Even in the midst of unqualified success, American mystery writer Mary Roberts Rinehart’s career was fraught with pressure and self-doubt. Originally published March 11, 1939.
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These cartoons have gone to the dogs.
In the 1880s, Lydia Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound eased monthly woes using herbal remedies…and a heavy dose of alcohol.
“His gift of words being still upon him he unrolled once more a prospect of enchanted lands and cities — Vita pieta sensualis, the pride of the eye and fullness of life, many-colored, thrilling, beyond this fog.”
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Yes, there was a communal meal, but the Pilgrims’ table looked nothing like the holiday dinner we serve today.
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A 1948 Post article questions what we know about the holiday that started as a three-day picnic and Pilgrim sporting event.