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  • Centuries of Navigation on 300 Postcards

    Centuries of Navigation on 300 Postcards

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] Centuries of Navigation on 300 Postcards In a recent (September 2019) Smithsonian Magazine article authored by Amy Crawford, a freelance journalist from Michigan who writes on a wide variety of topics, we find the perfect text to accompany a set of wondrous postcards published in Germany close to nine decades ago. This set…

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Breakfast food is mostly loved, but among those who live lives in despair of early rising, breakfast is never fun. Perhaps that is why so many breakfast food companies advertise using happy sunrise morning scenes and smiling faces. Quaker Oats, a product as popular today as it was in 1911 keeps smiling. It would probably make the world a happier place if we smiled too!

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