I read about this a few years ago, somewhere else.
Generations ago, the American Indian Osage tribe was compelled to move. Not for the first time, white settlers pushed them off their land in the 1800s. They made their new home in a rocky, infertile area in northeast Oklahoma in hopes that settlers would finally leave them alone.
As it turned out, the land they had chosen was rich in oil, and in the early 20th century, members of the tribe became spectacularly wealthy. They bought cars and built mansions; they made so much oil money that the government began appointing white guardians to “help” them spend it.
After deadly outbreaks, architects transform the places we live and work. This time won’t be different.
Max Schreck as Count Orlok (Count Dracula)
Clara Bow with William Powell, Warner Baxter, and George Bancroft. A lost film.
Doris Eaton Travis poses in front of a photo of herself when she was in the Ziegfeld Follies. Born in 1904, Doris was the last surviving Ziegfeld Girl to pass away in 2010 at the age of 106.