The Decatur Dictator, Oberlin, Kansas, February 16, 1931
The Washington Post, Washington DC, June 13, 1916
I’m not sure! My only guess is maybe it’s supposed to be read like “zee big sap”? But I really don’t know..
Wilmington Daily Press Journal, California, February 22, 1930
Café, Paris, 1949
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri, August 4, 1909
Long Beach, California, ca. 1930
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, July 22, 1941
Oakland Tribune, California, February 11, 1888
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri, May 20, 1908
Chula Vista Star-News, California, November 26, 1959
looks like he had a face-lift and a manicure – but the Glarfs are still there!
The San Diego Reader says:
This is Rangui the blue Glarf. A Glarf is a cross between a dwarf and a dinosaur. The Glarfs were named and created by a 15 year old boy named Jerry Lee Gauss some time in the 1960’s. Jerry died in a traffic accident at age 19. This Glarf, along with it’s companion, Rumbi, the yellow Glarf, used to reside in the front yard of the Gauss family’s home home on Valley Road in Bonita until they disappeared in 1970. They were found found again in 1993 and relocated to their current spot in front of the Bonita Village Shopping Center on Bonita Road in 1999.
Shelbina Democrat, Missouri, December 19, 1888
One of the most amusing, as well as easily arranged entertainments for the Holidays, is a “Bubble Party.” Twenty or more ladies and gentlemen, enough clay pipes so each will have one, three or four bowls of soap-suds, and, say, half a dozen trifles, for prizes, are all that is required, the prized to be awarded to those who blow the largest bubbles, one of the party to act as referee.
I just got my shirt and I am IN LOVE!! Thank you so much Kalie!! My dad said he loved the picture of Le Chat so much he might even get it tattooed😍
The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, May 12, 1914:
Seriously, I’m super happy you like it. And I have a tattoo that I think is a little Le Chat inspired myself!
Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1927
The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, March 2, 1912
Valentines day snowstorm, Boston, February 14, 1940
The Tacoma Times, Washington, May 8, 1918
The Miami News, Florida, June 1, 1939
The Coffeyville Weekly Journal, Kansas, December 8, 1899
The Coffeyville Daily Journal, Kansas, June 11, 1897
Evansville Press, Indiana, January 14, 1909
Elizabeth Egerton Warburton, Viscountess Ashbrook, 1934