In case anyone needs more (and you know you do) on the relationship between Ticonderoga and the pencil that bears its name, here’s a little note from “Graphite,” a publication promoting the billions of wonders produced by the Joseph Dixon Crucible Company of Jersey City, New Jersey. In case you wondered where to get plumbago for shot polishing.
While scouting around for useless information in the journal of the Elevator Constructors union, we ran across this story on […]
Her lecture tour in 1935 wasn’t the only connection between Amelia Earhart and the Capital District, as evidenced by this […]
Hoxsie’s on vacation. Will be back next week refreshed and full of . . . . well, no, we’ll probably […]
Our views of history are, to be certain, shaped by our perspectives. Whatever background we come from, whatever origin stories […]
This has nothing to do with Capital District history, but having run across this 1911 article from Municipal Journal & […]