The following photographs were taken at Easter flower stands in Washington, D.C. in April 1943.
Easter Flower Stand, 1943
- Dedication of the Sherman Memorial, 1903 — Share the History Love... Crowds gather near the White House (E and 15th Street) for the dedication of the William Tecumseh Sherman Memorial in 1903. In the background, the Washington Monument is visible. Share the History Love... [...]
- Totem-wearing parade participants, 1912 — Share the History Love... People wearing totem pole costumes during Seattle’s Potlatch Parade on July 18, 1912. The Potlatch Parade was part of the Golden Potlatch (or Potlatch Days) festivities. These festivities occurred from 1911-1914 and 1935-1941. The annual festival was created after the successful Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in 1909. Seattle officials believed an annual festival would [...]
- Julia Obear on a bicycle, 1922 — Share the History Love... Informal portrait of Julia Obear, wearing knickers, sweater, and cap, standing outdoors with bicycle on October 21, 1922. She worked as a “messenger girl” at the National Woman’s Party headquarters in Washington, D.C. Share the History Love... [...]
- Construction of the National Archives, 1934 — Share the History Love... National Archives building being constructed on May 1, 1934. Share the History Love... [...]
- Boys playing in the sand on Labor Day, 1945 — Share the History Love... Two boys cover themselves with wet sand at a Los Angeles beach on Labor Day, September 3, 1945. Share the History Love... [...]