We live in amazing times. So much can be available at your fingertips.
This is another of my series of the things I found while writing my Mermaids story.
Here is the Research Odds and Ends Series
A nice little video about lobsters.
Radio row pages.
Character names? back to the 1880’s just pick the age.
Amazing videos on this channel.
Don’t forget to check your relatives for old slides. You never know what might turn up
A great site for vintage clothing.
Handbook for artillery, 1920.
Army boots WW1 and previous.
German replica boots.
Library Of Congress Historic American Engineering record for Coney Island(Stillwell Ave.” Subway station.
Use this to make a calendar.
Chasing telescopic sights.
Circular saw history.
What I think of when I wrtie about Sal’s car.
Sort of what the Academy’s shop is like.
A book of sailor’s yarns
The History of the Macy parade and balloons.
Page in Spanish on the Wilhelm Der Grosse, a HAPAG Lloyd steamship.
The ships sister was interned by the US during the war and used as a transport.
More NYC stuff.
Yes, the curb market was real.