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The Oil and Gas Building

Since the later 1800’s, the prosperity of the city of New Orleans had lagged far behind other major American ports. After WWII however, the city experienced a boom, and rose back to the status of a major center of American money-making. 213 more words


Worms and Fleas in Massachusetts

What would your reaction be if you received a postcard with this message? 213 more words


Gosford Holidays

The image above is a beautiful glimpse into the history of a place which was once, and continues to be a popular holiday destination for many Sydneysiders. 205 more words

New South Wales

Lively Street Life Outside the Dallas Morning News Building -- ca. 1900

Commerce & Lamar (click for larger image) DeGolyer Library, SMU

by Paula Bosse

A photo showing the bustling streets surrounding the newly-expanded Dallas Morning News… 176 more words

Historic Dallas

Thursday Trash Day: Level Epic

We reorganized our guest bedroom over the last few days, tweaking the western theme and moving furniture, painting touch-ups, and hanging frames. In the process, an old (read 1980s) dresser, about as tall as I am, was kicked to the curb for today’s trash men to carry away to a landfill far away from subdivisions, where people like me don’t have to give it another thought. 85 more words


Alice in Wonderland (1903)

UK 8m, Silent, B&W
Directors: Cecil Hepworth, Percy Stow; Cast: May Clark, Cecil M. Hepworth, Mrs. Cecil Hepworth, Norman Whitten

Running at just over eight minutes in length, this first film adaptation of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865), is to say the least, an abridged version of this classic story. 62 more words