February 1972

Volume 23
Issue 2

Features 

A FAMOUS HISTORIAN RECALLS THE COUNTRY WHERE HE GREW UP

When one weary woman refused to be harassed out of her seat in the bus, the whole shaky edifice of Jim Crow began to totter

“57 VARIETIES” WAS ONLY A SALES SLOGAN, BUT H. J. HEINZ UNDERSTOOD FROM THE START THAT THERE WAS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR HONEST PRODUCTS AND WELL-TREATED WORKERS

The key to control of Canada was a city whose defenders doubted they could hold out for long once the American Rebels attacked

Henry Ford bought a $75,000 Stradivarius, learned to play “Turkey in the Straw,” and tried to teach all those Model T riders how to do-si-do like Grandpa

February 1972

Departments 

POSTSCRIPTS TO HISTORY