Historic Dwarfs:  Bertholde

Imagine a day when a children's magazine would run a series entitled "Historic Dwarfs." Yet such was the case a century ago, in the pages of ST. NICHOLAS MAGAZINE.


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     Posted By: Paul - Wed Aug 04, 2010
     Category: Freaks, Oddities, Quirks of Nature | Magazines | Children | Historical Figure | Natural Wonders

wow, that wouldn't play today. far too un-pc. 😊
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 08/04/10 at 01:35 PM
That must had been where jesters originated. Smart mouthed creepy characters.
Posted by MNIceLady on 08/04/10 at 04:55 PM
How about our great modern ones .. Like Verne Troyer or Gary Coleman ???

I love being non-PC
Posted by ANON in Nowhere on 08/04/10 at 06:51 PM
yes you do sugar! hey atleast those guys are kinda cute. (was in gc's case)
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 08/04/10 at 07:18 PM
Dwarves scare me :grrr:
Posted by done on 08/07/10 at 07:19 PM
don't worry, i'll protect you sweetie! on a side note, might i point out that there are forest gnomes too dan. just a thought.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 08/07/10 at 10:03 PM
also wisps, and fairies, brownies, then the gnomes, boggarts, trolls, fairy kings, unicorns, and don't forget Titania, the Fairy Queen. I know, I play Riddle-o-Day on Big Sea games, now moving to Treasure Quest on Facebook. Yep - they're real, all right. It's on the internet.
Posted by done on 08/08/10 at 10:33 PM
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