Monthly Archives: July 2011

G4BB 28: French Canadians

French Canadians 28.1  The week before last in part 26, I pointed out that a graphic chart quickly becomes unwieldy when you try to include all your relatives, even to just a few generations. For a complete genealogy you need … Continue reading

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DFHC 7/23/2011

2 + 2 is How Much Again? Sure, I often get exasperated at how dumb everyone is at math today, and how many seem to be downright proud of it. Still, you know the old adage: In the land of … Continue reading

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DFHC 7/22/2011

Cherchezing les Femmes, part Too… Dear friends, it’s my blog and I can do what I want. Still, I have a sneaking suspicion that half (at least) of my readers will see it my way. And we begin with Joey … Continue reading

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DFHC 7/21/2011

time to do the lawn… These are from an ad in LIFE magazine, June 18, 1951…bet you didn’t realize there were so many different kinds, that long ago. If you look hard, you’ll even see a riding mower. As I … Continue reading

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DFHC 7/20/2011

Wicked Ballsy Necktie Party It’s amazing what some savers will save…offered recently on Ebay, the entire necktie mailing from Haband, from the 1950s, intact after all this time… Did your Dad get these in the mail? Yup, the same Haband … Continue reading

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DFHC 7/19/2011

Cherchezing les Femmes In this day of Photoshopping, I don’t blame you for doubting your own eyes. Still, altho photographs have been doctored forever, this one is dead real. It’s been around since it was snapped…along with several others…in 1957 … Continue reading

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DFHC 7/18/2011

Fun With Mirrors Let me ask you this: how do you take an image on your computer and flip it upside down? Here’s a kitchen for example… And to make it a little easier to follow, I did a screen … Continue reading

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