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students of a girls school attending a first aid training for rescued swimmers. London, May 21, 1932

students of a girls school attending a first aid training for rescued swimmers. London, May 21, 1932

camp buddies participate in interracial activities at Camp Christmas Seals, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. August, 1943[?], Haverstraw, New York.  photo by Gordon Parks
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camp buddies participate in interracial activities at Camp Christmas Seals, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. August, 1943[?], Haverstraw, New York.  photo by Gordon Parks
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camp buddies participate in interracial activities at Camp Christmas Seals, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. August, 1943[?], Haverstraw, New York.  photo by Gordon Parks

group of girls sitting with a glass of milk during the Queen’s Day feast of van de Vereniging tot Veredelijking van het Volksvermaak, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1931

group of girls sitting with a glass of milk during the Queen’s Day feast of van de Vereniging tot Veredelijking van het Volksvermaak, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1931

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Two young Chinese girls chat with each other in a moon gate in a courtyard of a Chinese home, 1932. Photograph by W. Robert Moore, National Geographic

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Two young Chinese girls chat with each other in a moon gate in a courtyard of a Chinese home, 1932. Photograph by W. Robert Moore, National Geographic

agroup of children enjoy a book reading and program at Mae Pryce Brooks’ bookstore at North McCadden Place in Hollywood. Called the Boys’ and Girls’ Bookshop, the store was opened by Ms Brooks with the intent to provide parents and children a nice space in which to look at and purchase books. As seen here, the interior design welcomes children and encourages a love of books and reading. photo by Porter S Cleveland, July 9, 1930

agroup of children enjoy a book reading and program at Mae Pryce Brooks’ bookstore at North McCadden Place in Hollywood. Called the Boys’ and Girls’ Bookshop, the store was opened by Ms Brooks with the intent to provide parents and children a nice space in which to look at and purchase books. As seen here, the interior design welcomes children and encourages a love of books and reading. photo by Porter S Cleveland, July 9, 1930

Pham Doan Phuong, 6, and Pham Quynh Phuong, 4, salute the Amerian flag in the auditorium of United Community Church in Glendale. The little girls are part of 100 Vietnamese refugees the church is sponsoring for resettlement in the Southland. photo by Conrad Mercurio, June 5, 1975

Pham Doan Phuong, 6, and Pham Quynh Phuong, 4, salute the Amerian flag in the auditorium of United Community Church in Glendale. The little girls are part of 100 Vietnamese refugees the church is sponsoring for resettlement in the Southland. photo by Conrad Mercurio, June 5, 1975