List of reources for further reading.
The headline of this Los Angeles Times article reads "President Wants TV Scandals Cleaned Up." Published November 5, 1959.
Evelyn Nesbit described the events surrounding her lover Stanford White's 1906 murder in two memoirs.
Here's a list of books to learn more about the Orphan Trains.
Read two articles from The New York Times and one from The Boston Post in January 1909.
Ruth Gruber went to Alaska under the auspices of Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes. Gruber describes some of the people she met in Fairbanks, and describes her hopes for bringing settlers to the territory.
Read the fine print in this pageant contract, which includes the notorious rule barring non-white women from competing.
Read Dillinger's fan mail, the true confessions of his sweethearts, and crime laws enacted to stop 1930s desperadoes.
Newspaper reports on suspects and evidence, plus trial testimony and a confession.
Newspaper reports about the expedition, as well as excerpts from Powell's own account of the trip.
In the summer of 1973 an anonymous band of women at NASA's Johnson Space Center made a mockery of the beauty contest planned by the agency for its Houston staff.
Read letters the Sleepy Lagoon defendants sent home from prison and a news exerpt about the zoot suit.