While Hoxsie clips pictures out of Google books for his own entertainment, Paula Lemire is doing actual research, and has done a tremendous service by identifying the grave of the last documented slave at Schuyler Flatts, a woman named Sibbie.
While we’re speaking of Albany-born stars (well, we were), we found a brief mention of Elizabeth Hines in a 1927 […]
In the early days of film, one of the first stars was Albany’s Ward Crane. Born in 1890, Ward Crane […]
We ran across an odd little article from the Times-Union in 1928 that raised more questions than it answered: “Harnett […]
We spoke yesterday of Claude Holding, the accomplished musician who then became an accomplished hotelier, building the Wellington Hotel on […]
We’ve shown the top postcard before, but thought it would be nice to put together these three postcard views of […]
A grand view of Albany’s Lincoln Park swimming pool. As the city grew, the old public baths proved insufficient to […]