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CRUISING THE PAST

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CROSSING THE EQUATOR on the MOORE-McCORMACK LINES

On the 9th July 1913 Messrs. McCormack and Moore (both just shy of 33 years of age) formed Moore & McCormack Company, Incorporated, to charter ships, then to own them.  Capitalized at $5,000 with three officer-directors (Henry F. Molloy, as Secretary), with two desks in a ninth floor office of ... Read More »

LAST STREETCAR IN CLEVELAND, OHIO

Social History – Last Streetcar in Cleveland, Ohio. Last run of the Clark Avenue Trolley – 1940s… Cleveland Trolley Car 4068 at West 25th St. and Bridge Ave. in Cleveland, Ohio. Like most large American cites, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, had a large network of streetcar lines in the first half ... Read More »

New DOWNTON ABBEY – PBS 2013 – is disappointing.

New DOWNTON ABBEY is disappointing.  Shirley MacLaine wore jazz shoes and a frozen expression – Yankee ham acting at its worst.  Has Botox come to Downton?  American aging star flops in comparison to first class British performances. (Left: Dame Maggie Smith looks at Shirley MacLaine and wonders if she is ... Read More »