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  • The Case of the Black Dog of San Pasqual

    Case Black Pasqual

    Linda Pauling and her father enjoying a calmer moment with a dog in 1934.[In honor of the dog days of summer, we present here a fictional “L.A. noir” retelling... Read more

    The 16 August 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Teaching Children About Ellis Island Intelligence Testing

    Teaching Children About Ellis Island Intelligence Testing

    Contributed by Jodi Kearns Cathy Faye.On June 29, 2017, we participated in a teacher workshop on immigration at Stan Hywet Hall Gardens. Read more

    The 14 August 2017 by   Chp
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  • Searching for the Oliviers in Australia

    Searching Oliviers Australia

    Anyone hard-core history geek knows the thrill of visiting places where one's favorite historical figures lived, worked, or otherwise stayed. Perhaps even more... Read more

    The 07 August 2017 by   Kendrajbean
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  • Sailors' Society, Limehouse

    Sailors' Society, Limehouse

    This sign caught my eye while I was exploring Limehouse Town Hall. The jaunty red and navy blue, highlighted by the late afternoon sun, draw the attention. Read more

    The 06 August 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • Stylish to the End

    Stylish

    [An examination of Linus Pauling’s sense of style during the 1980s and 1990s. Part 4 of 4.]At Deer Flat Ranch with Ava Helen near the end of her life, 1981. Read more

    The 02 August 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Smoke Machines

    Smoke Machines

    With plain packaging, screened-off displays, and age limits, cigarettes are not as visible or easy to buy as they once were. Indeed, it's easy to forget that yo... Read more

    The 02 August 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • Hackney's Tin Tabernacle

    Hackney's Tabernacle

    When a Presbyterian congregation in Shrubland Road, E8 built their chapel in 1858, it is unlikely they thought it would still be standing today - for the... Read more

    The 30 July 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • Dreaming of Dinan

    Dreaming Dinan

    One of the loveliest towns in Brittany, Dinan has historic ramparts, half-timbered houses, and a vertiginous descent to the port below. Read more

    The 26 July 2017 by   Carolineld
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  • Scientist, Sartorialist

    Scientist, Sartorialist

    [Part 3 of 4 examining Linus Pauling’s sense of style. Today’s post covers the 1960s and 1970s.]Posing with a model near the end of his time at Caltech,... Read more

    The 25 July 2017 by   Scarc
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  • Happy Parents’ Day!

    Happy Parents’ Day!

    Contributed by Lizette R. Barton.Yesterday was Parents’ Day and since psychology and parenting go hand in hand, I was charged with writing a blog for the... Read more

    The 24 July 2017 by   Chp
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