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The Service Banner (2/9/08)
Gold over blue star bannerUnited States Army Captain Robert L. Queissner of the Fifth Ohio Infantry was proud of his two sons. They, like him, were serving in the military during World War I, most likely overseas. To honor their commitment in service, he designed a simple small banner in 1917 that showed two blue stars on a white background and displayed it at home. More >>


The start of my collection i hope (2/7/08)
I am new to this just ran across a few things and were wondering about the value and the history of my beging of a somewhat collection More >>


This Week In Geek 02/06 (2/7/08)
Scud 21Welcome back to another edition of This Week In Geek. It’s the day after Super-Fat-Tuesday, the Superbowl Champion Giants have returned home, Barrack and Hillary are both trying to figure out who won yesterday and women of questionable character everywhere are desperately searching the internet for their own topless Margi Gras photos before their bosses and boyfriends find them. More >>


Mid-City Krewe: A Family Mardi Gras (2/7/08)
KingMid-City Krewe Mardi Gras, New Orleans More >>


Barbie™ ~ Looking Good at “49″ ! (2/6/08)
Here you can see a large assortment of different Barbie(tm) Dolls, friend and family.Barbie™ gives a new meaning to the saying’ “You’ve come a long way baby.” 2008 marks 49 years since her first public showing at the New York Toy Fair. The Barbie™ doll has delighted children and collectors for many years. There are young and old Barbie™ fans not just in our country, but all over the world. So who is responsible for such an infamous doll? More >>


Zulu: Nuts for Coconuts (2/6/08)
Zulu February 5, 2008 Mardi Gras, New Orleans More >>


Orpheus: Mardi Gras in Technicolor (2/6/08)
Orpheus February 4, 2008 Mardi Gras, New Orleans More >>


Bacchus: Creating New Traditions (2/6/08)
Bacchus February 3, 2008 Mardi Gras, New Orleans More >>


Unique 37 star U.S. flag (2/6/08)
37 star U.S. flag using a forerunner of the silk screened process, c. 1870s, closeupThe 37 star U.S. flag was created in 1867 for the admission of Nebraska as a state. It lasted until the admission of Colorado in 1876. This flag, though, was quite unique. It was made using a patented resist-dye process on wool bunting. You can see the silk screen-like look in the stars in the closeup photos. More >>


British National Flag of World War II (2/5/08)
British National Flag hand made in Belgium, WWII, closeupThere’s a mystery to this flag. Here is what we do know. It is definitely the flag of Great Britain and that it is definitely of World War II vintage. It is truly a big flag measuring 50 x 70 inches or about 4′ to almost 6′. We know that it was made in Belgium and appears to be completely hand made using a standard home-based sewing machine, not a commercial one. More >>


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