The first one is an interesting relic of early Hollywood. A photo taken on a studio set, when my grandmother visited her cousin who was a silent film actress. This would have been before my grandparents were married — before 1920, at least! I’ve photocopied the back as well. The handwriting says, Compliments of Universal Film Co. Continue reading “Random Photos Found in a Box. Travels Across Time and Distance.”
What to do on a beautiful Sunday afternoon? Make a bike ramp in the Alley! Some boards, a few cat carrying cases and random obstacles retrieved from neighbors’ garages plus bikes, of course, added up to hours of fun. Best of all….no injuries!
They were still under construction, and although in the background, the World Trade Center buildings were the stars of the pictures taken by my father, who was born in NYC in 1915. I am glad he was not here to witness the day the towers fell.