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The Digital Public Library of America—Investigating American Diversity

I found this fascinating photograph of a sewing class at the Jerome Relocation Camp for Japanese Americans in Arkansas by typing “sewing pattern” into the search engine of the Digital Public Library of America.  This recent venture aims to collect … Continue reading

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A Well-Dressed Tourist, 1955

When I was a child, you got dressed up to go to the airport. It was viewed as a fancy destination, similar to going to the theater. However, I do not ever remember getting dressed up for car trips. Given … Continue reading

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