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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Thirteenth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
Capewell certainly did get a lot of mileage out of these rocks.
This is an advertisement for the E.D. Trymby furniture and upholstery store from the program/souvenir booklet for the play L’Aiglon starring Maude Adams which played in Philadelphia at The Broad Street Theater back in 1901.
Only your inability to sew and your Mother’s unwillingness to sew them on a really boss denim jacket saved you from looking like an utter horse’s ass.
The twelfth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
The Lads are back among the rocks again, and John B. Capewell has rejoined them in front of the camera.
Here’s an advertisement for The Bingham Cafe from the program/souvenir booklet for the play L’Aiglon starring Maude Adams which played in Philadelphia at The Broad Street Theater back in 1901.
He’s so tiny and ADORABLE! Look! He fits in the palm of your hand! He probably doesn’t eat much. How much trouble could a squirrel monkey be?
Sorry, no green beer for Mrs. C. My olive’s green. Does that count?
The lads from last week’s photo are back, but it looks as if John B. Capewell has taken his place behind the camera for this shot.