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War of the Worlds?


8:50 a.m., Sept. 11, 2001 Stepping out of the car, I do a slow half circle to take in the beauty all around me. It’s a perfect day. Warm, but not too warm. Not a single cloud in the sky. … Continue reading

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Corner of Walker and Tecumseh in the 1930s: Flying Red Horse


Shortly after we started publishing “The Walkerville Times”, predecessor to “The Times Magazine”, I started receiving letters from Margaret Myers Stokes. Margaret was born in Walkerville in 1915 and moved away about 25 years later. Those years had been preserved … Continue reading

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Ladies Who Lunch – Walkerville c. 1905


I love this picture. Look at their intent faces, their ‘Gibson Girl’ hairdos, their mutton chop sleeves. Frozen in time. I wonder what they are thinking. I study the look in their eyes. I start imagining their thoughts. “What should I … Continue reading

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