Monthly Archives: June 2012
Murgatroyd Loaf’s late nineteenth century story of a youth who runs away from his home and family in Hell’s Kitchen, New York, to join the circus.
Pictured here is the frontispiece, as the book cover itself is long gone. This appears to be either a learned book of astrology or a misinformed book of astronomy, written in an impenetrable ancient dutch dialect.
It’s never too late to start CPPOP! Start gathering points at any stage to win prizes… c’mon!
Marvellous. Two players with the maximum score this week… Mr. Landi and Mr. Young share the spoils.
Chris was hairy, right from the start. His dad had to start shaving him, aged 2. Oh, but he did love his wheelbarrow rides.
I’ve finally got around to compiling a fraction of the photographs of hydrant signs I have tucked away. Here’s the tip of the iceberg.
Large format pictorial history of the early days of silent cinema, published by an obscure American university.