It's the end of the year -- and you all have been fantastic at picking off the trivia questions. Over time I guess the accomplishments of Owen, Richard Paschal, Jason Mazzone, Calvin Massey, Alissa Ardito, Joan Vogel, Bob Steinfeld, Joel Eisen, Robert Folsom, Brando Starkey, and anyone else who picked off a trivia question this year whom I've failed to list will live in myth and memory. And over time the memory and the myth will converge. That's how this memory business works, after all.
So I guess it's time to have a really tough test. Even if the heading of this post is an exaggeration (which it may not be), this is certainly very, very difficult. This is the hardest antebellum trivia question I've asked and it's the kind pf question I don't think is fair, really -- it's in a very obscure place. Where is it and what is it? And why is it important? Good luck. Even with the writing on the front it's an absurdly difficult question. Go ahead, google it. See if that helps. When you're ready for a hint let me know.