A white phosphorus bomb explodes on a mast top of the USS Alabama, while the ship in use as a target in Chesapeake Bay on September 23, 1921. An Army Martin twin-engine bomber is flying overhead.
Phosphorus bomb explodes the USS Alabama, 1921
- Red Cross Motor Corps members giving plasma to Navy Pilot, 1941 — Share the History Love... Red Cross Motor Corps members are shown above handing the test cartons of plasma to the Navy pilot who will drop them on land and water. Photograph taken in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during December 1941. Share the History Love... [...]
- Clearwater log drive, 1961 — Share the History Love... “River Pigs” fight the foam of Clearwater River, to work a huge white pine log off the shoals in 1961. Logs are cut during the summer, decked on the upstream banks, and tumbled in with Spring floods. The river carries them downstream to the mills for processing. Kaniksu National Forest, Idaho. [...]
- Unloading King Crab in Seldovia, 1965 — Share the History Love... Unloading king crab off a fishing boat in Seldovia, Alaska, 1965. Share the History Love... [...]
- Man cooling off in bird bath on hot day — Share the History Love... Man cooling off in bird bath on hot day. Share the History Love... [...]
- Archbishop racing Sisters in paddleboats, 1952 — Share the History Love... Archbishop Cushing races Sister of the Divine Providence in paddleboats at Norumbega Park at outing for girls from Camp Mishannock in August 1952. Share the History Love... [...]