On the North Atlantic, the ships were small and the trips were long, making it difficult to maintain the land-based social distinctions.
Devadāsīs appealed to a longstanding tradition to argue that they had a legitimate position in their modernizing nation.
CB radio was portrayed as a mostly white enthusiasm in its heyday, but Black CB users were active as early as 1959.
In 1927, the parade replaced live animals with helium balloons designed by puppeteer Tony Sarg.
Cedric Robinson proposed that the Black radical tradition was necessitated into existence by “racial capitalism.”
They didn't have smartphones back then, but they still had personal ads.
As women entered the white-collar world, experts told them to dress like men, without being too threatening.
Photographers and writers hired by the US government presented the foodways of the South to a wide audience.
Harsh punishments were declining in the nineteenth century. Then came sensationalist news coverage of a reputed crime wave.
Flab, begone! Earle Edwin Liederman wanted men to learn his vaudeville-strongman secrets—for a not-so-low price.