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What was going on a hundred years ago in Oak Lawn? Turtle Creek Boulevard was being constructed! Construction was overseen by the Park Board, which probably explains why it is one of the most beautifully landscaped roadways in Dallas. 123 more words
by Paula Bosse
Behold, the Koneman Millinery Establishment, which actually looks a little plain for a millinery shop housed in the ornate Oriental Hotel building. When I see old ads or photos like this, I always wonder about the people pictured in them. 593 more words
Prince George was incorporated as a municipality almost one hundred years ago today, on Saturday March 6, 1915. The event was a milestone that almost didn’t happen, given the heated political wrangling that enveloped the subject from the get-go. 506 more words
Daily Photo — “Parking at the Grand Canyon, 1914″
Use the photos posted in this feature for writing prompts, warm-up activities, drawing templates or as part of a 19 more words
I ADORE the names of Royalty. They seem to flow really well.
Anyway, I assume Nastya here (yes, that really is the Russian nickname for Anastasia) needs no introduction. 354 more words