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KarenBabis: I never saw a Purple Cow, I never hope to see one, But I can tell you, anyhow, I'd rather see than be one! -Gelett Burgess

XwhosCom: Gelett Burgess (Artist) Born: Boston, Massachusetts, United States Date of birth: 1866-01-30

froonium: I now have seen an orange-skinned rat I never hoped to see one But here's my proclamation that I'd rather see than be one. . (Apologies to Gelett Burgess)

brianjayjones: Ever wonder where the term “blurb” comes from? Here you go: while self-promoting his 1907 book ARE YOU A BROMIDE? writer/artist Gelett Burgess created an obviously fake ad in which his book was effusively praised by “Miss Belinda Blurb,” caught in "the act of blurbing."

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AHAAamericanart: Image: Gelett Burgess, “War-Song of the Liverbone Goops,” Harper’s Magazine, April 1906 7/7

quodid: “Our bodies are apt to be our autobiographies.” —Frank Gelett Burgess

valeriecheers11: The feat of women is the beginning of knowledge. - Gelett Burgess

NeedsARibbon: I never saw a Purple Cow, I never hope to see one; But I can tell you, anyhow, I'd rather see than be one. Poem by Gelett Burgess in 1895. First thing I though of when I saw this stamp set called Over the Moon.…

marseelee: If in the last few years you haven't discarded a major opinion or acquired a new one, check your pulse. You may be dead. - Gelett Burgess

sunflowerarts: “There is work that is work and there is play that is play; there is play that is work and work that is play. And in only one of these lies happiness.” -Gelett Burgess

kgjmoment: Etymology of blurb In 1906/1907 American Booksellers Association banquet, Gelett Burgess hands out copies of his new book Are You A Bromide? Book jacket features a photo of a woman - Miss Belinda Blurb - & a new role: blurbing, thus coining the promotional text on a book-jacket.

ZBooksTX: And now you know: In 1906, at the 1907 American Booksellers Association banquet, Gelett Burgess hands out copies of his new book Are You A Bromide? The book jacket features a photo of Miss Belinda Blurb, thus coining the promotional text on a book jacket.

Axxman300: TODAY: In 1906, at the 1907 American Booksellers Association banquet, Gelett Burgess hands out copies of his new book Are You A Bromide? The book jacket features a photo of a woman—Miss Belinda Blurb coining the promotional text on a book-jacket.

JackSussek: TODAY: In 1906, at the 1907 American Booksellers Association banquet, Gelett Burgess hands out copies of his new book Are You A Bromide? The book jacket features a photo of a woman—Miss Belinda Blurb—and a new role: blurbing, thus coining the promotional text on a book-jacket.

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Marc_Leibowitz: Georges Braque, 1908, photograph published in Gelett Burgess, The Wild Men of Paris, Architectural Record, May 1910

PoetryAlive: I never saw a Purple Cow, I never hope to see one; But I can tell you, anyhow, I'd rather see than be one. — Gelett Burgess

freefaler: “Our bodies are apt to be our autobiographies.” by Frank Gelett Burgess

batt_allen: A bald eagle nest with eaglets looms high above the cattle, none of which are purple. Frank Gelett Burgess wrote: “I never saw a purple cow. I never hope to see one. But I can tell you anyhow. I'd rather see than be one.”

TashaJacksTweet: “Our bodies are apt to be our autobiographies.” — Frank Gelett Burgess

Eljefe611: “Our bodies are apt to be our autobiographies.” - Frank Gelett Burgess

cruis2baltimore: 1909 Blue Goops and Red Manual Polite Deportment Manners Children Gelett Burgess

raymondsnow8: Gillette as a boys' name is an Old French name, and the meaning of the name Gillette is "young Gilbert". Gillette i...

netbsdsrc: games/fortune/datfiles: fortunes jakllsch: Incite the "Purple Cow" wrath of Gelett Burgess upon ourselves.

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warsonapoleon: "Thinking a smile all the time will keep your face youthful." - Frank Gelett Burgess

warsonapoleon: "Our bodies are apt to be our autobiographies." - Frank Gelett Burgess

cruis2baltimore: 1909 Blue Goops and Red Manual Polite Deportment Manners Children Gelett Burgess

ThomasD00518977: If in the last few years you haven't discarded a major opinion or acquired a new one, check your pulse. You may be...

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