Mystery Pictures Part II – Bits and Pieces

Time for a bit of trivia and entertainment here on BoothieBarn.  Try your best to see if you can figure out what is shown in each of the twelve pictures below.  This time, I have only given you bits and pieces of the entire item or place.   When you think you’ve got them all (or given up) click on the “Check Your Answers” link below.  Good luck!

Mystery Picture #1:

Mystery Picture #2:

Mystery Picture #3:

Mystery Picture #4:

Mystery Picture #5:

Mystery Picture #6:

Mystery Picture #7:

Mystery Picture #8:

Mystery Picture #9:

Mystery Picture #10:

Mystery Picture #11:

Mystery Picture #12:

 

Check Your Answers!

So, how did you do?

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6 thoughts on “Mystery Pictures Part II – Bits and Pieces

  1. Richard Sloan

    I didn’t know #’s 8, 9, or 12. I recognized Robinson, as I have two copies of it. I have a replica of the Lincoln rocker, covered in the same fabric. A great quiz, David!

    • Sheila Johnson

      Richard Sloan ~ Please contact me ~ My name is Sheila ~ I have a Lincoln Rocker ~ I need to talk to you ~

  2. I got three wrong as well – # 3, # 8 and # 12 — I couldn’t make out Booth’s Boot to save my life! HA!

    Thanks, Dave!

  3. Laurie Verge

    I knew every one except the Horsehead Tavern sign, which didn’t look like that the last time I went down that road (is it falling apart now?) and the door at the Customs Building. That was fun…

    • Laurie,

      Yes, the Horsehead sign is slowly falling apart. The Google street view shows the sign as it was in June of 2009, seemingly complete:

      A few months later, at the end of October, the sign lost it’s middle plank:

      When I visited it in June of 2011, it looked like this:

      It’s sad to see it declining.

      Also, here is the whole Court of Claims building plaque about Seward’s house:

  4. richard Petersen

    I am in the minor league; flunked the course, got 1 correct.

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