Then and Now, Uncategorized

Thursday: Then and Now

Vintage photograph circa 1950, source unknown, retrieved from the Internet 29 July 2021 The Mission Road Drive-in Theater opened on the Southside of San Antonio at 3100 Roosevelt Avenue, just north of Mission San Jose on March 27, 1948 with a showing of Pirates of Monterey, quickly becoming a popular fixture in the neighborhood.  Its… Continue reading Thursday: Then and Now

Doorway Into the Past, Historic Place, Then and Now, Uncategorized

Thursday: Then & Now

1985 photograph from the NRHP nomination form From its opening in 1904 to its closing in 1975, the Carnegie Library was a cultural and educational center for the small, central Texas community of Belton. However, its days of serving the community were not over when the library relocated to a new building. The Bell County… Continue reading Thursday: Then & Now

Art Deco, China and Pottery, Uncategorized

Art Deco Friday – or is it Art Deco?

No this isn't really an Art Deco style china pattern, but it is quickly becoming my favorite just because it reminds me of the 1920's and 1930's styles commonly referred to as Art Deco.  The gentle swirls on the rim and graceful lines could have put this china on the Great Gatsby's elegant tables, couldn't… Continue reading Art Deco Friday – or is it Art Deco?