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A little boy making faces at Bushman, a famous gorilla from Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo. When he passed away in 1951 he went to the Field Museum.
 Bushman is still on display on the ground floor of the museum.
© The Field Museum, GN79754, Photographer John Bayalis.
Children girl and boy, holding hands and standing in front of case and making faces at Bushman, the Gorilla.
4x5 negative
1963

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

A little boy making faces at Bushman, a famous gorilla from Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo. When he passed away in 1951 he went to the Field Museum.

 Bushman is still on display on the ground floor of the museum.

© The Field Museum, GN79754, Photographer John Bayalis.

Children girl and boy, holding hands and standing in front of case and making faces at Bushman, the Gorilla.

4x5 negative

1963

I rehaired one of my dolls with acrylic yarn and it’s giving me vivid flashbacks to the queen doll from Prince of Egypt which I’m like 80% certain we had as kids. I can remember how it felt and all, which is what this doll reminds me of, but I can’t really remember if we really had it, or where it would possibly be.
I dunno, mate, it’s just really weird.