Just managed to get this up before Saturday dawned in the far side of the world. Our Sepia Saturday theme image this week features a group of naughty-looking schoolboys. Must do better. Proper preparation is the key to a successful life. If you keep leaving your homework until the last minute, you will grow up to run an internet group known throughout the world for the late publication of its weekly call for submissions. So let us have a old image and some new thoughts on or around Saturday 29th October 2022 and add a link to the list below. And while you are waiting to see the Headmaster, why not take a look at the next couple of theme images .... "Please Miss, I've only got one, my dog ate the other one!!!"
(The other one will follow as soon as the dog sicks it up)
Going with the suggested themes of 'groups' and 'damaged photos', my post this week is about my grandfather's conscription in 1925. Besides some photos, also based on a letter written to him by his friend (and future brother-in-law) at the beginning of this ordeal.
Another potpourri of old photos. Fun mix.
In 1945 my Uncle Dr. Louis Cleage used an electrocardiograph to measure their blood pressures and heart rates while Billy Eckstine held their hands and sang to them.
I think I have this theme covered. The story turned out to be longer than I expected, but I think it is worth it. Musical of course.
School photos. Rightup my alley, so to speak. Thanks for an interesting selection.
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