It’s Saturday, which means I indulge in some nostalgia or history by checking out the Sepia Saturday prompt (above) and going through digital archives for fitting photos. This week in honor of the postman above I went postal, in a non-violent sense.
Lee, Russell, photographer. Postman loaded with mail waiting for streetcar. Streetcar terminal, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. United States Oklahoma Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City, 1939. July. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017740616/.
Imagine having to carry all that on to a street car. I remember mail carriers having a kind of cart on wheels with a large bag blue bag where all the mail was.
Karlyn Borysenko shares her take on the Random House/Penguin staff crying over their company’s publishing Jordan Peterson’s next book. She then explains how the way the Random House/Penguin handled their objections perfectly.