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The WIP: 1918 Baby

Welcome to another segment of, The Work In Progress. Inspired by J.C. Leyendecker, I work on my study titled, “1918 Baby.”

By learning about different techniques on how to accurately  721 more words

Where Creativity Works

Saul: When the excuse of war is just inexcusable

Hubert Francis Burdett Andrews became a master mariner just like his father. It was still at a time in this peculiar part of Gloucestershire, when sailing the rivers and coastlines of this nation was a part of who you were. 720 more words


Mule Watson gets traded again (April 4, 1918)

The Phillies trade infielder Bert Niehoff (.255, 2, 42) on April 4, 1918 and send cash to the Cardinals for rookie right-hander Mule Watson. Niehoff will play just one more season before retiring. 316 more words

Boston Braves

June 11 in San Antonio history...

1917 – World War I
Little Rock, Ark., Louisville, Ky., Battle Creek, Mich., and San Antonio, Tex., have been approved by the War Department as additional cantonment sites for the army.  130 more words


This Day In Our Family History

1826 – Benjamin Harper was born in Spitalsfield, Middlesex, England to Benjamin Harper and Elizabeth Venables

1853 – John Hammons and Elizabeth Ann McGuire were married… 62 more words

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June 9 in San Antonio history...

1917 – World War I
Registration in the National League for Woman’s Service began in San Antonio today. The first step is a movement to secure the assistance of every woman in the city, stimulating more efficient work, co-ordinating all endeavors, giving every individual her part in the great undertaking on which this country is launched, was taken at the mass meeting of women this morning in the Gunter Hotel. 56 more words