I have to write a paper on the origin of the earth.
I want material on the moon in July 1778.
Where can I find material on safety items in airplanes, like ejection seats?
Is Thurston the Magician still alive? If so, where does he live?
Where can I find how many witches were killed in Europe?
Can you recommend a book on “mind reading”?
Where can I find how to grind the lens of a telescope?
I need some quarto-sized pictures of prehistoric man.
What color is the star Venus in the morning sky?
Are the people of Massachusetts called “Massachusettentians”?
Could you give me a list of brand names of all whiskey made in the U.S.?
I want a list of cities with their pollen counts, so I can locate to a pollen-free community.
Shortly after World War I (probably 1924), you sent me a booklet on inflation. As I recall it, that booklet discussed the evils of inflation and what happened to people in the area it hit. I would like to get a copy of it as a more modern version.
What is the source of the quotation “It is better to light a candle, than to curse the darkness”?
Where in the Manhattan yellow sheets should I look for a company which handles foreign exchange currency and sending money abroad?
I ate some fruit at lunch and I’ve forgotten what it is. Can you help me?
I am writing a 1500 word paper (due tomorrow!)–on how to set up a beach (life saving corps, etc.).
Who makes Edith Lance bras? I want to write a complaint to the company…
Image credit: “Studying Dink, 1957.” Duke University Archives. Durham, NC. USA. library.duke.edu/uarchives. Accessed Nov. 17th, 2008.
Written by Hannah Rozear