John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
In 1905, brothers Alfred and Albert Stratton became the first people in England to be convicted of murder based on fingerprint evidence. The rest of the law enforcement world took notice.
"The outward and visible mark of the citizenship of the book-lover is his book-plate," British author Edmund Gosse once wrote.
Sure, Don Draper is one of Madison Avenue's most in-demand (albeit fictional) ad men. But is he living beyond his means?