The Dayly Wonder is a family newsletter that has been published by Bonnie since 1962. For the first few years of its existence it had a readership of two and appeared in Denmark and the United States. Just before going online its readership climbed to twenty-five, including residents of Thailand and New Zealand. It had at times been read in Africa and on the European continent.
The first issues were produced with pencil and carbon paper. In the seventies colored editions were produced with a hectograph duplicator. Xerox took over in the eighties. In the nineties computer graphics packages and laser-jet printers added a new look.
Edition 107 in 1998 was the first edition of the Dayly Wonder to appear online.
Editions previous to 107 have been reformatted for the web, and some pictures have been replaced or enchanced.
Editions for years 1964 through 1997 will be posted when I find the time.