Jim Linderman blog about surface, wear, form and authenticity in self-taught art, outsider art, antique american folk art, antiques and photography. Dull tool and dim bulb were the only swear words my father ever used. Items from the Jim Linderman collection of vernacular photography, folk art, ephemera and curiosities. (Note: if anyone believes an image contained violates their rights or insults their intelligence, simply point it out and I will remove)
Circa 1935 real photo postcard. Written on reverse "Here is a picture of the higest bucking in the west. They put rubber hooves on the horse hoofs for an experiment but he got to going so high they had to shoot him to keep him from bucking himself to death. Sworn to by a
Real Photo Postcard Colorado circa 1935 Collection Jim Linderman
One of a number of original drawings from a Excelsior Stove Company promotional writing pad from the turn of last century. Slighty larger than 3" x 5". It is rather extraordinary that such a small, disposable advertising item from over 100 years ago remains!
Antique American Folk Art Drawing by a child. C.1900. Collection Jim Linderman / Dull Tool Dim Bulb