Category Archives: History

Road Trip to Utah — Zion National park

In April, I took a trip to Southern Utah. Originally, I wanted to go to Monument Valley, but, by the time I got back to Southern California, I had visited Zion Canyon, Red Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Kodachrome Basin, and driven 1,000 miles of backroads — and finally got to Monument Valley, returning home eleven days […]

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Orange Empire Railway Museum, Perris, CA

A few weeks ago, some friends of mine, from the [b] School, took a day trip that included the Orange Empire Railway Museum, in Perris, CA. I wasn’t able to go, that day, so when my wife suggested that we “take a little ride”, last Sunday, AND “allowed’ me to pick the destination, I jumped […]

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Memorial Day

My apologies for the scan of a scan of a scan, but I wanted to share the stories of my dad (center), and his brothers Edward and James. The three sons of Leonard and Elizabeth grew up in Pittsburgh (more accurately, East Pittsburgh), PA, along with three other brothers and a sister. In the late […]

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Civil War Portraits — Huntington Beach Civil War Reenactment, 2010

Labor Day Weekend brings the Civil War to Huntington Beach. Held each year, behind the library, in Central Park, it provides plenty of photo opportunities. Other scenes of the day. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2011 Paul Edward

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Democracy is…

About the challenge YOUR VOICE. YOUR PHOTO. The Challenge Take a photo that completes the phrase Democracy is… and share it with the world. *FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF RULES AND REQUIREMENTS VISIT: http://www.democracyphotochallenge.america.gov/rules.html. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2011 Paul Edward

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