Tag: Lea McCarty

  • Portraits of Old West Gunfighters by Lea McCarty

    Portraits of Old West Gunfighters by Lea McCarty

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    The “Wild West” caught the attention of the public in the late 19th-century, when in truth, it was no longer really wild. The cattle drives were over, the gunfighters had left the streets, and the industrial revolution was set on “full-steam-ahead.” Postcards by Lea McCarty help us remember the forgotten faces.

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To be a complete entrepreneur in the lemonade business you need to own groves of lemon trees, fields of sugarcane, a fleet of trucks, a centrally located distribution center, a lot of squeezing machines, millions of bottles, billions of paper cups and maybe several thousand eight-, nine-, or ten-year-old kids with card tables, checkered tablecloths […]

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