PAP'S WALLET In the 1960s, ads were appearing in certain magazines for women willing to pose nude for "polaroid snapshots". My grandfather, Ernest Lightner (Pap) appears to have participated in this early form of photography being used as adult entertainment, by purchasing such polaroids. My father shared Pap's wallet with me one day in 2013, many years after my grandfather passed away, and a stack of nude Polaroids were among the contents of his worn cowhide wallet. Each with a personalized signature on the backside. My theory is that Pap named each of the models and wrote their names himself as the handwriting is characteristic of his own. Though, I will never know. I spent very little time with my grandfather and to this day he remains a mystery to me. The few facts I do know, is that he was a WWII Veteran and somehow lost his right eye, but no one seems to know how. He also made a habit of chopping up my grandmothers piano to use for firewood as he didn't want her to have something of her own.