Changing of the Guard for Unknown Soldiers at Arlington - one of the most touching, Patriotic things I have ever seen.
"Whatcha gonna do with that bottle of shampoo??" - PewDiePie. It was the only quote that fit!!
Fashion History - Women's Clothing in the 1940s | Bellatory
NYC. Probably a CORE protest, Brooklyn, 1963. By Leonard Freed
February 12, 1946 – African American United States Army veteran Isaac Woodard is severely beaten by a South Carolina police officer to the point where he loses his vision in both eyes. The incident galvanizes the Civil Rights Movement and partially inspires Orson Welles' film Touch of Evil.
Central Park Plaza, from Fifth Avenue at 58th Street, from the series Changing New York 1937 Berenice Abbott
Lady Liberty remained dark during World War II, her lights were briefly relit on two occasions, the second of which was May 8, 1945. In this photo, Superintendent George Palmer throws the switch to relight the torch to mark the surrender of Germany.