Tag: pins and buttons

  • It’s Old Home Week!

    It’s Old Home Week!

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    Small towns in New England and the Mid-Atlantic lost population as westward migration and the lure of factory work drew young people away. Old Home Week attempted to lure them back.

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  • “I Like Ike!”

    “I Like Ike!”

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    Dwight Eisenhower never served in combat, but he achieved total victory in World War II. He had no experience running an institution of higher learning, yet he became President of Columbia University. And he never held public office until he was elected President of the United States.

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In July 1954, Henry Austin Clark, Jr. opened his “Carnival of Cars” museum in the basement of the Astor Theater in Times Square, New York City. It was a grand media event that included some early television celebrities. The cards featured here were souvenirs of the day.

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