In and Out of Central America by Frank Vincent, 1890.
The Holy Land and Syria by Frank G. Carpenter, 1922.
The Golden Book of Springfield by Vachel Lindsay, 1920.
A Fountain Sealed by Anne Douglas Sedgwick, 1908.
Europe in Storm and Calm by Edward King, 1885.
Doing My Bit for Ireland by Margaret Skinnider, 1917.
A Chateau in Brittany by Mary J. Atkinson, 1910.
The Book of Easter by W. C. Doane, 1910.
Adventures in the Great Forests by H. W. G. Hyrst, 1908.
Gold Flute at Muramatsu America
Sound travels fifteen times more swiftly through steel than through air.
More Fascinating Facts by David Louis, 1979.
Most flutes used by professional musicians are made of sterling silver, 14-carat gold, or platinum.
Tablecloths were originally meant to serve as towels with which guests could wipe their hands and faces after dinner.
Palindrome. More Fascinating Facts by David Louis, 1979.
Red Rum Cocktail at Bacardi.