Articles with keyword "twentieth century"
The great man of science had more than a passing interest in alchemy.
The Americans triumphed over yellow fever, landslides, and worker strikes to change the earth's landscape.
Fifty-five outdoor sculptures define a modern sensibility at tiny Ursinus College.
Sometime in the late 1960s or early seventies, a neighbor told Guan Moye about a writer he knew whose work was so popular that he could afford to eat jiaozi—“those tasty little pork dumplings
Maine holds a conference relating war trauma to classical literature in Washington, D.C.
Massachusetts focuses on the food imagery in Eric Carle's illustrations.
This ingenious handmade apparatus for cranial osteopathy, ca. 1930s, was constructed from pieces of two catchers’ mitts and a belt. Cranial osteopathy, developed by Dr.