Uncle Sam shows how troops traveled 75 years ago and today in military pageant held at Camp Holabird, Maryland. Seventy-five years ago Uncle Sam's troops moved and carried their supplies by ox-cart and now today, they use high-powered tanks to carry them against the enemy. All this was shown to public at the Military Transportation Pageant held at Camp Holabird, Baltimore, Maryland, June 12, by the United States Army
Mrs. Hoover presents cup to boy winner at National 4-H Club Camp. Mrs. Hoover presenting to John C. Jackson of East Baton Rouge Parish, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the cup known as the Secretary of Agriculture Trophy, at the National Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club Camp held on the grounds of the Department of Agriculture in Washington. This award is made to the biy and girl selected as best typifying 4-H club work of the 700,000 rural boys and girls enrolled in the 4-H farm and home making clubs in the 48 states and Hawaii. Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde can be seen next to Mrs. Hoover
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Scouts present president with buffalo horn as birthday gift. President Hoover will be 56 years old on Sunday, August 10. Representative Boy Scouts of the District of Columbia presented him with a buffalo horn as a birthday present today. Harold [...], Troop 33, Takoma Park, Md., is shown making the presentation. The horn was prepared by over 200 scouts at their summer camp, Camp Roosevelt on Chesapeake Bay [White House, Washington, D.C.]
Colonel H.P. Sheldon, U.S. Game Commissioner, and Hon. R.W. Dunlap, Assist. Secretary of Agriculture, aboard the new speedboat recently purchased by the Department of Agriculture for use in enforcing the migratory bird law in the Potomac River. The boat is fully equipped, and will run 30 miles an hour
Drinking fountains are provided at engineering projects and recreational parks for visitors' convenience. This one was donated by the labor unions associated in the Tennessee Valley Workers' Council as a memorial to a labor relations official of the Authority after his death. The bronze dedication placque carries the favorite stanza of the deceased which reads as follows: "Mourn not the dead who in the cool earth lie, Dust unto dust, The calm sweet earth that mothers all who die, As all men must, But rather mourn the apathetic throng, The cowed and the meek, Who know the world's great anguish and its wrong, And dare not speak."
Schoolchildren line up for free issue of soup and a slice of bread in the Depression, Belmore North Public School, Sydney, 2 August 1934 / Sam Hood
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