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Rare correspondence—carried by a vanished courier—is one of only "two pieces of what collectors call 'interrupted mail' from the Pony Express," says Postal Museum curator Daniel Piazza.

A Rare Pony Express Artifact

A letter that took two years to reach its destination evokes the hazards of the Pony Express

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Lytton Strachey picked his moment to make sport of Thomas Arnold and other Victorians.

Historical Laughter

Those who don't have power tend to make fun of those who do. But what happens when the power shifts?

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