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danismm: “ The 1939–40 New York World’s Fair publicly launched the first idea of the television and what it can do. ”

danismm: “ The New York World’s Fair publicly launched the first idea of the television and what it can do.

Exclusive Plum by Sherwin-Williams.  Love the bright jewel tones of turquoise and purples with it.

another light gray couch on dark gray wall. switch the blue rug out for a purple one, and remove nearly ALL of those damn throw pillows, and I'm set.

Radio Corporation of America (RCA) - Harvey Gibson, ""Miss Television,"" and James E. Robert standing with television From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Radio Corporation of America (RCA) - Harvey Gibson, ""Miss Television,"" and James E. Robert standing with television From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Radio Corporation of America (RCA) - Lenox R. Lohr (President of National Broadcasting Company), David Sarnoff (President of RCA) and Grover Whalen signing contracts while being filmed for television From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Radio Corporation of America (RCA) - Lenox R. Lohr (President of National Broadcasting Company), David Sarnoff (President of RCA) and Grover Whalen signing contracts while being filmed for television From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

"I have learned over the years that when one's mind is made up, this diminishes fear; knowing what must be done does away with fear." -- Rosa Parks

On December 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama, Rosa Parks refused to obey bus driver James F. Blake's order that she give up her seat to make room for a white passenger. She was arrested for not giving up that seat.

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Instructional Materials and Sources of Bias- Another example of the anti-immigrant laws held by America for quite sometime. Make sure that history is taught both the positives and the negatives.

Harper's Bazaar editorial shot by Francesco Scavullo 1956 | barbiescanner

Harper's Bazaar editorial shot by Francesco Scavullo 1956 | barbiescanner

When she died on Easter Sunday at 92, she was the only woman in the history of broadcast television who had founded and led a cable network as CEO and show host for 20 years.

How Mother Angelica fought through painful illness to become a female broadcasting titan

When she died on Easter Sunday at she was the only woman in the history of broadcast television who had founded and led a cable network as CEO and show host for 20 years.

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