To the right, a RED CROSS Christmas ad, 1918. We can't help but notice that nearly all the Red Cross ads from World War I feature what can only be classified as heroic examples of female compassion--also for your enjoyment below, Charlie Chaplain, On Guard Against Gloom. Click on the photos.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION--HOWARD LAMEY OF LITTLEGLITTERHOUSES.
COM has a new putz house in the works--an elaborate Victorian; click on the link below, then scroll down the page once you get there - this promises to be a beauty http://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=381
Carol found a really interesting site called http://www.architoys.net/blog/
Putzers and model builders will have a field day here.
Fans of Alexander Calder, whose Croton home is now on the market, may find this of interest http://www.everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2013/05/alexander-calders-croton-home-goes-on.html
A SIMPLY FABULOUS VINTAGE CHRISTMAS POSTCARD http://www.flickr.com/photos/aemays/8564836713/in/pool-1325246@N22
For a brief moment, I thought Chaplain was the Fuhrer, lol.ReplyDelete