On one of my trips down to my family's cradle of civilization, South Pasadena, I looked through my grandmother's yearbooks. She was in high school in the 1920s, so it was fascinating to see what teenagers looked like back then, even though photographic styles hadn't changed much since the Civil War, and everyone tended to pose stiffly. Occasionally you could see one person in a group shot looking away from the camera, his or her mind on something in the distance, which allowed glints of... More >>>