San Francisco Chronicle, September 23, 1921. So like a woman: having married the slob, she sets about to change him.
I just discovered your blog through a friend’s shared items and have to tell you— i absolutely love this collection!
Keep up the good work, this is the kind of strange collection of historical artifacts that I love to see.
Just curious, how do you capture the images you post? Have you ever used Google News’ archive search for old hosted papers?
Thanks for your kind words. I’ve recently been given access to Readex archive of historical newspapers. Haven’t checked out Google news. Do they have archival stuff?
Excited to see more. I had a long discussion about what the hell Mince Meat actually is after sharing your blog with friends I’ve subscribed via RSS and enjoying your older posts.
Yep, Google News has an archive search feature going all the way back to some Halifax papers from 1750s:
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