Doo Dah Queen makes history at Pasadena museum


The parade is long over, but I am still in demand. Recently, the Pasadena Museum of History requested me to pose with one of my favorite purses for its slide show of Pasadena VIPs. The show will be part of its current “The Purse and the Person: A Century of Women’s Purses” exhibit. But it’s not all for the gals- prominent men have also been asked to sit with their favorite tote, whether it’s a briefcase, instrument case or something else.


I was thoroughly delighted when I walked in to the sitting to discover Terry Miller (my Knight of Camera Obscura) serving as chief photographer. He made me feel instantly at ease and we had some fun. I had brought along my Flying V guitar purse, a gift from Valerie, who is a member of my Official Entourage.



At the museum’s request, I brought Prince Andrew, Duke of Doo Dah as well. He is also known around town for his trombone playing in a number of bands and jams, plus the Pasadena City College Community Band.


The slide show isn’t playing just yet (I’ll keep you posted), but I thought that a few photos would pique your interest.


Ahhh, it’s good to be Queen! 


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