WAIT - what? Sigmund Levy, Editor? My grandfather was the editor?
Looks like he really was. Or as my dad would say - "well he was"!
Yep, there it is in black and white. Sigmund Levy, Editor.
Here's the back cover.
I just love looking at all of the advertisements. The Undertakers are still advertising - and this one has a Lady Assistant!
Brunswick was also a big advertiser.
Here's another shaving parlor. New porcelain baths and no waiting - what more could you ask for?
And here you could buy foreign postage stamps and old coins. Since my dad loved to collect stamps, I can imagine my grandfather did, too. I'll bet he was a customer here.
Fresno Pharmacy looks like a pretty interesting place. My grandmother's family owned a mercantile in Monterey and the pictures look much like this. I'll bet it was a fun place to shop.
At the time of Sig's death in 1968, he worked for Pearson's Realty, which was established in 1919. I wonder if this was the first Pearson business in Fresno.
It was fun to see an "Alphabet in the Christmas Stocking". Here's a portion (of course, I had to include the "L").
And Sig was the captain of the tennis team.
I knew that Sig played tennis - I love this photo of him which looks to be after high school. But I had no idea he played in high school or that he was the captain!
Lots more yearbooks to come.