Negro cabaret with The Boyd Atkins Band, South Side Chicago, by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration, April 1941

Negro cabaret with The Boyd Atkins Band, South Side Chicago, by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration, April 1941

Royal Coach For Fairy Princess - Formerly the herd of a family-owned concern that began building state carriages for European monarchs in the reign of Frederick Wilhelm III of Prussia, Walter Leuschner (left) will construct a replica of the Napoleonic coach that has served as the project of the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild since 1930 for the fairy princess that presumably occupies Colleen Moore's famous doll house, now on tour of the country for the benefit of the nation's crippled children.  She is shown discussing the plan with the designer, while Frank C Riess, technical director of the General Motors-sponsored educational foundation, makes notes. photo filed January 31, 1935

Royal Coach For Fairy Princess - Formerly the herd of a family-owned concern that began building state carriages for European monarchs in the reign of Frederick Wilhelm III of Prussia, Walter Leuschner (left) will construct a replica of the Napoleonic coach that has served as the project of the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild since 1930 for the fairy princess that presumably occupies Colleen Moore's famous doll house, now on tour of the country for the benefit of the nation's crippled children.  She is shown discussing the plan with the designer, while Frank C Riess, technical director of the General Motors-sponsored educational foundation, makes notes. photo filed January 31, 1935

The Chicago Team poses before facing the New York team at The World Championships Women’s Bowling in New York, May 8, 1929

The Chicago Team poses before facing the New York team at The World Championships Women’s Bowling in New York, May 8, 1929

A Preakness Goodwill Tour - Baltimore Sun, May 8, 1936
Accompanied by Baltimore Mayor Howard W Jackson and his wife, the Preakness Queen Mrs W W Lanaham, and her court, embarked on a three-day, eight-city promotional goodwill tour of Maryland in the weeks leading up to the 1936 Preakness. 
'[The tour was] designed to make first the State and then the nation Preakness-conscious,' The Baltimore Sun reported. In the photograph, Mrs. Lanaham, second from left, enjoys dinner at the Chester River Yacht Club in Chestertown with Mayor Jackson (left) and his wife, who is seated next to Chestertown mayor Phillip B Wilmer.  Mrs W B Usilton III is the party’s other guest

A Preakness Goodwill TourBaltimore Sun, May 8, 1936

Accompanied by Baltimore Mayor Howard W Jackson and his wife, the Preakness Queen Mrs W W Lanaham, and her court, embarked on a three-day, eight-city promotional goodwill tour of Maryland in the weeks leading up to the 1936 Preakness. 

'[The tour was] designed to make first the State and then the nation Preakness-conscious,' The Baltimore Sun reported. In the photograph, Mrs. Lanaham, second from left, enjoys dinner at the Chester River Yacht Club in Chestertown with Mayor Jackson (left) and his wife, who is seated next to Chestertown mayor Phillip B Wilmer.  Mrs W B Usilton III is the party’s other guest