|Looking south at the skyline's surprisingly pastel palette|
photo by Claudia Keenan
|John Walker Harrington's interest in technology was evident in this|
article which appeared in Scientific American during World War I.
|Popular Science Monthly (1918)|
|Popular Science Monthly (1928)|
|New-York Historical Society flap:|
New York Times; January 3, 1917
|Popular Science Monthly (1922)|
|"Chemistry's Greatest Rally"|
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
|Eastchester High School, 1940s|
|Girls learning homemaking in school, 1930s|
|From Architectural Forum (1945)|
| Georgia, 1945: black families displaced by|
postwar construction lived in tent cities
that resembled Eastern European shtetls.
|"A home from a Quonset Hut" appeared in|
House Beautiful (September 1945).
|"Tobacco Greatest Solace of War Worn Fighting Man"|
One of Harrington's first big stories appeared in The Sun in 1917.
|Typical newspaper puzzle for children, 1890s|
|Main Street, Logan, Ohio, 1890s|
|Intricacies of the Hocking Valley Railway|
|In 1900, Harrington published a collection|
of his stories for children.
|Illustration for one of Harrington's |
newspaper stories for children
|The editor of a college newspaper, captured for the school's 1895 yearbook.|
Happened to catch my eye.
|Ambitious and imaginative, J. J. Goldman filed |
a patent for a button-detachment device in 1893.
|This 1922 map shows how the garment industry|
(red and blue) was eventually consolidated
below 34th Street in Manhattan.
|Edith Kellogg Dunton published Betty Wales, B.A. under her pseudonym, Margaret Warde, in 1908.|
|Edith Kellogg Dunton, 1900|