August 1969

Volume 20
Issue 5

Features 

Blaming the “Sambo” image on white historians, Negroes are tempted to produce an equally false picture of their racial past
The odds were all against him. His only credential seemed to be self-confidence—and who had ever heard of a steel bridge?
FOREVER WILD?
Anonymous
Behind the ancient towers of his Northumberland home are the unique Revolutionary War battle maps of the general who saved the British from disaster at Lexington
FORECAST FOR SEPT. 21… RAIN, PROBABLY HEAVY TODAY AND TOMORROW, COOLER,FRESH SOUTHERLY WINDS
The cantankerous Californian’s utterly candid opinions, aver thirty years, of the Presidents he knew, the senators with whom he served, and the (to him) alarming changes in the America he loved
August 1969

Departments 

BEFORE THE COLORS FADE