When you look through as many old photos as I do, you can’t help but notice how people’s expressions changed over the course of the 19th and 20th Century. Pre-World War I the typical photographic subject was stern and rigid, looking off to some distant horizon, and if there are …
September is here, the dorm stereos are blasting, and it’s once again time to fill up those campus stadiums and let out a little Boolah Boolah! Hullaba…
For the most part the car ID photos I receive are of the Disneyesque wholesome variety; weddings and graduations and National Park vacations, featuring…
[Trigger warning: I assume your subscription to this here Substack is evidence of your fondness for classic automobiles, so be prepared to cringe at th…
I have to admit I was rendered a bit wistful by the the recent “Field Of Dreams” game at the eponymous cornfield-turn-baseball-diamond outside Dyersvil…
As an American, I am glad my country does not allow hereditary titles of nobility; in fact it’s right there in the official United States Constitution …
Now that my newfangled Substack has attracted a few readers, I wanted to pay it forward to a few of my influences and car ID resources in the old car s…
Laadies and Gentlemen! Hurry to the concession area under the the DCIDS grandstands for an ice cold Jax and a paper plate of BBQ, and settle in for act…
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