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Bunny Boy: 1923

Bunny Boy: 1923

April 2, 1923. Washington, D.C. A happy Easter egg roller at the White House. National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

 

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The Ring

I've seen small signet rings before and wondered who wore them. Young boys, perhaps? He has such a bright, smiling face that really speaks of spring.

Ouch!

And, being all boy, he has a nice big scar in the middle of his forehead, probably from tripping and falling while running full tilt.

re: Bunny Boy

That is very true. He is also wearing a very nice ring on his right hand, I can't tell what it is though.

Bunny Boy

This little boy is wearing a handsome wool tweed suit with leather buttons, short pants and knee socks. It used to be a rite of passage when boys received their first pair of long pants. This is a great photo for this boy's descendants to treasure. I don't know the National Photo Company's policy for distribution of their photos, but I hope this boy's parents received a print!

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