Ask a silly question . . .
Big Eek of Southeast Minneapolis: “I had a friend who was a baseball lifer, from the time — as a 10-year-old in the late ’30s — he first watched Ted Williams play for the Millers at old Nicollet Park. Continue reading
“Once a baseball man, always a baseball man?”
A good Monday morning to you, as we continue to time-travel backward, into the sometimes-underdocumented past.
Contributor: Bill Farley of St. Paul
1946 (?) Date of picture:
July 10, 2003 Date of contribution:
“I thought you would be interested in this picture of a jeep I made, starting in late 1945 and finished in mid-1946. Caption: Continue reading “The little treasures (Volume 31)”
More photos and captions saved for (in some cases) only God knows how many years. Better late than never?
ca. 1937 Date of picture: Continue reading “The little treasures (Volume 30)”
The Golden Age of TV Sitcoms
Zoo Lou of St. Paul: “Subject: The Evolution of Lumpy Rutherford.
“They say you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. Unless, that is, you’re Clarence ‘Lumpy’ Rutherford, one of the main characters on the popular sitcom ‘Leave It To Beaver,’ which ran from 1957 to 1963.
Continue reading ““Beaver” trivia: Who was the “block of granite” awarded a four-year athletic scholarship? Wally, Eddie, or “Lumpy”?”
Still more, still more, still more!
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“Seven on a horse. Caption: Continue reading “The little treasures (Volume 29)”