The Myrtle-Broadway Station platform looking southwest toward the remnants of the demolished part of the Myrtle Avenue El.
The fields around the abandoned train station at Sebastia in the northern West Bank were the scene of a crucial confrontation between settlers and the Rabin government in December 1975.
A few more minutes at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, yield an interesting find.
Magnolia Farm is a restored plantation, open to tourists, outside Charleston, South Carolina. In the signs and plaques for visitors, slavery is absent from history and the theological quandaries of the pious antebellum owners.