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The Line Up: The MIndfield Artist Collective brings us the paintings of Gil Humphrey. They also have brought us a sample of the complex and difficult fiction of the poet John Franklin. The ever chatty Empress of India finishes of this month's set.

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Volume 3 Issue 5
The Line Up New York. The Triangle Shirt Waist Factory Fire 1911. The company locked the doors of this sweatshop to control the movement of the seamstresses. The women in this picture jumped to their deaths to avoid incineration. ** TVFP is pleased to ann...

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This month a memoir from the artist Martin Frobisher and, of course, a note from HRH The Empress of India.

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Volume 3 Issue 4
The Line Up This month TVFP brings you  HRH, the Empress of India, but first t he artist Martin Frobisher , the famous Scratch Pad artist, whom we have known since Adam was knee high to a tick, has learned of our recent ontological difficulties and in respo...

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This month's line up: photography by Barbara Lynn Read, The Travels of the Velissa, TVFP remembers a lost friend, Outsider Art / The Vivian Girls, Gully Jimson makes an appearance as does HRH The Empress of India.

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Volume 3 Issue No. 3
South Parkdale Train Station circa 1910 ** This Month's Line Up Photography by Barbara Lynn Read The Travels of The Velissa TVFP   remembers a lost friend Outsider Art / Henry Darger and the Vivian Girls Gully Jimson makes a brief appearance in larger bol...

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Toronto photographer Phil Brown has sent TVFP this evocative picture. We particularly like Mr. Brown's creation of a powerful narrative within a single frame. * Image by Miko Maciaszek TVFP recommends this article written for the Globe and Mail by Wendy McL...

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TVFP is back from our brief hiatus. We have received a report from Linsday Hillcoat describing a Ugandan family's harrowing experience  .  .  .   .  As well The Empress of India is here with an anecdote on the gastronomical pitfalls of foreign diplomacy   .  .  .  .
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