The center image is a copy of a drawing by cartoonist and family friend, Frank Fogarty. He was the creator of the cartoon, Clarence, published in the New York Journal from 1929 to 1948. He also worked on the cartoon, Mr. and Mrs., in the New York Tribune from 1924 to 1963. He drew it in pencil on a linen napkin at the wedding reception of my parents. It is yellowed with age, but remains a family keepsake.
The "Lord Baltimore" reference is because during the depression, my grandfather had to travel between Baltimore and New York to work so he could support his family.
The journaling is in the glassine envelope in the upper right hand corner. This was my first time working with glassine envelopes, and I'm ashamed to admit that I used up the whole pack before I could get one that was half-way acceptable. I ended up using Perfect Pearls and a rubber stamp.