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Because I was a starving grad student at the time, prints by well-known photographers were way beyond my reach. I could, however, afford the old snapshots they sell at flea markets and swap meets around Southern California, swimming loose in giant bins for fifty cents or a buck apiece. You find a lot of junk when you're searching through lost and tossed photo ephemera, but every so often you'll find a gem, a wallet-sized masterpiece you're certain could hang on the wall of a gallery if only someone with a name had taken it. Find one or two of those and you're hooked for life.
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Strange hand-held calculators. Articles, photographs, and databases from the archives of the International Association of Calculator Collectors. Information and photographs for those interested in the history of technology. British and sterling currency calculators. A revolution in calculating machines took place between the early s and the late s.
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Think Snowstorms Are Rough Now? Over the course of the 20th century, the number of horses in New York would dwindle from as many as , to just a few hundred, but in , the city remained a place where the majesty and the mistreatment of horses were both everyday facets of life. If that all feels eternal, consider what it was like to endure a snowstorm in a time before Gore-Tex and Doppler radar, snow blowers and plow trucks, subway commutes and automobile windshields — actually, before automobiles. Early New York Times photographs of snowstorms really capture the havoc, misery and peril a blizzard could visit on the city in the late s and early s. The Blizzard of , for example, dumped 21 inches of snow on the city and killed an estimated New Yorkers.
On the verge of being rebuilt and greatly expanded, the grand hotel's renovation deal collapsed and the hotel folded within 3 years of Art's retirement. Perhaps it was just as well. The Ambassador just wasn't the same without tall, tan Art The Doorman, his cabbie whistle, and ever-present smile out front under its iconic curved awning. Few people in life have the opportunity to meet, greet, and assist virtually every notable luminary, politician, world leader, film star, entertainer, artist, writer, sportsman, athlete, scientist, and business magnate of their era. Art Nyhagen humbly enjoyed that privilege, variously morning, noon, and night for over 43 years.
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