school days

Vintage Made in the USA Metal Sign

I pledge allegiance to the Flag…

Charles Peterson........@@@@@@@@......http://es.pinterest.com/dianademeridor/old-schools-young-rascals/

~ God Bless America, our families and our friends ~ How Precious is this ~ Grandpa raising the Flag ~ and his Grandson with his right hand over his heart ~ the old Farmhouse, dogs and chickens ~ "Ole Glory, LONG MAY SHE WAVE" ~ ♥ :) ~ By Artist Jack Sorenson www.jacksorensonfineart.com ~ via pinterest https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=465506633525820=a.352643578145460.81730.352631861479965=1

Our national symbols.

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America....

Memories of Granny's Hands

'That's My Flag' .... Charles Twelvetrees.....This is awesome!

a small boy and his dog, salute the American Flag, precious. We need to encourage this or who will defend America in the years to come? 2016 is so important. Choose carefully.

grade school report cards! (someone diid really well)

Cupboard air raid shelter at a day nursery in the East End of London

Vintage Cowboy and Cowgirl

"And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there." -Francis Scott Key, Star Spangled Banner

Gas Station, c.1950 - aaaaah yes....those were the days!!! You just sat in your car and the nice attendant did all the work....not only pumped your gas, but checked your oil, and cleaned your windows....dirty or not!! And if you asked...they would check your air pressure and put the air in your tires too if needed. Can you imagine....those were the days my friend...

Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States (1981–89)

"COLORED MEN - The Frst Americans Who Planted our Flag on the Firing Line!" WWI poster of African-American soldiers in bayonet combat with German soldiers, as Lincoln says, "Liberty and freedom shall not perish!" 350,000 served in segregated units, and several units saw action with the French, and 171 won the Legion of Honor. By the end of 1917, over 600 men became captains and lieutenants.