Twin Beech 18 crazy twist Built in 1943 by the Beechcraft Corporation in Wichita, Kansas. Bought new by the United States Army Air Corps and severed as a navigation trainer and then served in the Civil Aeronautics Administration as VIP transport until 1949. Now it's the flagship of the Younkin Airshow. (email@example.com)
Stunning pictures of men and women who were born into slavery and photographed more than seventy years after being freed
This woman is one of the last faces of slavery. In the 1920s and 1930s, an interest in slave narratives was rekindled, and as part of the Federal Writers’ Project of the Work Progress Administration, more than 2,000 first-person accounts of slavery were collected, as well as 500 black and white photographs. Most were in their 80s and 90s.
When the approach to the building is as pretty as the building... Lake Brownwood Rec Hall (AKA the Clubhouse), constructed by the Civil Works Administration in 1933. The CCC arrived the next year and added to the park 16 stone cabins, the boat dock and landing, two residences, the fisherman's lodge, and trail features. A true New Deal collab! TPWD photo by John B. Chandler #txstateparks #cccparks #newdeal #betteroutside #parkitecture #preservation #lakebrownwood #lakebrownwoodstatep...
On July 15, 1938, PRESIDENT FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT wrote a letter of greeting to the representatives of the public and of the medical professions who would be attending the National Health Conference in Washington, D.C. The President told them that there was a pressing need for a coordinated national action program on health. "Such a program," wrote the President, "necessarily must take account of the fact that millions . . . .