Category Archives: History

Local Statuary In History

This statue welcomed visitors to Grass Valley at the intersection of Main and South Auburn in the early 20th Century. Can’t imagine why they took it down, although I suspect it didn’t have anything to do with the Civil War.

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We Are Not A Crook

With Dick Nixon (Bob Mora) at the Marching Presidents Award Banquet. A splendid time was had by all…

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Menu From A World War

Going through all my parents’ old papers and pictures, I found this memento of V-J Day, September 2, 1945. Dad was stationed in the Philippines. I imagine those boys were relieved that they didn’t have to invade the Japanese mainland.

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The Editor Remembered

As an editor, Warren was known for his brevity and conciseness of speech. Gone one year today.

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Written In Stone

Right wing apologists ask when the statues of George Washington will meet the same fate as the confederates? After all, George was a slave owner. Well, indeed he was, but in his will he ordered that his slaves should be … Continue reading

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Superhero

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The Mountain Messenger – July 6, 1967

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A Work In Progress

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All Eyes On The New Guy

The Official Famous Marching Presidents & First Ladies T-shirt design for their 30th trek down Broad Street come September.

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Half A Carrot

I drew this cartoon sometime shortly before 9/11. It was apparent to me then that there was a growing divide between the American left and right. The chasm between them has only grown since then, to the point where it … Continue reading

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