There are some strange and interesting materials published by state, local and the federal government. These are some of weirder items dealing with UFOs, mummies, mysteries and other unexpected topics.
There are probably other articles written about this report - but here is the one I (JG) read. It nicely sums up the document, which can be rather dense reading. Either that, or my right and left brain hemispheres aren't focused enough for me "to alter consciousness, moving it outside the physical sphere so as to ultimately escape even the restrictions of time and space.”
Ever wonder what books US Navy sailors had available for reading in 1886?
This book lists them!
John Paul Jones was a revolutionary war admiral who died in Paris in 1792. Despite being considered a hero of the Revolutionary War he did not return to America till 1905. Part of the this commemoration details the investigation to locate his remains and how they were identified. Alcohol was involved.
What crashed in the desert outside of Roswell, New Mexico in 1947? X-Files fans wanted to know, and there was an answer. These volumes are seeped in Cold War intrigue, science experiments, and conspiracy!
Trigger Warning: Racist language.
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Connecticut State Library Description: "Found in: The United States in the World War: pamphlets relating to food. Collection includes pamphlets, leaflets, posters, newspaper clippings, circulars, and newsletters concerning wartime food conservation in the United States during World War I. Items chiefly issued by the United States Food Administration."
I wish General Order 7 had been in place for private homes in the1970s - when my grandmother served Welsh rarebit often.