these are the timesdirty beloved


View from above of Morris Carnovsky, actor, and Lee Strasberg, director, discussing the play, "The Case of Clyde Griffiths, a dramatization of Theodore Dreiser's An American Tragedy," performed by the Group Theater at the Ethel Barrymore Theater, New York City, 1936
Ralph Steiner loc

Icompetech PDF graph paper generator.
It makes all the lines and stuff so you can just print it.
It's free.
It works really well.
You can make graph paper with it if you have a printer and some paper.
Also there's piano music.

"The connectionist vehicle theory of phenomenal experience forces us to re-assess some common wisdom about consciousness. It suggests that instantaneous consciousness is not a single, monolithic state, but a complex amalgam of distinct and relatively independent phenomenal elements. Consequently, it also suggests that our ongoing consciousness is not a single stream, but a mass of tributaries running in parallel. And it suggests that we are conscious of a good deal more information at any one moment in time than theorists have traditionally supposed..."
A Connectionist Theory Of Phenomenal Experience
Gerard O'Brien and Jon Opie University of Adelaide 29.Mar.01
Cogprints: an electronic archive for self-archive papers in any area of Psychology, neuroscience, and Linguistics, and many areas of Computer Science, Philosophy , Biology, Medicine, Anthropology, as well as any other portions of the physical, social and mathematical sciences that are pertinent to the study of cognition.
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Lest We Perish, 1918

Books Make The Home
Rockwell Kent at loc

Mrs. Wiggs of The Cabbage Patch

"a grayish cheese-like substance, partially hardened, not much like butter, and quite free from putrefaction."

Built Like A Watch

The Flying Merkel

Lead the Leaders

Victor Victoria

Woman, on three wheel bicycle, followed by men on high-wheelers

Miss Leginsha, disappearing pianist, sails for Europe
Miss Leginsha was Ethel Leginska, born Ethel Liggins in Hull, England

Mrs. McCurdy's Friend, Grant's Tomb, Riverside Drive, NYC 1896
Byron Images
Museum of the City of New York
The MCNY has the worst image search engine I've ever tried to use. It also has a distinctly venal slant to its presentations. Possibly these are not disconnected phenomena.


Jean Gordon, first woman elected to the Yukon Territorial Council,
with her family circa 1938

Yukon Women of Power
A Pictorial History of The Yukon
Carcross Community School/Joyce Hayden

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