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Miss Liberty: 1942

Miss Liberty: 1942

May 1942. Emily Schwak, Queen of the May at the Beecher Street School in Southington, Connecticut, where the children put on a patriotic display. View full size. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Fenno Jacobs.

 

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Kodachrome 1942

I cannot believe that this photo is almost 66 years old... The quality is mindblowing! Once again you've posted an absolutely amazing photo and I thank you for it. I can't get enough of this site!

I love the tap shoes...

...and the Victory Garden poster!

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