The New York Times had a wonderful article this week entitled What Social Distancing Looked Like in 1666. There are amazing similarities between now and the London Bubonic Plague. Click HERE to check it out.
Here's this week's T-Shirt from Paula Kincaid
You might not have noticed the shirt worn by Larry Wickstrom (back left) in the Class of '60 reunion planning picture a couple of weeks back. It's from High Seas Trading Company in Laguna Hills. Larry turned me on to them a few years ago and I've been ordering from them ever since. This past Monday they sent me an email announcing that they were now offering N95 face masks in colorful Aloha patterns.
Tom Cassie sends ANOTHER Guaranty Chevrolet Little League photo. This one is from 1955 -- a year earlier than last week's. His brother Jim, in the front row wearing stripes, looks more like a team mascot. Click HERE to see the photo enlarged with names.
My favorite publication of all time is 60 years old. Click HERE to read the FABULOUS 1960 April Fool's Edition of the Pacer.
Debi Cox Landry '72 shares two photos of the Pacerettes, Crawford's Award-Winning Drill team Maybe someone has names. Click HERE to take a look at the shots.
Here's a shot from the Vintage San Diego Facebook page looking up Broadway around 1948. The streetcars may be before your time, but you may recognize some of the other buildings in the distance. Click HERE for an enlargement.