Sunday, June 9, 2013

Shades The Magazine - GoldenRule Days


The relaunching of a magazine is far more hazardous than the launching of a new
battleship; for the latter is intended to be dangerous to its foes, whereas the former
is fraught with danger to its friends. Nor can the quality of the magazine, like that
of the ship, be tested by its trial trip; for the vast ocean of literature is covered with
the wreckage of periodicals that started out with every indication of making a long
and profitable voyage. Still, an enterprise that smacks not of peril makes no appeal
to a brave and aspiring soul; and in these piping times of peace, the pen is mightier
than the sword.  

William Lyon Phelps with a few adjustments by fM

It’s been dinosaur years, but Shades is back! Thank you for your support, letters of encouragement and ideas for a better old photograph centric magazine. It’s so good to be back. 

It has been a learning curve. The online world changes so rapidly we're learning all over again. But enough jawing, let's get started. Select the image above or Golden Rule Days to read the new Shades Magazine.

Yes, Shades The Magazine is back.

The Table Of Contents:

The Future of Memories - Painting A Life History
Documenting a Career At Sea
Denise Barrett Olson

The First Class Photograph
fM

The Healing Brush - Graduation Day
A Gelatin Silver Print
Janine Smith

Penny's Dreadful Secrets
Unlocking the Clues in Old Photographs
Penny Dreadful

A Picture's Worth
The Friends Album Finds Its Way Home
A Face Study
Missy Corley

To The Nines
School Days
A Little Class
Maureen Taylor

The Golden Rule Album
Surely it would give us a sense of space if we could see clearly a little
further behind us. Would it not be a good plan if every family appointed
a historiographer. 
The Living Age, 1913

Prom Photographs
When did the custom of proms begin in America?
fM

Behind The Camera
Yearbooks and Their beginnings
fM

A Family School Album
Sheri Fenley

In2Genealogy
How Will You Know?
You Must Look!
Caroline Pointer

iAncestor
My iLibrary
Denise Barrett Olson

School Photo Souvenirs
When This You See Remember me
fM

The Last Picture Show
From The Cornell University Art Gallery

Enjoy!

4 Comments:

Anonymous Denise Olson said...

Wooo Hooo! It looks great! I'll be spending may day absorbing all these delicious articles.

June 10, 2013 at 5:53 AM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

What an amazing e-magazine! I will be reading for days. I jumped to the genealogy article and I share your enthusiasm for finding ephemera. I haunt estate sales regularly. I returned a boy scout scrapbook I found here in Arizona that was from Detroit MI to the local Detroit troop. I sent a 1950's book of recipes to a Gastronomy Historian in NY. I built an Ancestry family tree for the scrapbook I found in Oregon containing birth announcements and work to get these precious bits to family members. What will future generations share? Digitized records of emails?

June 10, 2013 at 2:53 PM  
Anonymous Missy said...

Yay! Thanks again for letting me tell the Friends Album story! So glad to have you and Shades back, fM!

June 10, 2013 at 6:35 PM  
Blogger Jana Last said...

I want to let you know that your blog post is listed in today's Fab Finds post at http://janasgenealogyandfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/2013/06/follow-friday-fab-finds-for-june-14-2013.html

Have a great weekend!

June 14, 2013 at 10:31 AM  

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