Says “Genes family Part 1977″ on back, written in red, faded ink.
Found crumpled outside of a school just floating in the wind.
I found this on the sidewalk by the Nelson Atkins Art Museum. I can’t help but wonder what specifically is so strange about Midwestern people – it remains a mystery to me.
I found this old photograph along with some others in the flea market. I was pretty sad to see someone throw away a photo with such character. These men lived only 60 years ago, and no one cared to keep this picture of them.
Walking home late last night after seeing a concert, we found the sidewalk scattered with these flyers for an upcoming neighborhood dog show. This budding typographer created a flyer filled with tons of enthusiasm! She even figured out how to draw a dog doing a handstand in the form of the letter “H.” I’m sure … Continued
A couple years ago, while painting the inside of a closet in her home, my mom’s brush ran into something stuck between the slats in the closet wall… she pulled out a child’s wallet from the 1940′s belonging to a boy named Ken Bock or Ken Bouk. I did some digging early on to try … Continued
The robots deserve some saving.
Mackenzie found this on the Metro train after a Cardinals game. The front looks like innocent schoolwork; the back belies the glorification of violence in our youth.
I found this postcard in 2000, and have had it on my bulletin board ever since. The note was written to a Memphis woman from an address in Missouri back in 1957. I guess they’d had enough.
Someone apparently blowing off steam.