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Center for Creativity!
Wednesday, November 12?
Post # 54
I owe you more letters than I do apologies for not writing to you oftener. The preceding sentence defies logic but it sounds logical. As the mid-Victorian magician said to his wife as he sawed her in two, “I could not half thee, dear, so well loved I not Honoré best. (Honoré was a popular ladies’ name in the nineties.)
Friday, October 3, 1952
Good morning, my darling!
We put the finishung touches on “Duck Dodgers in the 24 ½th Century”
yesterday, saw it complete with music, sound, color—the works, in
short. It’s a parody on the “Space Cadet”, “Captain Video”, type
television show, but the funny thing is, it came out not only quite
funny, but exciting, too. The backgrounds were beautiful and very 24 ½
th cen-tury-ish. Try to say 24 ½ th century. It’s very difficult, is
it “twenty-fourth and a half” or “twenty-four and a halfth”?
The two-man photography exhibit, "Beyond the Surface" opened at the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity Tuesday evening, August 26th. Friends, admirers, and collectors of the photographers, Mick Victor and Pasquale Ferazzoli, came out to view the new work from these talented imagists.