My grandmother, Phyllis Mostellar (or as we, grandkids, called her, Lizzie) knew him the best. Philip Williams, my great grandfather, was her father, and she was his only child. And maybe that was how I came to be a part of such a large family, for my grandmother enjoyed every minute of her busy household, Continue reading “The Ghosts of Our Forefathers”
Buying Electrical Equipment. The State College of Washington, 1937.
The Buying Electrical Equipment pamphlet was distributed by an extension service of the State College of Washington in 1937 as a result of the Smith-Lever Act of 1914 that established extension organizations of land-grant
I immediately noticed the simplicity of this photo’s background, contrasted with the desperation conveyed in the large signs that make up the foreground. The huge size of the farm is apparent from the empty field in the back of the
For Birmingham natives, Legion Field is Birmingham. The city’s most iconic stadium has been around forever. In all honesty, Birmingham-transplant families just don’t understand our history the way we do. Continue reading “Vintage is the New Black”