Pocket map of London, c. 1890
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Flight attendants stand and talk beneath airline advertising posters, March 1951.
Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic
I’m someone who’s done the opposite of whatever the received wisdom is, to keep your career going into your 50s.
by John Brehm
I wear my heart on my sleeve,
or rather both sleeves, since
it’s usually broken.
Sometimes when I join my hands
to pray, the jagged edges
like a plate that fell and cracked
apart from being asked
to hold too much.
Crossing the Outback by Train | For more than a hundred years, a top-to-bottom exploration eluded European settlers—until these trails were blazed by John McDouall Stuart and Robert O’Hara Burke. Today’s Ghan train follows Stuart’s lead.
Race cars roar around the track at the Iowa State Fair in 1938.
Photograph by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic