White Plains is a city located in south Westchester, New York, approximately 6 km east of the Hudson River. It is one of the edge cities that have developed outside New York City for business, shopping and entertainment.
Manually operated switchboards were found at the time in every business and telephone exchange.
Life was an American weekly news magazine, launched by Henry Luce in 1936 and published until 1972.
The emphasis of the magazine was on photojournalism.
U.S. Camera and Travel was an American monthly travel magazine founded in 1937. In 1968 it was taken over by American Express.
The magazine focused on leisure and travel, and was known for its photography and front covers which often depicted beautiful models in upscale environments.
Capillaries are the smallest blood vessels in the body. They join the venules and arterioles, and enable water, oxygen and carbon dioxide to be exchanged between the blood and surrounding tissues.