This bank ad from 1960 features a smiling woman with sentient severed hands, or at least, that’s my visual interpretation. Inadvertently creepy ad.
Farms may offer post-War jobs, noted this 1945 Daily Globe editorial near the end of World War II. Next post at noon.
This 1960 Daily Globe article about swastikas being painted on Jewish synagogues all over the world had some excellent points, and may even have been a bit ahead of its time. For the most part, the racists and bigots have represented a disorganized collection of crackpots, incapable of mounting any kind of serious threat to…