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A “word map” of South America, published by the Geographical Press in 1935, consisting entirely of hand-lettered words. The map is supposed to show the labeled landforms of South America; this copy was erroneously printed without the landforms.

Pop Culture Characters Get 'Branded' By Their Iconic Haircuts Portugal-based graphic designer Patrícia Póvoa has put together a collection of the most recognizable haircuts on the planet. (Playmobile Shown)

A great way to use up all those extra random leftover alphabet stickers!

Infographic: America's Report Card

The 1940 Census came at a momentous time in our Nation's history — as we recovered from the Great Depression and not long before our entry into World War II. It was also the first Census that looked deeper into the details of much of American life. Now, 72 years later, upon release of the 1940 Census forms by the National Archives, we look back and see just how much America changed.

Worth reading- this sweet gal completed 38 "random acts of kindness" on her birthday to celebrate her 38th birthday. There are a ton of great ideas on here and you can't read without getting a little teary-eyed and wanting to do the same thing.

Juan de la Cosa Map - The earliest known map to show America, discovered by accident at a Paris bookshop

Oh Captain America...