>Chicago's Fourth Presbyterian Church displayed a rare 1617 "Breeches Bible," so called because it says that Adam & Eve "sewed figgetree leaves together and made themselves breeches."
>Carson Pirie Scott, a leading Chicago department store, displayed the weatherworn New Testament which Sergeant John Bartek read to buoy up Captain Eddie Rickenbacker and his raftmates adrift on the Pacific.
>Nahigian Brothers' rug store exhibited a 70-lb. Bible, each of its 31,102 verses handwritten by visitors to Chicago's 1933 World's Fair.
>On "L" platforms, in stores, lobbies of office buildings, hung posters showing a helmeted U.S. soldier...