Tag: 1960s

The Death and Life of Helicopter Commuting

The Death and Life of Helicopter Commuting

Imagine commuting 1,000 feet above traffic. 50 years ago, during the golden age of helicopter travel, you could. Until a tragic accident in 1977 brought that era to a close. But with new technology on the horizon, a…

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Samantha Pinto: Fellowship Recipient

Samantha Pinto: Fellowship Recipient

Pinto: My project is called “Africa Recirculated,” and it’s a way of trying to rethink our modern ideas about Africa or very contemporary ideas about Africa through this collection called the Transcription Centre. From there, I really wanted…

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