James S. Chambers
Veteran Newspaperman Drops Dead on Way Home
James S. Chambers, for more than forty years a newspaperman in this city, and known to all newspapermen simply as “Jim” Chambers, dropped dead last night on Eighth and Brown streets, while on his way home at the close of […]
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1931 marked more […]
For many years, any files about the Hiss Case and other investigations have gone missing from the FBI Vault, without public explanation.
This week’s TIME magazine issue includes an article called “‘We’re the People’: John Ford’s The Grapes of Wrath at 75” by long-time movie critic and editor Richard Corliss.
Corliss contextualizes the movie and its impact on its 75th anniversary. Remembering that Gone With the Wind had comes […]
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