Four men, three of them American American, load and unload goods at a river landing. The men are using a gangplank to access the riverboat. One man holds chickens and a package in his hand. A riverboat captain stands in the background.
African Americans; School children; Students; Teenagers; Vaccinations; Preventive medicine
Seven African American boys and girls of varying ages display their vaccinations as they stand outdoors against a building. It is assumed that the building is the Fosterville Colored School. Sepia tone.
African-American woman with her hand on a young child's head. Both are cleanly dressed but barefoot. The young child is positioned behind her toy high chair, smiling into the camera. The woman seems to be squinting or frowning.
Four African-American men relax on the deck of a riverboat. The man in front wears blue jeans, vest, coat, and boots. The man in back wears overalls and a plaid shirt. Visible in the background are stacked wooden boxes.
"The Naturalist" article, pages 166-167, about the difficulties of harvesting grapes. The article provides information on how to harvest a grape crop successfully. The author notes that native grapes are better suited to this country than foreign...
Articles from the "Orchards and Garden" section of the inaugural, March 10, 1882, issue of the "Rural Record" conveying the emphasis placed on the growth of fruit in the state of Tennessee during this time period. On this page, comparisions are...
Eastern Airlines airplane pictured in front of the Municipal Airport in Nashville, Tennessee. American and Tennessee flags and red, white & blue bunting decorate the building. A crowd of men in suits stands near the plane.
The illistration on page 69 is identified as Figure 36. It is a line drawing representing an entire unit caught in a Viet-Cong (VC) ambush. The schematic is followed by textual directions on the proper military response to this situation.