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  • Poster Postcards Part XIIBoys Town, Nebraska

    Poster Postcards Part XII

    Boys Town, Nebraska

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    In a masterful piece of research done by CBS News in the 1980s, over ten thousand people were asked to identify a set of ten historical images. The results were not surprising: The most widely known among the ten was Montgomery Flagg’s poster image of Uncle Sam; second was J. Howard Miller’s Rosie the Riveter; and third was…

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Nancy Beckworth Harris
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The income from his creative writings made Edmond Eugène Alexis Rostand one of the richest men in his time. His wealth was indeed impressive because his first play – The Red Glove ¬– was written, staged, and nearly forgotten, seven years before the first word of his masterpiece was penned. Did someone say, “Cyrano de Bergerac?”

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