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Rare Historical Picture – Women’s Special

Women’s Special Could Be Costing to More Than You Think Women’s hair wasn’t shaved. Each poet is absolutely free to design the one-year position however he or she’d like. Find out more about Susan B. Anthony. Needless to say, this was still a fantastic improvement over nothing! All materials consulted must be dealt with fantastic

The Mona Lisa stolen from the Louvre, 1911

The half-length portrait of Lisa Gherardini, done by the Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, also comes with a rich history of casualties. The most notorious one happened on 21 August 1911, when the painting was stolen. It was the French painter, Louis Béroud who had come to The Louvre the following day and saw

First Miss America Beauty Contest (1920s)

With the flapper era bringing in a new breed of girls, bathing beauty contests were popping up in cities throughout the United States. Miss America beauty contest began in Atlantic City in 1921. Chicago capitalized on this trend in 1922 by starting the Miss Chicago contest, which is still held yearly, and Texas followed suit

The History of Chicago Illinois 1920s

Chicago is a significant transportation hub in the States. It does a lot of things in a big way. Not surprisingly Chicago has a great deal of big buildings. It is a major world financial center, with the second largest central business district in the United States. Downtown Chicago, the company center, is called the