Volume 1 – #1 & #2 – Birds Illustrated by Color Photography Active

Volume #1 and #2 are now active again here. There are twenty articles to read. These were originally posted around 2012 here, but they were originally written in 1897. Birds Illustrated by Color Photography Volume 1, Number 1, January 1897 and Volume 1, Number 2, February 1897

When you look at the Vol1 #2 articles, there are old photos of advertisements back then (1897) that are quite interesting. I enjoyed re-reading these again while I was moving the post back. If you have the time, you just might enjoy these:

Ad for Birds Illustrated by Color Photography, 1897

Ad for Birds Illustrated by Color Photography, 1897

Volume 1, Number 1, January 1897 (Articles will be Green when re-activated on Lee’s Birdwatching Adventures Plus)

The Nonpareil – Painted Bunting
The Resplendent Trogon
The Mandarin Duck
The Golden Pheasant
The Australian Grass Parrakeet
The Cock-Of-The-Rock
The Red Bird Of Paradise
The Yellow Throated Toucan
The Red-Rumped Tanager
The Golden Oriole

Volume 1, Number 2, February 1897

The Blue Jay
The Swallow-Tailed Indian Roller
The Red Headed Woodpecker and The Drummer Bird
Mexican Mot Mot
King Parrot Or King Lory
The American Robin – The Bird Of The Morning
The Kingfisher – The Lone Fisherman
The Red Wing Black Bird – The Bird Of Society
Blue Mountain Lory
The American Red Bird

These are being prepared. Stay Tuned!!

Birds Illustrated by Color Photography – Revisited

An Ad for Birds Illustrated, 1897

An Ad for Birds Illustrated, 1897

5 thoughts on “Volume 1 – #1 & #2 – Birds Illustrated by Color Photography Active

  1. I love reading old advertisements. I sometimes look for really old magazines just to see the old ads and the old hairstyles. I also love old Christmas catalogs and follow a site that has whole catalogs to view from as far back as the 1930’s. These ads that you’ve posted are really interesting — especially the school furniture and the one with the magazine for reform

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      • Almost always. I’m usually not too far away from a cup of coffee — or sometimes tea. The funny thing is that I often carry the same cup around with me all day. If I’m out to work, I warm it up in whatever microwave is handy, and if I’m home I keep warming it up in mine. I don’t know that I’ve ever actually finished more than two cups on most days, and in my 5-cup pot (which, of course measures by 6 oz. cups) I sometimes have a whole mug full left over, and I warm it up the next morning. Technically, my 5-cup pot makes exactly two 16 oz. cups of coffee. But I think I carry a cup around like a child carries his favorite blankie — it’s a comfort thing. I know — I’m weird. But God loves me anyway. :)

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        • Yes, He does. Thankfully, many of us fall under that same Love and Grace.
          I do not like stale coffee. I woof mine down while it is still at least warm. I drink 4 – 5 “whole” cups a day. 2 AM and 2-3 PM. :)

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          • I have occasionally drunk everything in the 5-cup pot in one day, but not usually. Of course, I often intersperse a cup of tea or two as well, so I’m still drinking stuff, just not always from the same pot.

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