Powell, William S.
March 1953
American Heritage;Spring1953, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p4
The article reports on developments relevant to the study of history in the U.S. as of the spring of 1953. It includes information on the 90th anniversary of the Photographic Society of Philadelphia and the announcement by the National Archives and the Bureau of Standards that the original copy of the Bill of Rights was sealed in a helium-filled glass case in the National Archives.


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