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Billings Gazette

Guest opinion: To those who built Montana and made history
Billings Gazette
Sad news came out of the state capitol last week when budget cuts gave the Montana Historical Society no choice but to announce that its Über talented staff just don't have the funding to travel to the hundreds of important places across the state, to ...


The Denver Post

PHOTOS: Today in history — July 29
The Denver Post
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, on a personal tour to inspect results of the nationís expanded defense program, is looking over a clip of 37 mm. anti-aircraft shells at Langley Field in Hampton, Va., on July 29, 1940, where he stopped on his tour of ...


Daily Beast

Tabloid Art History Discovers What Beyoncé and Botticelli Have in Common
Daily Beast
Oscar Wilde stated this in his essay “The Decay of Lying,” and that one-liner rings true when scrolling through the tounge-in-cheek Twitter account Tabloid Art History. The U.K. team behind the delightfully clever posts—Elise Bell, Chloe Esslemont ...

 




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