Monthly Archives: December 2012

‘A Lady’ is Festive

Really nice to have located this ‘Seasonal’ output from the columnist / commentator of, I’m fairly confident in dating, the first decade or so of the 1900s – a fascinating insight into an Edwardian Christmas. Not too sure that the … Continue reading

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Guitar Man, Part 1

It was exactly like a chapter from Accordion Crimes – if you squinted your imagination and overlooked the fact that the instrument travelled for thousands of miles and (spoiler alert) never made it back home; but in defence of the … Continue reading

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