National Beagle Club of America meeting, 1914
National Beagle Club of America, 1914
A pack trial and bench show event for the National Beagle Club of America held on Foggy Bottom Road, Bluemont, VA in 1914. Packs represented include Piedmont Hunt Club, Sir Sister Beagles, Belray Beagles, Ragdale Beagles, Somerset Beagles, and Wheatley Beagles.
note: kind of looks like herding cats to me.
The Great Ziegfeld, at the National Theater, Washington, D.C. 1936
Flood in Chicago, 1954
Gilbert and Elsie May Grosvenor with their son Melville Bell, 1902
Elsie was the daughter of Alexander Graham Bell. Gilbert was National Geographic’s first full-time editor.
1908 telegram from Alexander Graham Bell to his daughter, Elsie.
Peggy Townsend, 1939′s cherry blossom queen.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates the 1912 gift of Japanese cherry trees from Tokyo’s mayor Yukio Ozaki to Washington D.C.. The first festival was held in 1935 and the tradition continues to this day.
Street view, Washington DC, 1934