Humphrey Bogart Best known for “The Maltese Falcon” and “Casablanca”, Bogart was a mega-star in the golden age of Hollywood. The photographer who took this shot, George Hurrell, was responsible for many of the “glamour shots” in Hollywood in the a
Harlingen Army Air Field, Texas—Elizabeth L. Gardner of Rockford, Illinois, WASP (Women’s Airforce Service Pilot) pilot, takes a look around before sending her plane streaking down the runway at the air base.
Ernest Hemingway had a style of prose -- sparse and lacking the Victorian flowery language that he disliked -- that has been emulated by generations of writers since. He won both the Pulitzer Prize and the Nobel Prize for his writing.