Monday, July 09, 2007

A day at the races


In 1908 the babies were at the races.

6 comments:

Worldman said...

My granfather was an outstanding painter. In our family treasures we have a huge wealth of his paintings. My brother decided to photograph them and to make a book with the pictures. I think it would be wonderful if you would make a book with your postcards.

Worldman said...

My granfather was an outstanding painter. In our family treasures we have a huge wealth of his paintings. My brother decided to photograph them and to make a book with the pictures. I think it would be wonderful if you would make a book with your postcards.

Anji said...

Worldman: We do have a book project, probably when Rob retires, in about 14 years time!

Alec Millard said...

ahhhh multi-babies! At least that is what we call them. They are along the same lines as the fantasy exaggeration postcards showing giant vegetables.

Alec Millard said...

This is a great example, except for the stamp on the face and corner damage. :(

Anji said...

Alec: Most of them are damaged. I presume they were much looked at.
Interesting to see that you mention the stamp. that's where they used to put them. i must check your site, perhaps the stamps in the US were always on the back?

Multi-babies! I like that.