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Route 66: Connecting Chicago to LA

Winding from Chicago to LA, the historic Route 66 connected the country before there were highways and interstates. The rural towns along the way became vacation stops, with restaurants, motels, gas stations and roadside attractions, quickly making Route 66 a favorite way to tour the country.

History of Touch-Tone Telephones

Touch-tone dialing with a push-button keypad was first introduced in two towns outside of Pittsburgh ... more

Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans

He’s been described as a man inspired by the mundane. Andy Warhol broke into the world of Pop ... more

Retrospectacle: Bouffant Hair: Nowhere to Go but Up

Women have been sporting this do for generations and its popularity has since extended from real ... more
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