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A model demonstrates how one can be injured in a home accident while trying to wash the outside of one's windows; the article recommends using a ladder or letting the man of the house do the task. 1959

HOuSEWORK: SHOULD YOU RISK IT? A model demonstrates how one can be injured in a home accident while trying to wash the outside of one's windows; the article recommends using a ladder or letting the man of the house do the task.

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High School Fads, 1944 oh my gosh these are hilarious

Life Magazine is one of the most popular and longest running magazines. In Life Magazine wrote about what different hairdos mean about a girl’s relationship status. Bows were a big part of their hairdo.

Charles Mallory Hatfield, born in Fort Scott in 1875, was known as "The Rainmaker" and was renowned for techniques that were believed to create deluges during seasons of drought and dry weather. The film "The Rainmaker" (1956) starring Burt Lancaster is based on Hatfield's exploits.

In his free time, Charles Mallory Hatfield read about “pluviculture” and began to develop his own methods for producing rain. By 1902 he had created a secret mixture of 23 chemicals in large galvanized evaporating tanks that, he claimed, attracted rain.

At the races, 1957

At the races, 1957

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