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  • Episode 10: Influencer Marketing

    She traveled the road of anthracite without worry that cinders would ashen the brilliance of her white dress. But the rails would eventually fade… as would any memory of her: […]

  • Episode 9: Dear Diary

    Surrounding the peace and quiet of Maurice and Maggie Leyden’s everyday lives are the outlying events that helped win women the right to vote. Maurice Leyden wrote in his diary […]

  • Episode 8: A Man in All That the Name Implies

    We’re going to the Binghamton Asylum Cemetery–a place that feels forgotten, as much as the people who are buried here. Inside there’s more than one marker that’s been lost in […]

  • Episode 7: The Box

    It’s unremarkable when you first see it–this sturdy wooden box with a thin mouth at its top. But it’s not about it’s looks, it’s about what this box once held […]

  • Episode 6: Criminal Mind

    Edward Ruloff was determined he would be remembered for his mind long after his death. He would, but just not in the exact way he intended. Ruloff was a man […]

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    Halloween Special: The Lady in White

    When we leave things behind to sit without context or history, people have a way of giving them a story–a reason for existing. And sometimes within those stories a community […]

  • Episode 5: Sentimental Value

    We all try to hold on to the people who are dear to us. The ways in which we accomplish this may have changed over time, but the sentiment remains […]

  • Episode 4: Their Memory Stands

    Sometimes it takes disaster to push change. The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire would push regulation and better working conditions. But two years later, another tragedy--the Binghamton Factory fire--would push change further still, and their memory still stands today.

  • Episode 3: Bird of the Apocalypse

    World War I touched everyone--not just humans--creatures of all kinds were used in the fight across Europe. This one remembers Cher Ami, a pigeon who flew through it all and survived.

  • Episode 2: Nearly Flightless

    A bright blue mechanical bird with stunted yellow wings sits on a pedestal within a museum. This was the first flight simulator, borne from the mind of Edwin Link in the early 1900s.