1 Spinning mule: This monster of a machine, the museum's prize exhibit, was made by Oldham-based Platt Brothers in 1904 for woollen cloth maker James Ives
(who wrote to Hunting Letters in November--Editor's note.), who thinks world-class game like the Spider Bull should be put on a pedestal for all to appreciate--that makes me all warm and fuzzy.
Regionally, the statement has attracted at least one critical letter - from James Ives
, pastor at Reedsport United Methodist Church.
Although the artists are shown as Nathaniel Currier and James Ives
, they were the owners of the printing company that produced the prints.
says he was merely curious about the group, and that he went undercover to do research for a novel.