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  • Tragedy of Being Forgotten

    Tragedy of Being Forgotten

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    It is happening more often these days. We who work at Postcard History are discovering that a postcard may be the last remnant of the scene on the card. Homes, schools, churches, public buildings like city halls, libraries, court houses; they are all gone. New has replaced the old. Urban renewal is the catch phrase;…

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Past Article

Hy Mariampolski

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Broadway could not have evolved beyond the 1910s without the Theater Guild, founded in New York City in 1918 for producing the best and the brightest America could offer. Their influence began by bringing the works of G. B. Shaw to America and supporting O’Neill, Sherwood, Behrman, and Noel Coward. And, that was just the start, the blockbuster musical was on the way

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