A common stand used in post mortem photography. Used in the 1800s to prop up deceased relatives for an image that provided a precious keepsake of a loved one.
Picture Taken On: October 1, 1940 Place: Troops marching down Eighth Street at the Columbia Avenue intersection, New Westminster, Canada Behind the Camera: Claude P. Dettloff Picture Summary: The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught’s Own Rifles) marching down the street when Warren “Whitey” Bernard runs out to his father, Pte. Jack Bernard.
41 Republican Senators Voted Against a Landmark Veterans Bill in February, Today…
It would be nice if the republican congress would treat the veterans that go to war for us as well as they treat corporations that profit form the those very same wars.