Tuesday, July 19, 2005

In the Bowels of Pollock's Toy Museum

Eddy Fawdry, grandson of the museum's creator, stands by as Hugo Brown the great, great, great, grandson of John Kilby Green, the legendary, and some say original, toy theatre publisher, holds the original copper printing plate, engraved by his ancestor, for the most famous scene for the most famous toy theatre play of them all, 'The Miller and his Men'.
Eddy Fawdry on the left, Hugo Green on the right here...in the bowels of Pollock's doing inventory. Now, to some, that might look like their idea of hell. To me, it would be my idea of heaven! If the walls could only talk... (Watch out for your head there, Eddy!) Posted by Picasa

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