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  1. Kat Says:

    Erma Bombeck quote

  2. Hedley Says:

    Notwithstanding the window display this is obviously a British Woolies, as identified by the 3d and 6d stores. Pre decimal
    Many of the girls at Dorking Grammar, including the lovely Debbie Wilson (who sat behing me for 7 years) worked at the Woolies in Leatherhead on a Saturday. Tales of shop lifting were legendary including the day someone half-inched a lawn mower.

    • Kat Says:

      My Dear Hedley,
      It is indeed a British Woolie. I found a few pictures of this store, and I liked the whimsy in this one especially.

  3. Hedley Says:

    1936, missed it by a lot.

    Excellent article in today’s WSJ regarding the Cecil Beaton “Theatre of War” exhibit at the Imperial War Museum in Lambeth. the book is on my “need to own” list but I would have liked to see the exhibit.
    I did go to the Annie Liebovitz at the Wexner last weekend, very familiar images

    • Kat Says:

      My Dear Hedley,
      My father and I went to the Imperial War Museum on one trip to London. I think it was his favorite of all museums. That was the same year they opened Churchill’s underground headquarters, and we were among the first to visit it.

      Put the book on your Christmas list.

      I have always wanted to be a good photographer.

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