First, let's do the numbers:
A total of 439 posts so far....sheesh....makes me tired just thinking about that...
2019 possible posts:
-Alabama's "Weird Tales" Connections
-Shelby County's Silent Movie Star: Henry Walthall
-Some Old Alabama Postcards (2) [I've acquired a number of new goodies for this post]
-Harriet Martineau Visits Alabama in 1835
-There's a Ticket Stub for That [a journey through 30 or so years of movies, concerts, etc.]. I've actually begun some organizational work behind the scenes on this one, which was also on last year's list.
-Alabama Actors R.G. Armstrong & Harry Townes [You probably know their faces, since both men had very active film and television careers]
-A Legacy & Justice Visit to Montgomery
-New entries in ongoing series, such as films with Alabama connections
-Family history stuff, such as "A Memory Tour of Huntsville" & "Some Alabamians in New Orleans (2)" [That latter one may become a regular feature as long as our son Amos is living there!]
-The usual crop of posts on "let's connect [fill in the blank] to Alabama!"
-The usual crop of stuff I haven't even thought of yet
I guess I better get to work...
This photo shows the Carnegie library in Eufaula around 1910. The ones below show the interior.
P.T. Barnum in 1851
From the 2018 post:
For the fourth time I'm taking a look at what's ahead for AlabamaYesterdays in the coming year, and what kind of success I've had fulfilling my own prophecy at the beginning of 2017, etc. All previous posts are below.
I maintain a long laundry list of possible blog post topics. Some may never get done, but I keep the wish list going. Here's a few I HOPE to do in 2018:
-Carnegie Libraries in Alabama
-Ambrose Bierce in Alabama
-Alabama Women at the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893
-Alabama Author Michael McDowell's 1977 Dissertation on Death
-Birmingham Doctors in 1920
-P.T. Barnum Visits Alabama
-Langston Hughes' Alabama Poems
-There's a Ticket Stub for That [a journey through 30 or so years of movies, concerts, etc.]
-Vladimir Putin's Alabama Connections [just kidding--maybe]