Americans had been as reluctant to bathe as Europeans, but by the late 19th century, the United States leapt toward the eradication of dirt and smells, adopting novel cleaning devices like showers and toothbrushes, which were supported by the latest studies on hygiene.
Why My Mask Protects You and Your Mask Protects Me, goes back to the 17th century
The oldest living American is 115 years old and resides in North Carolina. She's one of over 300,000 centenarians worldwide and while most were too young to remember details of living through the 1918 flu pandemic, many do recall the required lockdowns, neighborhood deaths and mandatory wearing of masks.
Established in 1904 by two, free and independent spirits, Caron brought together perfumer Ernest Daltroff and former dressmaker Felicie Wanpouille, who formed a perfume company that broke the codes of its time with their first creations.
We are living in unprecedented times. Life has changed in a world of pandemic, however, March is a travel month for many! Students have a week-long vacation from school. Parents are ready to take a trip to a sunny destination to get away from the gloomy cold weather. And people are often ready for a break after a busy start to a new year. And although now is not a good time to take a cruise, we did want to celebrate March by climbing aboard an ocean liner, a popular travel adventure.
Perfume Passage Foundation and Museum Recognized by the Illinois Association of Museums
The Illinois Association of Museums awarded Perfume Passage Foundation and Museum with the “Welcome Award” for their dedication in preserving the history, beauty, and artistry of perfume bottles, compacts, ephemera and related vanity items and for their vision to educate and inspire visitors by illuminating the connection between perfume and the human experience.
Charley Ross, 4, and his brother Walter, 5, were kidnapped on July 1, 1874, from the front yard of their family's home in the Germantown section of Philadelphia. This bottle was designed to help find the boy, who unfortunately was never found.