More summer fun from There’s Something About the Wildwoods
Bathing beauties, from There’s Something About the Wildwoods
There’s Something About the Wildwoods - Travel brochure printed by the Department of Public Relations, Wildwood By-the-Sea, N.J, c. late 1950s/early 1960s.
Snowy ladies-only Thanksgiving, Wyoming, 1940s
Awesome TV-themed 1950s birth announcement.
Der Besuch der alten Dame (The Visitor), by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, 1956, Arche.
Cover illustration by Hermann Eggmann.
The Cross and The Switchblade by David Wilkerson and John and Elizabeth Sherill
Published by Pyramid Books (this is the 1970 reprinting with cover illustration by Lee Gregori).
This is one baby you don’t want to mess with.
Wedding - Polly & Dick, part II.
Wedding - Polly & Dick, 1957.
I Want to Be A Telephone Operator by Carla Greene, 1958. This printing 1962.
(Part 1 - I have another batch of illustrations from this book coming)
Revolt on Alpha C, Robert Silverberg
Illustrated by William Meyerriecks
Copyright 1955, 3rd printing 1963
The True Book of Sounds We Hear, 1960.
Wyoming, early 1950s.
The guy in the middle looks like a real character.