Photograph of the Columbus Anvil & Forging Company,123- 127 West Frankfort Street, January 31, 1950. A sign above the CA&F sign reads "The Superior Die Tool and Machine Company." The Columbus Anvil & Forging Co. was founded by Tom Long, a former employee of the Columbus Forge and Iron Company, and operated from about 1900 until the mid-1950s. They were best known for their Arm and Hammer brand anvils. Columbus Citizen Journal
Spent Shells Along The Atlantic (2009 HC/DJ) Signed by Tom Long (Duck Hunting) | eBay #WaterfowlHunting #DuckHunting
ONE OF A KIND HANDCRAFTED AND HAND-PAINTED TOM DOLAN SIGNED WOOD PIG. HE HAS A STEEL COLORED BODY WITH BLACK TRIM THAT GIVES HIM THE APPEARANCE OF HAVING RIVETED SHEETS OF METAL IN A STEAMPUNK FASHION. MEASURES 10 INCHES HIGH BY 17 INCHES LONG AND IS SIGNED ON THE BACK RIGHT LEG. SHOWS A BIT OF WEAR
Navajo Native American Turquoise and Lapis Earrings by Brian Tom. This is a pair of Navajo Native American handcrafted earrings by Brian Tom. These earrings are created with Turquoise, Lapis and Pink Mussel Shell set atop Mother of Pearl. Both settings are signed by Brian noted as BT. The earrings are approximately 1 3/4 inches long as measured from the center of the french ear loop to the bottom of the setting and are approximately 5/8 inch wide at the widest point. Total weight of the…
Framed 8x10 Photo - Signed by Tom Hanks, Shelley Long and Maureen Stapleton
Big in Japan Bar ~ You may not notice the sign or even the door – it adds to the sense of mystery of this high-class drinking establishment. From the vaporous curtains to the long shiny U-bar, the atmosphere here is distinctly speakeasy, and the classic cocktails maintain that illusion. The champagne cocktail will never go unwanted, and the Tom Collins is fizzy and tart, as it should be. #Montreal #Bars #Speakeasy #Big_in_Japan_Bar
Co-sponsor of the ADA, Senator Tom Harkin laid down some sign language knowledge at the Democratic National Convention. The former senator was a long-time columnist for #ABILITYMagazine. Learn more: http://www.abilitymagazine.com/senator-tom-harkin.html.