Union Army troops occupying Courthouse Square in Huntsville, following its capture and occupation by federal forces in 1864. The soldiers reportedly tore down the North Alabama College to construct their winter quarters using brick from the college. The Old Northern Bank of Alabama is visible in the left of the photograph.
Union Army occupying Courthouse Square in Huntsville, 1864
- Trimming the Christmas tree in England, 1943 — Share the History Love... Left to right: Cpl. Michael J. Sabagh [381st HQ] of Lawrence, Mass., Pvt. Larry H. James [2021st Fire Platoon] of Campbellsville, Ky., Cpl. Goldmer S. Elkins [2003rd Fire Platoon] of Cyclone, W.Va., and Cpl. Thomas Hallingam [330th SS] of Pittsburgh, Pa., trim a Christmas tree for a party given for homeless [...]
- Decorating the tree with banknotes, 1942 — Share the History Love... Louise Yuse with a Christmas tree decorated with banknotes that will be used to purchase war bonds, 1942. Share the History Love... [...]
- Gift Guide: Revolutionary War Fans — Share the History Love... “1773” Boston Tea Party t-shirt: The History List Store George Washington’s Secret Six: The Spy Ring that Saved the American Revolution by Brian Kilmeade: Amazon Liberty! The American Revolution: Amazon Betsy Ross finger puppet and refrigerator magnet: Amazon “Revolutionary Superheroes” sticker:The History List Store “Old Battlefield” scented candle: WertherAndGray (Etsy) “History Nerd” mug [...]
- Christmas decorations in San Antonio, 1947 — Share the History Love... Christmas decorations in San Antonio, Texas in 1947. The photograph is showing East Houston Street looking east from St. Mary’s Street. Share the History Love... [...]
- Christmas mass during the Battle of the Bulge — Share the History Love... During the Battle of the Bulge in 1944, Christmas was still celebrated. This ration warehouse in Antwerp, Belgium, served as a chapel on Christmas Day. A pile of ration crates became the altar. The port chaplain, Martin Durkin, conducted the services. The men left their work only long enough to attend [...]