Monthly Archives: January 2015

Elbert School Revisited

This building was still standing, albeit barely, and in very poor shape, when I was there in December 2011.  The original post can be seen at the link to the Elbert School.  This is the school my mother attended in … Continue reading

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How Suzassippi became a horse…a tale from Lottabusha County

Back in 2011, I was asked to do a week of guest posts for Preservation in Mississippi, which was a WordPress blog. I had been blogging on Blogger, and the two platforms are quite different so I started this blog … Continue reading

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2013 through 2014: 275 submissions to the Living New Deal

My first submission to Living New Deal was January 2013, and I logged 62 that first year, all of which involved road trips to 5 states to take photographs. Although not the first of the mural photographs I took, the … Continue reading

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