Here's a photograph to take you back! Woodwork classes at school, endless lessons planing a bit of wood, varnishing it, constructing obscure joints to make the legs fit together. At the end of term, proudly taking it home, watching Auntie Miriam sit down on it, watching it fall to pieces! That's the thing about old photographs - they are the midwives of memories. Deliver your memories for Sepia Saturday 613 by posting an old photograph on or around Saturday 19th March 2022 and adding a link to the list below. And while you are waiting for the glue on your broken leg to dry, take a look at what lies around the Sepia Saturday corner.
A lot of wood-working going on in my family! :)
The next 'chapter' in the life of my great-aunt Gerda. Weak link to this week's prompt picture, though - as lady's maid, I'm sure she did more needlework than woodwork!
I think I have a photo that matches the educational theme. And musical too.
Though I did take a class with all boys except me (Physics) I wasn't allowed to take "Shop."
All Things Wood is my theme with memories from home and abroad.
A post from my Uncle Louis' 1931 yearbook. No wood, physics, but it is a classroom!
I wrote this post some time ago but was inspired by this week's photo to publish the article so even though the article is about tracing DNA, the photo shows a man sitting at a desk
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