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Coney Island Dawn – Frank H. Jump, Lemmy Caution & Noah E. Pardo

From the upcoming film Signs of Discoloration © Frank H. Jump

Frank H. Jump – Cinematography, Dr. Andrew Irving – Editing, Noah E. Pardo – Music

Open Cage: NEW YORK – Celebrating John Cage at 100 Eyebeam Art+Technology Center

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

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© Frank H. Jump

Dr. Andrew Irving © Frank H. Jump

Frank Jump © Frank H. Jump

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© Frank H. Jump

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Frank H. Jump

Frank H. Jump in Front of Eaglo Paint Ad – Nostrand Avenue & Glenwood Road – Flatbush 2001

Taken by Dr. Andrew Irving, Professor of Visual Anthropology, University of Manchester © Irving

This was taken by Dr. Andrew Irving a year before this ad was covered up. For more history of this ad go to the Fading Ad Campaign website. While I’m still editing for the publication of the eBook for this project, it is my desire to offer some of the images ahead of time.

Lithographing – 120 Prince Street, Soho NYC 2005

Lithographing - Prince Street
© Frank H. Jump

Lithographing – Manifold Books, Special Forms, Engraving

I took this shot at night in July 2005 while Vincenzo and I were walking with my buddy, anthropologist Dr. Andrew Irving through the streets of Soho. After looking at the reflection in the left window, it reminded me of Joseph Stella’s Brooklyn Bridge. So I dropped it in for posterity. I originally posted this image on the Fading Ad Campaign Website as one of Three Nonsequiturs.

Bayonne Babes – An Historic Meeting – July 12, 2007

© Frank H. Jump

Yesterday I had the honor of meeting Priscilla Ege & Alice Lotosky from Bayonne’s Peal Collection, LLC (business card below)-

Peal Collection LLC

We talked about the importance of historic preservation of signs & buildings to a community’s identity & tourism- which has a positive impact on commerce. My friend Dr. Andrew Irving, an Anthropology Professor who is visiting from London, was also present.

Dr. Andrew Irving

More on the Mayflower Barn

Death Notice
© Frank H. Jump

The back of William Penn’s grave and the holly were taken in Old Jordans. The images of Dr. Irving and myself were taken on the campus of the University of London in the same week in March 2001.

Thanks Dr. Andrew Irving!

For sale: Old Jordans and the Mayflower barn – preview

After nearly 100 years of Quaker ownership, the Old Jordans hotel and conference centre has been put on the market.

The sale package also includes the stable block, which was recently converted into a modern refectory, and the beautiful and historic Mayflower barn, reputedly built from the timbers of the ship that took the Pilgrim Fathers to the New World. The whole complex is expected to sell for around £2.5 million.

The property has been a part of Quaker life since as early as 1659 when William Russell, the owner of the land and a local farmer, held the first Quaker Meetings in the area. Also present at many of these early Meetings were George Fox, James Nayler and William Penn. The buildings passed out of Quaker ownership in 1738 but were reacquired in 1910 in a derelict state and converted into the guest house as we know it today.

Chris Bateman