Owney, the world's most popular dog has traveled almost around the globe. He made the journey around the world all alone and with only a tag about his neck -- and found friends everywhere. Here's the story!
New York City's old Waldorf-Astoria Hotel -- torn down in 1929 -- was a luxurious Victorian building that served overnight guests as much as Manhattan's social elite. Here, take a look inside the hotel rooms and suites, and see what accommodations would have looked like back in 1903!
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to have lived a century ago, or to have wandered the streets of a much younger Manhattan, you will be amazed by this footage from New York in 1911!
Imagine, up above the clouds enjoying a cheeseburger from McDonald's for lunch or dinner. McDonaldland cookies for dessert. There's even a McDonald's sausage biscuit for breakfast.
Bringing you the finest in family entertainment, Disneyland is reaching for the stars like never before!
The Atlantic fleet: It has relatively few ships, all of them shown here This year, more Americans than ever want to take ship and go to Europe -- on ... Click to read more...
Probably the most beautiful, and certainly the most imaginative, air terminal in the world will be unveiled when Trans World Airlines formally opens its new Flight Center at New York International Airport (Idlewild).
See scenes from the reopening of the San Diego Exposition -- a venue with gorgeous scenic beauty in a matchless all-the-year-around climate
When a United Airlines DC-7 collided with a TWA Super Constellation over the Grand Canyon on June 30, 1956, resulting in the deaths of all 128 peo... Click to read more...
Washington, the center of our government, is full of the symbols and landmarks of the dangers, travail, achievements, hopes, and fears that the American people experienced while they were making us the nation we now are.
Hawaii is experiencing its greatest tourist boom in history. But there are fears that the Islands' friendly Aloha spirit will be sacrificed in the rush to keep pace with the influx.
A look back to the eighties for some adventures on the Love Boat, when you could see Alaska, Europe, Australia, the Caribbean, Panama Canal from the deck of a Princess cruise ship,
A look back at some of the most magnificent resort hotels of yesteryear, and where -- and if -- they stand now.
Traveling requisites for the summer vacationist The trunk and traveling-bag maker is a wide awake man. He's got to be so long as folks travel ... Click to read more...
This year, more people will be flying more places than ever before -- on the most powerful, most comfortable commercial jetliners ever built.
The "Fun Ships" of Carnival Cruise Lines (1981) What a bargain! Not only will we spend seven days in the sunny Caribbean visiting different islands. ... Click to read more...
On a clear, unseasonably hot morning on September 25, 1978, residents of San Diego's North Park neighborhood were getting their days underway -- not r... Click to read more...
Over the rivers and over the woods to grandmother's house we go... There, a new road now to an old tradition. It's the TWA highway home for Thanksgiv... Click to read more...
"A bridge across the continent." - Ginger Rogers, RKO star Miss Rogers says: "On TWA, you travel with the sort of people you enjoy meeting. And ... Click to read more...
During World War II, the railroad companies had to devote their resources to the war effort by transporting troops around the country. Here's a look back at some of what the railroads were offering to entice passengers back in the late '40s!
Within 10 years, hikers may be able to buy a $10 wrist device that will absolutely guarantee they will never get lost.
Now Pan Am adds the DC-8 to world's largest, fastest over-ocean jet fleet! This month, another brilliant star of the stratosphere -- the DC-8 Jet Cli... Click to read more...
If the weather is not too warm, it is a good plan to have a child wear his bonnet when he lies down. This will keep cinders from his ears and will help deaden the noise of the train.
If the past foretells the future, and present trends point the way, many millions will live to see peace, prosperity, health, longer life and greater luxuries than ever were known. A woman may be President!
On United, you enjoy a feeling of at-homeness that’s found on no other airline. You’ll sense it when you make your reservation, when you board your Mainliner.
NOAA announced it has found the underwater wreck of the passenger steamer City of Chester, which sank in 1888 in a collision in dense fog near where the Golden Gate Bridge stands today.
Under the waves: Great disaster near the Golden Gate... The City of Chester sunk -- Run down in a fog by the Oceanic. Thirteen lives known to be lost.
You have to have a system to beat the airport waiting game. We do. A complete team of ground personnel trained to get you from front door to exit door without a hitch. When you fly at nearly 600 mph on a jet, we can’t afford to slow you down on the ground.