Close-up of a locked ballot box used in Carson, North Dakota on October 30, 1940.
Ballot Box, 1940
- Migrant agricultural worker’s family, 1936 — Share the History Love... Photo shows Florence Thompson with several of her children in a tent shelter as part of the “Migrant Mother” series in Nipomo, California. Florence had seven children and was 32-years-old. In March 1936, after picking beets in the Imperial Valley, Thompson and her family were traveling on U.S. Highway 101 towards [...]
- Chairman Gillette weeps with the signing of the Garrison Dam, 1948 — Share the History Love... George Gillette (left), chairman of the Fort Berthold Indian Tribal Business Council, weeps as Secretary of Interior J.A. Krug signs a contract whereby the tribe sells 155,000 acres of its reservation in North Dakota for the Garrison Dam and Reservoir project, 1948. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers completes the Garrison [...]
- Cotton pickers in Pulaski County, Arkansas, 1935 — Share the History Love... Cotton pickers in Pulaski County, Arkansas in October 1935. They reportedly relieved receiving sixty cents a day. Share the History Love... [...]
- “Let Us Continue”, Democratic National Convention, 1964 — Share the History Love... View of delegates and stage with large pictures of John F. Kennedy, Harry Truman, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Lyndon B. Johnson with the slogan ‘Let Us Continue,’ at the 1964 Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City on Aug. 24, 1964. Share the History Love... [...]
- Construction at Mount Rushmore of Washington, 1932 — Share the History Love... Construction crew working on George Washington’s likeness at Mount Rushmore in 1932. George Washington’s head was started first. Due to the economic instability of the United States caused by the Great Depression, it was completed in seven years, and dedicated to the public on Independence Day 1934. Share the History Love... [...]