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THE 1920s SELFIE
In this fascinating capture from nearly a century ago, we see the photographers of the Byron Company getting together for a portrait on the roof of Marceau’s photography studio in New York City. Holding one side of the camera with his right hand is Joseph Byron, while Ben Falk holds the other side with his left hand. The remaining three people in the photo are Pirie MacDonald, Colonel Marceau and Pop Core.
The photograph was taken in December of 1920 and is one of 23,000 Byron Co. prints digitized on the Museum of the City of New York’s Collection Portal. You can see an additional portrait of the same group that took place in December of 1920, but I am unsure if it was on the same day.
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Can you believe it’s almost St. Patricks Day? I thought everyone might be looking for a bit of Irish food. I just love a reuban sandwich, stacked high with corned beef, all warn and gooey from the cheese, and dressing. Oh yes a true delight for ones taste buds. I found this yummy recipe at Grandmothers Kitchen; and if you see any Leprechauns please send them my way I could use some of their gold.
1 pound thinly sliced deli corned beef or leftover cooked corn beef
2 tbl butter – softened
8 slices marbled rye or pumpernickel bread
8 slices swiss cheese
1 – 1/2 c sauerkraut, well drained,
1/4 cup thousand island dressing (opt).
This recipe is for 4 sandwiches
- Put the corned beef and swiss cheese on one piece of bread.
- Heap on sauerkraut, spread dressing over sauerkraut.
- Top with the 2nd piece of bread.
- Melt butter in skillet or on griddle over medium heat.
- Cook for about 4 minutes grilling the sandwich on both sides.
- Serve warm.
May The Luck Of The Irish Be With You