This week 40 years ago the Kansas City International Airport was dedicated by Vice President Spiro Agnew. Hard to believe that it’s living out its last few years.
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Weird juxtaposition – airport opening and a terror act
…but wait,there is more… Old Newspapers: Kansas City International Airport Dedication
Once, while I was walking somewhere with my Father, we met one of his patients. The guy had a pronounced limp. “He damaged his leg parachuting into Hungary in 1956”, my Dad told me when the guy schlepped away. For a long time this was all I’ve ever heard about the Hungarian Uprising of 1956.
…but wait,there is more… Old Photos: Hungarian Revolution of 1956
I interrupt slow vacation coverage and other musings to report on my recent archaeological trip to the Missouri Valley Special Collections to waste a day off photograph some artifacts from the Republican National Convention, hosted in Kansas City’s Kemper Arena in 1976.
…but wait,there is more… Republican National Convention of 1976 in Kansas City, MO
This article was published in the Life Magazine on August 23, 1948.
American Athletes Sweep the Olympics
They win 38 gold medals in games marked by many broken records, lots of rain but few quarrels – California beats all except three countries, but Dutch housewife takes top individual honors.
For 17 days – except for
…but wait,there is more… Old Photos: 1948 London Olympics
Starting in 1954 the Sugar Information, Inc. published ads in the Life Magazine and others promoting the health and weight-loss benefits of sugar. Of course in the 1950’s the sugar was delicious, healthy and local, not the corporate white death we have to eat today. Girls used it for an energy boost during a long
…but wait,there is more… Vitamin S