April 26, 2008

AKMA on Seabury


Has anyone else noticed how much James Lloyd Breck, instrumental in the founding of what eventually became part of Seabury-Western, resembles John Cleese. — Tobias


Added, for reference purposes, an early photograph of Breck attempting to return an item at the Nashotah General Store.

8 comments:

Grandmère Mimi said...

He does! He does! Where's the commentary? Although it stands quite well on its own.

Jane R said...

Well, they could be related, you know...

Country Parson said...

Well, you got me. You've been watching too many reruns of Monty Python methinks.

FranIAm said...

The chaplain for Fawlty Towers perhaps?

This made me laugh!

Erika Baker said...

As long as he doesn't mention the war...

WSJM said...

When I was at Nashotah they didn't sell dead parrots, but I've heard rumors that they may have resumed the practice.

susan s. said...

Click on the headline, Mimi.

Grandmère Mimi said...

Susan, thanks. I never thought to do that. At times, Tobias is way too subtle for me. There's the commentary. I'm bad at close reading of titles.