Month: August 2017

Uncle Aron, His Chairs, and a 103-Year-Old Postcard

I was digging around the house recently for something old and vaguely interesting, when I uncovered a white box in the basement. In this box were numerous photographs, some in color, most in black and white. While all of them were rather eye-catching, one in particular caught my attention. It was an old photo postcard, the front depicting eight distinguished-looking gentlemen, while the back was covered in cursive so detailed […]

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