Petroglyph National Monument marred by vandalism, trash

Ike Eastvold, sitting in a graffiti-marred cave near the head of Boca Negra Arroyo at the Petroglyph National Monument, holds his hands to his ears to better hear the wind and the wildlife on the monument grounds. Eastvold, a longtime supporter of the monument on the Albuquerque's West Side, discovered the graffiti, litter and downed fencing while walking last week. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

Ike Eastvold, sitting in a graffiti-marred cave near the head of Boca Negra Arroyo at the Petroglyph National Monument, holds his hands to his ears to better hear the wind and the wildlife on the monument grounds. Eastvold, a longtime supporter of the monument on the Albuquerque’s West Side, discovered the graffiti, litter and downed fencing while walking last week. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

Petroglyph National Monument marred by vandalism, trash

Mystery footage found of 1915 Chicago River disaster

(AP Photo/File)

(AP Photo/File)

Mystery footage found of 1915 Chicago River disaster

“A US doctoral candidate found the footage, which is housed at a Netherlands film institute, while doing online research for his dissertation on Chicago during the First World War.

The clips were spliced between footage of marching soldiers and ceremonies, and it’s not clear how it got there. “That’s part of the intrigue, part of the mystery behind even having this footage available,” says Wachholz.”


 

Jewish soldier’s WWII letter, written on Hitler’s stationary, sent to museum

© Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herald/TNS Danny Jacobson holds a photo copy of a letter written on Adolf Hitler's stationary with a photo of himself in uniform in World War II. He found the stationery in an abandoned apartment in Munich.

© Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herald/TNS
Danny Jacobson holds a photo copy of a letter written on Adolf Hitler’s stationary with a photo of himself in uniform in World War II. He found the stationery in an abandoned apartment in Munich.

Jewish soldier’s WWII letter, written on Hitler’s stationary, sent to museum

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