The last time I dared post about a long-dead hottie I was taken to task from some quarters for wasting people's time on someone who they would not be able to fuck right this minute. While I understand their frustration (not really) I can't help thinking that if I were to limit the pictures on this blog to pictures of boys I might actually be able to have, this would be a very quiet site indeed.
So who do we have here? This is Glen Halik, who in the first decades of the 20th Century traveled around America with his sisters Lois and Elsa giving recitals of music and dramatic readings. What kind of effect must he have had on the young girls (and boys) who saw him play in church halls and Chautauqua tents in those days before radio and television? I can only imagine that it was devastating.
Glen would go on to a long career as a teacher, not just of the violin, but engineering drawing, surveying and descriptive geometry. He was also concertmaster of the Traverse City, Michigan, Symphony Orchestra for many years. He lived to be 95 years old.