Friday, 23 November 2007
Hubert B. Titcomb (1901- 1998)
At 17 Hubert joined the Circuit Chautauqua as a tent driver, later progressing to a dancer who specialized in the Russian Cossak.
He lived in Oriental, NC, in a two-bedroom ranch with a large central room that he designed himself. In his small den, where he used a black-and-white TV well into the 1980s, hung a picture of the silent film star William S. Hart. He drew this pointillistic picture himself in the 1920s, and by the time Lee inherited it, it had turned quite sepia and brittle.
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