Tag Archives: RG 208

“Terry and the Pirates” Spreads the Word on Security During World War II

Today’s post is written by David Langbart, Archivist at the National Archives at College Park. From August 28, 1943 to February 6, 1944, the plot line of one of America’s most popular daily comic strips, “Terry and the Pirates” by … Continue reading

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Milton Caniff Explains “Terry and the Pirates”

In early 1945, “Terry and the Pirates” was one of the most popular daily comic strips printed in U.S. newspapers. The strip, launched in October 1934, and written by Milton Caniff (1907-1988), was a serial action-adventure strip set in China … Continue reading

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Boston Tea Party Etiquette Lesson 2: Swallowing the Bitter Draught in Rhode Island

In 1774, British Parliament implemented the Coercive Acts in response to the destruction of British property by colonists during the Boston Tea Party.  Paul Revere reproduced an engraving from a London newspaper that depicted the relationship between the British government … Continue reading

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