February, 1966 We did leave Mexico finally at 9:10 am by American and had a wonderful flight much better than Braniff. E. met us at customs and took us home for lunch and left there about 1:30. They had three inches of snow in San Antonio, first in 40 years. We arrived here at 5:15Continue reading “Houston, Texas”
1990 Hi We’re having fun seeing old friends and the sights. We went out to Alcatraz on Sunday and N started his seminar Monday. He seems to like it. I have been walking all over town and pretty much have the buses down. It’s good to be in California. It’s cool! Love (I think IContinue reading “San Francisco, California”
The entrance to the railroad exhibit at the New York World’s Fair 1939 appears very much like a glorified and modernistic roundhouse for locomotives.The Rotunda above contains 25,000 square feet of floor space leading to a circular theme hall 180 feet in diameter surmounted by a dome approximately eight stories in height. Sponsored by theContinue reading “New York 1939”
Fall in Minnesota. My walk in the woods. Click on image for larger view.
October, 1981 Dear This is a picture of the place in downtown Minneapolis where everyone meets. Often there is an orchestra or bank concert – sometimes even the Minn. Symphony. It is always warm and cheery – even in midwinter! I have just walked around the lake (2 hrs) and now must get supper forContinue reading “Minneapolis, Minnesota”
Mt. Ypsilon (13,307 ft.) and Mummy Range as seen from the High Drive in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Photo of our family business made into a postcard around 1942.
Pershing Square, Los Angeles Postcard courtesy of Western Publishing and Novelty Company. In 1866 the area known today as Pershing Square was dedicated as a public square called La Plaza Abaja (the lower plaza) by Mayor Christobal Aguilar. A year later people started calling it St Vincent’s Park since it was across the street fromContinue reading “Los Angeles, California”
October 1992 We have just toured Graceland. Amazing and most interesting (a bit commercial but quite well done). Had dinner on Beale St last night with music. Were in St Louis the 1st night out. Saw lots of cotton yesterday in the field. Love