Robert E. Golden Home Page


"Abolition of Friday Thirteenth is Urged by  'Noted' Professor' ; Menace to Public Welfare and Soul's Serenity, Goofus Van Loon Asserts"

            "Advance Agent's Duties"

"Alagazam, Dear Reader! Pitchmen Tip the Office on How to Get the Cocoanuts"

            "America's First Kidnapping"

            "Ananias Club to Swap Lies in Odd House on Keck Farm"

            "And So It Happened-"

            "Bicycling 1934 Style, and Two Relics of Old Times"

            "Big Crowd Attends Acca Temple Benefit"

            "Bob Golden Leaves City"

            "Bob Golden Regrets to Refuse Bid to 'Boes' Londen Parley"

            "Br'er Groundhog, a Prophet---"

            "Bus Drive is Unsung Hero; Too Little Romance Safety-But Here's a Saga to His Skill and                 Many Will Agree it Even Outranks 'Steamboat Bill's'"

            "Code of Five Punishments Delays Chinese Festal Event"

            "Comrade Nish Gets No Bonus Although He Fought in War"

            "Conspiracy in the House"

            "'Cycling, Gay Sport of the '90's, Wins Fancy of Richmond Again"

            "Dance, Mates, and Live Long, Says Spry Tom McEneany"

"'Dhrunk? Just Celebhratin'!" Says Scion of King Brian Boru" ; Mr. Egg, Who Dropped the O' on the Boat Over, Sets Out to Do St. Patrick's        Day Green"

            "Does Tully Know His Circus?...Read This!"

            "Double Saves 4th Offender From Life Term in Sing Sing"

            "Dramatic Stock Column "

            "Employee of City Resigns; Isn't Earning Pay, He Says"

            "Fair Week Magic is Lure to Thousands"

            "Faithful Mule Commits Suicide"

"Fat Hogs, Prize Corn Give Way at Fair to Gay, Gaudy Midway"

            "Father's Day 4,000 Years Old In China Long Book, Says Woo"

            "Feud of Pitchmen First Flared Here"

            "Feud of Pitchmen Started in Newport News"

            "First Minstrel in Years Here"

"Foxhunt Forbles Flayed as Follies-Spit and Argue Club Leader Declares for New Deal For Reynard; Quits Post as Master of Hounds; Against Gang Practices"

            "Gimmick of Pitchmen's Parlance"

"Groundhog in Spotlight Today for Everybody but Professor-President of Spit and Argue Club Predicts Good Weather Regardless of Shadows",

            "Henrico Dog House, Inc., Acts on Sundry Matters"

            "Here's An Adventure Story That's Different"

            "Here's the Gimmick of this Bally" 

            "Hint's on Yuletide Joy Given By Head of State Julepers",

"His Majesty Protests; Jeff Davis, King of America's Hoboes, Denies He's Resigned the Throne, Defies Al Kaufman to Take it"

            "Hoboes of America Appoint Bob Golden Supreme Knight"

            "Hoboes to See Duke"

"Horse and Buggy Time Records Shattered by Liars' Club Head"

            "Hospital for Musical Instruments Found Here"

            "'Home Sweet Home', as Jinx"

"Jeff Davis, King of Hoboes, Denies he has Resigned his Throne"

            "Jefferson Lee, Canidate for Council"

            "Jim Tully's Circus Book"

            "Jonesy Gets a 'Property Plot' and Mulls Over Bygone Days"

            "King of Hoboes Gives New Rank to Bob Golden"

            "Lathering Richmond for Fifty Years"

            "Liars' Chieftan Finds Maxims of Order Can Be Boomerang"

            "Long Life Easy to Achieve, Says Spry 'Old Deacon Jim'"

            "Minstrelsy's Memory Lane"

            "'Mint Crusher' of Cedar Found, Cited as Proof in Julep Debate"

            "'Mis-tah Bones' and Cohorts Open Their Convention Here"

            "'NRA'; No Blue Eagles Perch on Warring Barbers Banners"

            "Officer Wonders if 1936 Yule Matches Pre-Prohibition Days"

"Oldest Man Gives Show Boat 'Hamlet' Edge on Greek Theatre here for Streamlined Drama"

            "One Beer for the Governor"

            "Palmy Days of Pitchdom"

            "Pistols and Coffee at Dawn for Two"

            "Police Probers Find No Ground For An Inquiry"

            "Politics Manic and Gun Put Editor on Spot"

            "Quaffs Beer to Save Girl"

            "Quaffs Beer to Save Woman"

            "Rabbit's Foot for Manager R.L. Giffen"

            "Richmond May be World Port Again"

            "Richmond Parade"

            "Rise and Decline of Negro Minstrelsy"

"Roving Venders of Wipes, Flukum, and Cornpunk Demand Their Rights"

            "Scarcity of Sticks and Hicks is 'Depression' to Pitchmen"

            "Seibel's Moses Crow"

"Showboat Days are Described by Impresario; Captain Billy Bryant Tells of Floating Theatre"

            "'Spooks' Walk When Lights Fail in Play"

            "Spotlight on the Property Man"

            "Spotlighting the Roving Fakir",

"Step-and-a-Half Give Calegorical 'Yes and No' to O.M.A.T.'s Query Concerning Broadcast"

            "Story on the Blind"

            "Sunbury's Favorite Actor Passes"

            "Taking the Cue"

            "Tales of the Road"

            "The Softening of Come-to-Jesus Jenkins"

            "Theophilus, Weary Farm Mule, Finds Life Dull-He's a Suicide"

            "This Reporter Wanted-And Got-Action"

            "Tobacco Field on Busy Corner Startles Richmond Sightseers"

            "Tribute to Fred and Moses Crow"

            "Trisected Angle Stir Recalls Bersh's Squared Circle Here"

            "True Bill Tales of the Town and Time"

            "'Two' Street in Throes of Barber War"

            "Untold Miles of Whiskers Add Hair-raising Note to Festival"


            "Wedding Bells End Prof. Jack's Unlucky Day"


            "Xmas Mall Has Record High: Peak is Expected Tomorrow"

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