Day 8 in the archives: Bailey and the Bard

Amy Halloran, posing by a deer (middle left of picture), in front of the mausoleum where Bailey is interred at Lakeview Cemetery in Ithaca. Photo by author.
Old Billy Shakes. The Flower portrait of William Shakespeare (now a known nineteenth-century forgery), courtesy Wikimedia Commons, public domain.

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Writer, reader, student, teacher, walker, talker, naturist, humanist, music-maker. www.johnlinstrom.com

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