Clark Street Rose (A Windy City Saga In Song)
Words and Music by Ethwell “Eddy” Hanson
Copyright 1946 by Eddy Hanson and published at The Song Shop by Eddy Hanson, 11 West Division Street, Chicago, Illinois
From the Wisconsin Music Archives: “Hanson (1893–1986) was a composer of popular songs and an organist in the early days of radio. He was born in Waupaca, Wisconsin, probably on August 1, 1893, although some sources list 1898. He moved to Neenah, Wisconsin, in the 1910s and later in the decade he was a member of Sousa’s Navy Band. In the 1920s he established himself in Chicago as a theatre and radio organist. Hanson returned to Waupaca in the 1960s and died in 1986 at King, Wisconsin.”
Betty does plaid, 1952
Old postcard showing Lamie’s Tavern
Lafayette Road, Hampton, New Hampshire
Postmarked July 18, 1958
"Lamie’s Tavern by reason of its site and the building it occupies is woven directly into the colorful tapestry of the more than three centuries of New England history. Period architecture and decorations make the Tavern Dining rooms unusually attractive. The great hand-hewn beams, the wide pine paneling around the mammoth fireplace, and the wagon wheel lighting fixtures are all authentic. Featuring generous portions of wholesome New England cooked foods, Lamie’s Tavern is noted as a traditional stopping place for hungry New England travelers."
Handling harassment, 1940. (from PLANET COMICS)
Earthquake Destruction, San Francisco, 1906
Golden Gate Avenue and Larkin Street
Harlem, New York City in the 1970s.
Sheet music, Josephine, Leo Feist Inc., ca. 1937