January 29, 2021
The last couple mornings have been beautiful. And with a puppy in my studio yippin' and a yappin' at 5 A.M. I find myself outside in the dark more often than not (by the way, we still call him Mister Pee Pee Head quite a bit). Anyway, caught this sweet photo this morning.
I've long been intrigued by the development of the film industry and I found this great photograph on the Hollywood Museum Facebook page.
Our intrepid editor, Stuart Rosebrook, found a few wonderful 1918, public service ads to aid the so-called Spanish Influenza pandemic.
I have a hunch they weren't any more successful than the current efforts, but they sure are cute!
"Ever notice how many towns are named after their water towers?"
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