In This Issue March/April 2008
Volume 29, Issue 2
Gary Cooper at the Aspen railyard, 1949.
Photo by Peter Stackpole, LIFE Magazine, Time & Life Pictures, Getty Images
Women's shoes in the early nineteenth century were ideal for doing nothing.By Nancy E. Rexford
The Duke of Lerma had the King's ear and, as a result, great power.By Antonio Feros
Georges Collinet was a rock ’n’ roll-playing, Cold War DJ; now he's an elder stateman of world music.By Dan Scheuerman
How two American women changed the stardards of style and scooped the Paris prognosticators.By Regina Lee Blaszczyk