Sunday, March 1, 2015

What's the Connection?

Take a moment and peruse the images?  What connections do you make? What do you see?
Want to confirm what you think?   Each link under the image will take you to source information about the image.  The colored image is a picture of a street in New York 1900. The name of the street is also the name of a street in Springfield, Massachusetts - his hometown.  I  wonder which one was his inspiration?

Teaching with Primary Sources always makes me think of Paul Harvey's line, "And now you know the rest of the story."


  1. Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! Love this gathering, Ruth, will share with my students. I knew about his work for the war & the early cartoons, but haven't thought about them this time. I have a post ready for tomorrow partly to celebrate his life. May I share your link? Happy Slicing!

  2. Sure - you might also share these other two links. (One is part of the caption)

  3. And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street is one of my favorite Dr. Seuss books! So great to see that photo. Clever post for today!


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