Due to the wonderfully tremendous response I got from you folks on the ”antics” (to put it mildly) of my late uncle, Oscar Moss, I thought it appropriate to tell another one. Again, a true story.
Rochelle’s the blogomeistress, Piya Singh, the photo contributor.
Oscar took me to his first “print shop,” a run-down structure on his farm. He showed me some of his first printings from World War II, where he learned the print trade.
“I used to draw the cartoons. This got me in trouble with the commanding officer.” I looked and about lost it —- a drawing of a platoon of soldiers lined up and all thumbing their noses at the commanding General. The caption below it read: “Lieutenant, I TOLD you when the General’s visiting, not to make them do a salute and an ‘eyes right’ at the same time!”
Once again, his pic from 1932. Thanks, Oscar. I wish you could have lived to have seen all this. You’d have had your own blog.