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Gum, an Agent to Share or Solitaire

I was watching this vintage Beech-Nut gum commercial from the 1950s that shows two men discovering a treasure chest of gum, and it reminds me how much gum is an agent of innovation, with new things to discover about it … Continue reading

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One Stick of Gum for Two

T. W. Ingersoll, One Stick of Gum for Two, ca. 1900 The Daniel Cowin Collection of African American Vernacular Photography Truman Ward Ingersoll created a large number of stereographs in the 1880s in which he extensively pictured the Northwest of … Continue reading

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