Today, I am taking a break from answering your Ask Me Anything questions, but I promise to resume replying tomorrow.
I found this great cartoon on the Internet and pass it along for your enjoyment.
Also, Andee Werthman sent along a link to a very interesting article, "Traces of a Man Who Disappeared," which appeared in The New York Times on Monday. I invite you to read it; I think you will enjoy it and I thank Andee for passing it along.
By the way, I collected presidential campaign buttons in the late 1960s peaking with the 1968 election and I have a box of buttons that looks just like the drawer of buttons pictured in the article.
Professional femulator, Harry S. Franklyn, circa 1928.
Wearing 4.Collective (dress) and Stevens (shoes).