Ex Libris. Index of subjects (and persons)

"Sometimes you go looking for one thing, and you find something else." (Ref. lost)

Search for the character string you are looking for. Search for the minimum string. Example: Instead of: "Smiling faces tell lies", search for something like: "smiling".

This page is obviously the inverse of what one sees at the back of a printed book. I (BMcC) am experimenting here, and thinking about indexes.

To err is human, and this website has gotten so complex thatseems to me (BMcC[18-11-46-503]) highly unlikely I haven't messed up some stuff in it, especially by 𝄆my very efforts to keep everything straight𝄇. Believe it or not, I (BMcC[18-11-46-503]) do believe I have verified that every page here can be accessed starting at the index page without cheating by accessing it from an audit page.. Any thoughts, my reader?

  • 100W. Cold, Spring, Lane, Baltimore, Marylend, Apartments, Buildings
  • 515. Wyngate, Road, Split, Level, Suburbia, Suburban, Wakefield.
  • 1983. Architecture, Kitsch, Broch, Venturi, Khan, Johnson.
  • 4109. Richmnod, Virginia.
  • 61a. TBD.
  • 7027. Breguet.
  • 703. Croton, Lake, Road, Stonecrest.

Total: 407 

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