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2016-03-19 18:53
I went through Baird, Texas, primarily because the tiny town was the county seat, and, therefore, has a county courthouse. The 1929, Classical Revival building wasn't all that unique, but th… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
Remnants of Fina Service StationAccording to the Texas Historical Commission survey, it had "weeds, no gas" in August of 1980. I took this picture for the sign, and I now think the building… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
A little slice of musical heaven courtesy of Wes Montgomery. From his 1965 Bumpin' album, "Here's That Rainy Day":And a cool live version: Read More
Big Spring (or Is It
2011-08-20 22:02
*I prefer the twangy version.This is a ghost sign on the back of the Ritz Theatre in Big Spring. It says: "West Texas' Finest Theatre."Ritz Theatre c. pre-1941. Beaux ArtsState Theater ca. 1… Read More
Stuff I Took Pictures Of In Eastland
2011-08-14 02:07
Former Eastland Bank BuildingEastland County Courthouse c. 1928, ModerneConnellee-Majestic Theatre c. 1920, Art ModerneLouise's CafeEastland Laundry & Dry Cleaning Read More
2011-08-09 23:59
I far prefer Frank Sinatra's version of the Gordon Jenkins (notes)/Johnny Mercer (words) classic, as recorded for his relatively obscure (but great) Close to You album. But Bobby Vinton did… Read More
2011-08-09 10:03
I just re-watched the documentary Crumb about artist Robert Crumb for the first time in about seventeen years. It has this great segment depicting his brilliant "A Short History of America"… Read More

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