- Feature: Silk flowers & murderous hatpins
- Suffragettes gather in front of the nation's capitol on March 3, 1913, for the womens parade on Washington. They are, from left: Mrs. Russell McLennan, Mrs.
- Authors find inspiration for stories in own families
- “So Aunt Mamie, who later murdered her husband — that's another book — went all the way to Little Rock, Arkansas, with a hat pin under each arm. If a man got too close to her, she would stick them with a hat pin.
- Cindy Lange-Kubick: Coming back as 'The Cat in the Hat'
- The Cat in the Hat pins it up now. So it doesn't get caught in car doors, Pat Etherton tells the children. So she doesn't step on it or get it dirty dragging it on the ground.
- American Women in the 1900s Called Street Harassers 'Mashers' and Stabbed Them
- In the late early 1900s women were stabbing mouthy men with their hatpins. And that wasn't the worst fate to befall so-called "mashers." Donovan draws from a book published last year Beware the Masher: Sexual Harassment in American Public Places, ...
- Mayoral Galeria d'Art Brings Joan Miró's Majorcan Studio to The Armory Show
- Items sourced for the Duke Street incarnation and the Armory booth include shells, roots, hatpins, and postcards, along with magazine and newspaper clippings.
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