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A hankering for house cars—and trailers and motor homes—has diverted Americans for more than seventy years
During the 1920s the city spurred local rail traffic with an unparalleled run of superb and stylish posters
Fascinating legal cases such as Hawkins v. McGee are known to lawyers across the land—and to almost nobody else.
A distinguished journalist and former presidential adviser says that to find the meaning of any news story, we must dig for its roots in the past
He was the most naturally gifted of The Eight, and his vigorous, uninhibited vision of city life transformed American painting at the turn of the century. In fact, he may have been too gifted.
For this crime, she was arrested, held, indicted, and put on trial. Judge Hunt presided.
When many of our greatest authors were children, they were first published in the pages of St. Nicholas
For many children who accompanied their parents west across the continent in the 1840s and '50s, the journey was a supreme adventure