Patriotic bald eagle on Nestucca River flag pole. Email TR.BSLindikoffNestucca2.JPGView full sizeUdo LindikoffUdo Lindikoff of Portland photographed a patriotic bald eagle from his vacation home in Pacific City on the Nestucca River. Send us a high-resolution photo from your travels to email@example.com. Include the photogr
The First Flag Raising on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, 23 February 1945. Marines of the 28th Regiment, Fifth Marine Division, hoist the U.S. flag on a piece of pipe, at about 1020 Hrs. after capturing the summit of Mount Suribachi. Holding the flagpole are Sergeant H.O. Hansen, Platoon Sergeant E.I. Thomas, and First Lieutenant H.G. Schrier. In the foreground Private First Class J.R. Michaels stands guard with an M-1 Carbine. Corporal C.W. Lindberg is behind him
This photograph was taken at the Narragansett Indian Church and shows the Narragansett tribal flag flying *above* the United States flag on the same flagpole. It is a pale blue field, with the tribal seal centrally located.
[Rural schoolhouse]. Location unknown. View of log school building with flagpole and flag at side. Outbuildings in background. Automobile and two children in front. Vintage negative number : (no number). [Between 1910-1930] Photographer: L.A. Huffman. Catalog # 981-927