Fred Stark, director of San Antonio Zoo, feeds new baby elephants that arrived overnight by railway express from their former home in Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo on April 5, 1962.
Feeding baby elephants at the San Antonio Zoo, 1962
- Horse-drawn garbage wagon, 1915 — Horse-drawn garbage wagon of the Department of Health and Sanitation in Seattle, Washington on October 28, 1915. Share the History Love... [...]
- Kennedy: “We chose to go to the moon”, 1962 — President Kennedy, in his “Nation’s Space Effort” speech at Rice University Stadium in Houston, Texas, spoke the following famous line: “We choose to go to the moon, and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.” He gave the speech on September 12, 1962. Share the History Love... [...]
- Gathering sap in the Green Mountain National Forest, 1938 — Two men gathering sap in the Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont in 1938. The production of Vermont maple syrup and other maple products is a thriving tradition that signals the arrival of spring in New England. There are only a few regions in the world suitable for maple syrup production. Vermont is, by far, the [...]
- Hostess dwarfed by huge Easter bunnies, 1964 — Posed amidst and dwarfed by huge Easter bunnies, Amanda Levant, daughter of wit-pianist Oscar Levant, prepares for her duties as a hostess at the Teen-Age Fair at the Hollywood Palladium on March 10, 1964. Share the History Love... [...]
- Fair housing protest in Seattle, 1964 — Fair housing protest which confronted racial discrimination in housing sales in Seattle, Washington, 1964. Share the History Love... [...]