Sometimes it is the little things that catch your eye and not the major content of a newspaper. Two weeks ago, as I was photographing an issue for our most recent catalog, a tiny article at the bottom of the front page gave me pause and has been on my mind ever since. What began as a write up for an adorable vintage Disney  ad turned dark. The Eyes are the Window to the Soul … or so they say. During the end of July, 1939, 3 English girls traveled to Germany to perform a tap dance for Adolf Hitler. Upon their return, they reported how delightful he was and that they liked his eyes. This reporting took place one month before Hitler invaded Poland beginning WWII  and only one year before the Nazis took their fight to the 3 girl’s homeland. Perhaps the eyes are the window to the soul however, the ability to read them is also necessary. Reports such as these may not be the reason we purchase an issue but, they do give us an unprecedented window into a culture and are often the more valuable treasure.