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Saturday, May 15, 2010

Washington DC Back When


Here are two old Almanacs I later combined into one for the book. The black and white one predates the color drawing by a few years. Allen's Mink Yard is named in honor of my then-editor, the great Henry Allen, whose family has no connection to the mink ranching business, as far as I know.

I've lived around DC for 48 years, practically most of my life, so you can trust that anything I say about the city is true.


2 comments:

tateofkumquat said...

Cool Disco Dan! A real measure of how long you've been in Washington...

plagasse said...

Ditto! Sad to think there are Metro riders today who have never seen a Cool "Disco" Dan tag...