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|After all that, the frog seems unimpressed...|
Buffalo's Hanover St. has been recreated without any of the buildings as it passes beneath the Buffalo Skyway (Google Street View, Sept 2011):
The back of an Acme card just acquired by the Diver collection:
Recently acquired is this Acme card:
|Reverse of the previous card.|
|Hailing the Ferry, oil on canvas painting by Daniel Ridgway Knight, 1888|
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
For additional paintings by Daniel Ridgway Knight, see
Complete works by Daniel Ridgway Knight Slideshow, biography, eCards & more!
Little Rosebud, 1890 (w/c on paper), Hayllar, James (1829-1920) / Private Collection / Bridgeman Images.
|"Wash Day" by Daniel Ridgway Knight could have been sent,|
but Acme sales might have suffered. This looks like work!
(But the rewards of companionship probably made it enjoyable.)
From the Athenaeum.
Meanwhile, as might be expected, children have their own perspectives on group activities as portrayed in the Lautz card below. In spite of the "Marseilles" name, this soap was not French and was manufactured in Buffalo NY along with other Lautz brands.
|The shading on this card is unusual, giving it a 3-dimensional aspect.|
|(or maybe falling down a well)|
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