Each day we bring you one stunning little glimpse of history in the form of a historical photograph. Enjoy!
Your post from yesterday about indigenous people and their teeth was very interesting. I see a lot of photos of people in Africa because I have missionary friends there. I've always been struck by the perfect teeth in the smiling faces of the children. Hmmmm.
I was in the Sabinal/Uvalde/Bandera area the past week, and made a stop at the (highly modernized) Camp Verde store. I laughed and laughed when I found an old candy display in the back. There were boxes of those candy cigarettes with the pink tip that we loved when I was a kid. We mostly ate them, and didn't pretend to be smoking, that I recall. Given the history of the Camp Verde store, I was disappointed there wasn't a box of candy Camel cigarettes. I would have bought them, for sure.