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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
I'm on AOL and all I see is red Xs too...Maybe redo them Jimi???
here's an image of a 41-47 Hudson convertible from How Stuff Works which has many other Hudson images.
some old racers
More specifically, based upon what can be seen of the grille in this photo, the subject car appears to be a '41.
When the '47 Studebakers came out they were the first "all new" cars to be produced by and American manufacturer after WWII. Their ads included the saying, "First by far in a post war car."
I don't care what anyone says... that is just wrong.
Hey!--Ol' Liberace would be proud of you!
Posted by Jroberts in HUGE format:
Paulding zoo Michigan
Apparently nobody could see the Big Trees pix but me, so I'll delete that and try again another time when I can find them on a different source.
The best brief account of the Johnstown Flood I've read -- told in human terms, not just statistics
and sterile facts -- is from 2002 and was written by John Templeton. The article says as much, or
more, in a couple of pages than entire books written on the subject. Search: www.redlandsfort-
Below: Romanticized, sanitized, and published in 1890 by Kurz and Allison Art Publishers, this artist's
conception of the Johnstown fires following the big flood is subtitled "Hundreds Roasted Alive at the
Railroad Bridge." Image thanks to Jeff Smith at SoapySmiths.Blogspot.
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Debris at the stone railroad bridge took three months and thousands of men to clear
away. Image thanks to Jaha.Org.
Since no photos were possible during the actual deadly flood tide, artists did their
best to recreate the event by illustrating events, based on first-person accounts. This
engraving ran in Harper's Weekly and is thanks to the Johnstown Flood Museum.
Photo of the Shultz house, skewered by a tree,
thanks to the Redlands Fortnightly Club, Red-
lands, California. Below, thanks to Jaha.org,
a wide-angle view with the Shultz home at far
Photo thanks to WestportK12.
Photo thanks to TrekaRoo.
Image thanks to Jaha.Org.
Photo thanks to Swartzentrover.
Image thanks to Jaha.Org.
Per WikiMedia Commons, photo originally published in "History of the Johnstown Flood", by Willis Fletcher Johnson, 1889.
Racing's North Turn Beach Bar & Grille is currently at the location circled in the photo.
Twin Falls, Jerome Toll Bridge, Idaho.
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