Ink-Stained Heroes

Superman is really Clark Kent, a reporter for the Daily Planet. Seriously, they’re the same guy. Don’t let the glasses fool you.
If your mind isn’t completely blown, get this. Photojournalist Peter Parker shoots selfies for the Daily Bugle as he fights criminals as Spider-Man and still somehow manages to focus the camera.

Journalists have long played major and heroic roles in comic books. The first superhero named Captain Marvel (created in 1940) was a radio reporter...

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Portland Piano Tuner Invents View-Master® Picture System

The View-Master familiar to children for the last few decades originated in 1939. The idea was conceived by William Gruber, a Portland piano tuner.
He had experimented with some new Kodak color film and two Kodak bantam specials, with the idea of creating a technique for viewing seven pairs of pictures on a disk. The pairs would create a 3-dimensional...

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The Wedgwood pottery, founded by Josiah Wedgwood, has supplied the American market
with its products for 200 years. The company did
a particularly brisk business in the United States following the War of 1812, as did many other
English potters.

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