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The collection includes indexes to the small selection of employee records that are part of the archives of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railway, which designated MPL as…
Thirty three years ago today, MTV debuted. At 12:01 AM on August 1, 1981, MTV launched with a numerical countdown, followed by the words "Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll."…
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A revealing look at David Bowie, including rarely seen photos, draws on interviews with his lovers, girlfriends, business associates, groupies, and band members to shine a light on the life and career of this hypnotic performer.
Examines the intertwined stories of Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan during a pivotal time in the mid-1960s, demonstrating how each contributed to the dismantling of the American tradition of consensus politics.
A respected journalist describes the abuse he suffered at the hands of a close family relative, the effect this had on his formative years and how he overcame the anger and self-doubt it left behind.
A short, clear, clever overview of the Plantagenet family, England's longest-ruling dynasty.
An ambitious, page-turning novel of Los Angeles during the weeks after the Pearl Harbor attack.
An exquisitely tuned exploration of class in post-Edwardian Britain.
Nella Oortman hires a miniaturist to furnish a cabinet-sized replica of her new home and discovers that the artist's creations mirror their real-life counterparts in eerie and unexpected ways.
Two disparate souls separated by thousands of years and hundreds of millions of miles. Yet they will fall in love and, as a result, bring about the end of the universe.
Creating mail-order role-playing games from his apartment, Sean is blamed for a disaster involving two high school student clients.
Re-examines how Jackie Robinson and Branch Rickey broke the color barrier in baseball.