I hope you had a chance to enjoy our soiree on Monday. If, like me, you didn't get enough of 1930s England (or was it the waiters?), I've pulled together some tidbits from Drew's world!
Julianna is giving away a copy, so please comment and let us know you'd like to be in the drawing!
|First Edition Cover, or so says the internet|
Are you a fan of these two as well? Agatha Christie approved of Ms. Hickson for her snoop after seeing her in a play.
|Joan Hickson as Miss Marple!|
While the Great Depression set the U.S. on its heels, Great Britain hadn't had such a huge surge in industry, so the fall wasn't as steep. But "The Great Slump" saw very high unemployment, especially in the industrial north.
|1920s King George V (wikipedia)|
|1932 Car Show|
|The Morris Minor 1932 Newly Affordable at L100.|
Hitmakers of the decade included Ray Noble and his Orchestra, Duke Ellington, Harry Roy, Bing Crosby, Rudy Vallee, Annette Hanshaw, Guy Lombardo, Kate Smith, Tommy Dorsey Band...Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Band!
If you have a moment, PLEASE ENJOY this incredible rendition of ALL OF ME by Louis Armstrong!
Here's a toast to Julianna, Drew and Madeline!
Some movies to take you back...
A Good Woman
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day
Tea with Mussolini
May I recommend 'A Good Woman'? Cerebral, interesting and not what I was expecting.
|Hot off the presses! Congratulations, Julianna!|