Profile of Nicholas Blaikie Puk
It’s that time of year—all hearts, flowers and candy. It’s a holiday for love: between couples, between families, between friends. And it can also be…
Who knew that the famous slogan, “Melts in your mouth, not in your hand,” found its roots on the field of battle?
ASAIP Weekly newsletter The Journal, Vol 1 Issue 15
Jeff Kida The American West
Hawaii and Hunt’s Mesa/Monument Valley
In Observance of Memorial Day
They weren’t allowed to hunt husbands, wear makeup or chew gum, but Fred Harvey’s “girls” made a mark on the West.
They weren’t put on a pedestal, but ladies of the evening played a major role in settling the West, especially in places like Tombstone.
Lt. Frank Luke Jr. WW I Ace