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Thanksgiving festivities at Fort Pulaski, Georgia, Thursday, Nov. 27 / from a sketch by our special artist, W.T. Crane.

Festivities after Ramadan in Moslem cemetery, Jaffa, Palestine

Thanksgiving festivities / Keppler.

[May Day festivities at Forest Glen, Md.]

May Day festivities, Forest Glen, Md.

May Day festivities, Forest Glen, Md.

[Woodrow Wilson and Edith Wilson participating in Armistice Day festivities]

Spectators at the National Rice Festival in restaurant after festivities. Crowley, Louisiana

Spectators at the National Rice Festival in restaurant after festivities. Crowley, Louisiana

Baseball game after May Day-Health Day festivities at Irwinville Farms, Georgia

Music class practicing songs for May Day-Health Day festivities. Flint River Farms, Georgia

Crowd watching baseball game after May Day-Health Day festivities of Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

Music class practicing songs for May Day-Health Day festivities. Flint River Farms, Georgia

Picnic lunch at May Day-Health Day festivities at Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

May queen and maypole dance at May Day-Health Day festivities at Irwinville Farms, Georgia

Ninth grade dancing Virginia reel at May Day-Health Day festivities. Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

Second and third grade children being made up for their Negro song and dance at May Day-Health Day festivities. Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

Baseball game after May Day-Health Day festivities at Irwinville Farms, Georgia

Baseball game after May Day-Health Day festivities at Irwinville Farms, Georgia

FIRST LADY WELCOMES FIRST OF EASTER EGG ROLLERS. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 25. TWO-YEAR-OLD MARSHA WILLIAMS, DAUGHTER OF CAPT. HERBERT WILLIAMS, U.S. MARINE CORPS AND MRS. WILLIAMS, IS GREETED BY MRS. ROOSEVELT AS SHE ARRIVED TO ROLL HER EASTER EGGS ON THE SOUTH LAWN OF THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. BECAUSE OF THE COLD WEATHER THE CROWD WAS THE SMALLEST IN 15 YEARS TO ATTEND THE TRADITIONAL FESTIVITIES. MRS. WILLIAMS IS SHOWN ON DAUGHTER'S LEFT

The "potato pole" is erected in the center of Presque Isle, Maine, for the festivities on day of barrel rolling contest

Military Y.M.C.A. Xmas [i.e., Christmas] festivities, "Australian", showing Xmas tree

Military Y.M.C.A. Xmas [i.e., Christmas] festivities, "Australian"

A poster comes to life. Long awaited by Woolslayer, he celebrated the visit of the soldier and sailor with a party at his home. Friends, relatives and fellow workers made up the list of guests. No ordinary party, this one will be remembered by the Woolslayers for years to come. Festivities started at 8 p.m. and lasted well into the next morning. Woolslayer's father and mother posed proudly for the photographer between Chief Evans and Sergeant Vineyard. Allegheny-Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

A poster comes to life. Long awaited by Woolslayer, he celebrated the visit of the soldier and sailor with a party at his home. Friends, relatives and fellow workers made up the list of guests. No ordinary party, this one will be remembered by the Woolslayers for years to come. Festivities started at 8 p.m. and lasted well into the next morning. And ham on rye plus beer added just the right note. That's Mrs. Woolslayer helping Chief Evans to a sandwich. George Woolslayer stands between his wife and guest. Allegheny-Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

A poster comes to life. Long awaited by Woolslayer, he celebrated the visit of the soldier and sailor with a party at his home. Friends, relatives and fellow workers made up the list of guests. No ordinary party, this one will be remembered by the Woolslayers for years to come. Festivities started at 8 p.m. and lasted well into the next morning. Allegheny-Ludlum Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Jitterbug contest ended the festivities at the second annual field day at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) farm workers' community. Yuma, Arizona

Dance which ended the festivities at the second annual field day at the FSA (Farm Security Administration) farm workers' community. Yuma, Arizona

A poster comes to life. Long awaited by Woolslayer, he celebrated the visit of the soldier and sailor with a party at his home. Friends, relatives and fellow workers made up the list of guests. No ordinary party, this one will be remembered by the Woolslayers for years to come. Festivities started at 8 p.m. and lasted well into the next morning. Proudly seated on Sergeant Vineyard's knee is Woolslayer's eight-year-old daughter, Georgia Ann, who stayed up long past her bedtime to take part in the fun. Allegheny-Ludlum Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Wood Hamilton is all dressed up for Mardi Gras festivities in Mobile, Alabama

Official greeters. Washington, D.C., May 8. The official receiving line at the first official reception of the 10th International Congress of Military Medicine and Pharmacy was snapped tonight just before festivities started. Left to right: Mrs. Reynolds, Major General Charles R. Reynolds, Mrs. Harry Woodring, and Secretary of War Harry Woodring

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