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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • CARNAVAL EN LA HABANA, 1941

Passageway: 1944

Passageway: 1944

October 1944. Wilkes County, Georgia. "Woods Plantation Country House, Washington vicinity." Photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston. View full size.

 

The Rifle

must be for when the revenuers would come.

Bang

Okay, I've waited two days now for someone to say something about the rifle on the wall. I guess it's up to me.

Defend yourself

I am not sure that I would fire that shotgun before checking the barrel to see if the mud dauber wasps had plugged it.

My First Thought

I was excited to open the comment and it was "breezeway"; that was exactly what I thought when I scrolled down to the picture. Growing up in Oregon, my friends house had one. We always played in the breezeway.

Fresh Air

Ahh, a breezeway. Frances Benjamin Johnston does it again!

 
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