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Episode 3: The 27th Street Podcast

Episode 3 of the 27th Street Podcast is now available.

Today on The Twenty Seventh Street Podcast, I speak with Valerie and Jim Clark, Toronto’s vintage poster experts and co-owners of I Desire Vintage Posters. Here are some of the posters we talked about.

One of the most rare: Pan Am San Francisco Hawaii Overnight c. 1938 Frank McIntosh 27

One of the most rare:
Pan Am San Francisco
Hawaii Overnight c. 1938
Frank McIntosh
27″ x 41″
B+, L

Canadian Pacific/Cruise across the Great Lakes 1936 Norman Fraser 35 1/2

Canadian Pacific/Cruise across the Great Lakes 1936
Norman Fraser
35 1/2″ x 24″
A-,P, Silkscreen

Bally Lotus 1973 Bernard Villemot 62 1/4

Bally Lotus 1973
Bernard Villemot
62 1/4″ x 46″
A-,L

Jim Clark’s blog: be sure to check out Jim Clark’s blog, a wonderful source of information about vintage posters.

Notes on the music: I’m playing a home-made fretless salad bowl banjo for both the introduction and the ending music of this podcast. The intro is the first part of a traditional Old Time tune called Walking in the Parlor. The tune at the end of the podcast is an old time fiddle tune called Angeline the Baker.

Episode 4 coming soon: I’ll be interviewing film-maker, painter, writer and great reader, Candy Minx. We’ll be talking books and the Candy Minx World Peace Reading List.

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  1. WOW–I figured out how to like a wordpress blog–we are rare users of the like button on blogs–mostly related to not being savvy–but now I had success, I will practice that more–which makes “perfect”!

    On Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 3:50 PM, 27th Street wrote:

    > Eugene Knapik posted: “// > html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/3789515/height/360/width/640/theme/standard/direction/no/autoplay/no/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/preload/no/no_addthis/no/ > Today on The Twenty Seventh Street Podcast, I speak with Valerie and Jim > Clark, Toronto'”

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