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The Riveter

20/10/2014 – ‘Oh boy Oh boy! Am I a Riveter!’ – Donald Duck is hands down the funniest early Disney character. A fantastic cartoon from 1940, it’s well worth trying to decipher exactly what Donald’s saying as it’s hilarious.

Central Park From a View | Manhattan |Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland

From A View
Central Park, NYC
“Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland”

On July 21, 1853, the New York State Legislature enacted into law the setting aside of more than 750 acres of land central to Manhattan Island to create America’s first major landscaped public park; they would soon refer to it as “the Central Park.” Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the winners of the 1858 design competition for Central Park, along with other socially conscious reformers understood that the creation of a great public park would improve public health and contribute greatly to the formation of a civil society. 100 more words

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October 19 in San Antonio history...

World War – 1914
It is estimated that over 400,000 Belgian refugees have fled into Holland since Antwerp fell.  Usually the distance between Antwerp, Belgium and Essen on the border is covered in twenty minutes.   105 more words


July 23rd 1940: Washington Senators at Detroit Tigers

Ken Chase took the mound for the Washington Senators on this day in July with his team 13 games under .500 for the season.

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Ken Chase


Jane Eyre (1943) Review


Jane Eyre (1943) is A wonderfully  engaging adaption of a classic novel.  This film is one of the best novel to book adaptions. 155 more words

Classic Movie Reviews

1940 Country Style Bedrooms

The concept bedroom country will be appropriate for you who want to renovate the little size bedroom minimalist. Even though you do not have much space, you can still have elegance, exclusive and comfy sleep. 17 more words

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