Tag: Facial Hair Fridays
Some time ago, a Facebook fan expressed thanks that we would never combine our First Ladies Friday with our Facial Hair Friday. To which we replied, never say never! Of course, the facial hair in this photograph is not on First Lady Pat Nixon, but that scraggly surfer goatee is in very close proximity to [...]
Posted by Hilary on August 24, 2012, under - Presidents, Facial Hair Fridays.
Tags: california, conservation, Facial Hair Fridays, First Ladies, Legacy of PArks, Mexican border, Mexico, Nixon, Pat Nixon, surfing
Edward Bates was living quietly and comfortably in 1860. He had been out of public life for two decades but now was being courted by backers for the highest office in the land. The new Republican Party’s nomination for President of the United States was wide open, and a number of contenders were vying for [...]
Posted by Mary on March 11, 2011, under Facial Hair Fridays, Uncategorized.
Tags: abraham lincoln, Edward Bates, facial hair friday, Facial Hair Fridays, national archives, National archives and records administration
Here at Prologue: Pieces of History, we have Facial Hair Friday. On the Harry S. Truman Library’s Facebook page, they celebrate Millinery Monday! When I was very little, I loved poking through my mother’s old hatboxes stored in the basement. Alas, the era of wearing hats for every occasion had passed, but she had saved her [...]
Posted by Mary on March 7, 2011, under Uncategorized.
Tags: american history, Bess Truman, Facial Hair Fridays, hats, Millinery Monday, national archives, National archives and records administration, Pieces of History, Truman Library
They just lit up the White House Christmas tree here in Washington, DC, and temperatures here have taken a North Pole-style turn for the worse (I am beginning to wonder if I’ll need to knit myself a neard). So, here at Facial Hair Friday, I thought it might be time to do a search for “Santa” in [...]
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 28, 1963. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at center. (542015 / 306-SSM-4C(51)15) This Saturday marks the anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I have a dream” speech. I was looking through ARC at the pictures of how many people participated, when [...]
Posted by Hilary on August 27, 2010, under - Civil Rights, - The 1960s, Facial Hair Fridays.
Tags: civil rights, Facial Hair Fridays, Jr., March on Washington, Martin Luther Kingamerican history, NARA, national archives, National archives and records administration, odd history, Pieces of History, prologue blog, Prologue magazine, random history, weird US history