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Archive for March, 2014

This Week in Universal News: The Rosenberg Verdict, 1951

This week in 1951, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were found guilty of providing secret information about atomic weapons technology to the USSR. The couple were sentenced to death on April 5, 1951 and were executed in June of 1953. From the release sheet: DEATH FOR ATOM SPIES! New York- It’s a verdict of death in […]

This Week in Universal News: An Invention to Protect Yourself from Grapefruit, 1937

This week we’re featuring Professor I.M. Nuts, a gentleman who demonstrates his spectacular inventions in several Universal News stories. In this story, Prof. Nuts shows off a gadget that will prevent you from ruining your day while eating grapefruit. According to Nuts, “every home should have at least half a dozen”! Have you ever had […]

Images of the Week (Baseball)

With Major League Baseball’s Opening Day right around the corner, the subject matter this week is Baseball. Local Identifier: 111-BA-1952, “Baseball game between Union prisoners at Salisbury, North Carolina, 1863” Local Identifier: 306-PSD-72-6712, Photograph of a Baseball Game between Boston and Chicago at South Side Park in Chicago, Illinois, August 14, 1904, Source: Library of […]

Film Preservation 101: Is Restoration the Same as Preservation?

This post was written by Heidi Holmstrom. Heidi works in the Motion Picture Preservation Lab, which is responsible for performing conservation and preservation work on motion picture records held across the National Archives. In this post, Heidi answers a frequently asked question. When you watch NARA’s video for The March on YouTube the first thing you see […]

This Week in Universal News: NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade, 1967

This week in Universal News, it’s “another great day for the Irish” at the New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade.  In attendance were Robert Kennedy, Mayor John Lindsay, Governor Nelson Rockefeller, and James Farley, Postmaster General under Franklin D. Roosevelt and one of the first successful Irish Catholic politicians in the United States. From […]

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