Mad Dogs and Angelenos Go Out in the Noonday Sun

Mad Dogs and Angelenos Go Out in the Noonday Sun

Jack Vernon, resident of 245 1⁄2 South Spring Street, was one of several hundred Angelenos to fall prey to the scourge of rabies which periodically struck downtown Los Angeles and its suburbs in the early part of the century. Thousands of rabid cats and dogs roamed...
Fit? Or be tied?

Fit? Or be tied?

Whether or not to use cosmetics would be a social and feminist issue in the 1910s and 1920s; however, in the late 1800s the hot button issue for women was dress reform. Many women were tired of being laced into corsets so tight that their health was permanently...