continue reading
While she is best known for the Migrant Mother, many of her other works are visually more interesting and tell much better stories … Or, something closer to home (aka, North Carolina) … For me, both of these images speak volumes. The top image is of two people that, in today’s world, could make a … Continue reading
For more images of one of Phoenix’s last trips to Port Meadow, click here.
Yesterday was one of the last steps on my journey to earn my doctorate! I had my viva and it went well. I have two weeks to make my minor corrections and return the finalized document. So, I am that much closer to be done! Before the Viva … After the Viva …
Okay, I have finally got around to posting our trip photos … to see the gallery, click here. In the next few days, I will be posting more information about what we did and where we went.