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Articles with keyword "twentieth century"

Eudora Welty 1970


Eudora Welty Relished the Southern Summer Heat

From the sights and sounds of her open windows, she noted the changing of seasons.



A Museum that Tells the History of Manufacturing from Civil War Rifles to Modern-day Retail

New England mills adapated to the needs of the twentieth century.

illustration of "Bernice Bobs Her Hair"


How a Government Program to Spread Literary Culture Hit Upon a Great Formula

In the 1970s, a PBS miniseries brought short stories to the screen with significant success.

Photograph of Georgia O'Keeffe in Hawaii


Georgia O'Keeffe Paints Hawaii

Inspired by a lush landscape completely unlike her beloved desert, Georgia O'Keeffe put her own stamp on Hawaii.

Baseball glove by Mississippian who first faced Babe Ruth in Major League



Mississippian made marks with two firsts

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St. Louis’s First Black Detective Always Cracked the Case

Ira Cooper never let his leads go cold

playground slide


Death-Defying Merry-Go-Rounds and Knee-Scraping Climbing Bars Are Playground Memories of Many Americans

When a rocket you could climb or Cinderella's carriage inspired outdoor play