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On September 21, 1939, radio station WJSV in Washington, D.C. transcribed an entire day of broadcasting. Fortunately the discs survived and are now available as MP3 files. Or, you could just hunt up this old radio from 1939. Kilroy knows where it is.

The Divine Cavallard

John L Hatcher's yarns from the Wah-to-Yah Trail provided grist to the mills of old beaver trappers who funded their retirement entertaining at train stops like North Platte, Nebraska. Sometimes Hatcher-derivations made it all the way south to Mudgap, New Mexico. Lewis Garrard scribed one found on the Internet.

Test Question: What happened When and Who was involved? Be brief.

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Across the plains for gold and back for the Civil War

Vera Blue Raven Studios

Daily Quotes by CalendarLabs

Rummage in the Attic?

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Time slows in the attic

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Find the Easter Egg?

Driving up the Mountain to Mudgap, New Mexico, on a fall day.


Frances Kelsey

Big Boy

McCormick Deering

Quondam Rangely

Really? Mole People?

Things to Understand Better

When Jazz Was Cool

Geronimo and the Cubic Equation

Time Capsule from NY World's Fair

State of the Union

Alan Abel

New Mexico Lawmen: Pecos Valley

New Mexico Lawmen: Tularosa

Sister Rosetta

Oliver Perry's Vision

New Mexico

Mudgap, New Mexico

Eldred Trachta

Put the money on a horse

The White Rock Days

Magic in the Desert

Time Travel

Did you go to a one room school?

Steam Trains

Fabulous Future-1870

I voted for Wahsington

Remembering WW I

Einstein and Shrodinger

Predicting the Future

Incompleteness Theorem

Independent Authors

The Roads West

The Third Man

Open The Books Website

Ariosa Coffee

Visuallizing Big Numbers

Vice Presidents

Before Flying Saucers

Crisis of 1894

Jimmy Coleman aka J. Paul Emerson

Civil War Statues

Pedestrianism

It's the Big One

Green Pastures

Leonhard Euler

Vintage Cartoons

Progress Report

The Golden Age of Radio

Progress Report

A Wise Man

Can't Make it Up

Free Speech

Remembering

Fort Selden

Poet Of The Month

Jim Gilliam

B. H. Fairchild

Ubiquitous Theorem

Years and Eras

1953

1812

Fourteenth Century

1946

19th Century Slide Show

Germany Before the Great War

Fats Navarro

Have Pen Will Travel

Absement! Absement!

St. James Infirmary

Hadacol

High Bird

USS West Virginia

Calvin "Max" Maxwell

Human Migrations

Marionette in Manhattan

Empty Box

Empty Box

Empty Box

Empty Box

Big Box of Stuff


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