Bygone Americana

President Roosevelt speaking from train at Bismarck, North Dakota, 1936.
By Arthur Rothstein

President Roosevelt speaking from train at Bismarck, North Dakota, 1936.

By Arthur Rothstein

(Source: TIME)

President Franklin D. Roosevelt talks to a young mother while sitting in his car during a trip to the western U.S. in January 1936.
By Thomas D. McAvoy

President Franklin D. Roosevelt talks to a young mother while sitting in his car during a trip to the western U.S. in January 1936.

By Thomas D. McAvoy

(Source: TIME)

From The Story of the 442nd Combat Team, which was made up solely of Japanese Americans during World War II.

From The Story of the 442nd Combat Team, which was made up solely of Japanese Americans during World War II.

(Source: calisphere.universityofcalifornia.edu)

Teenagers showing their support for candidates by painting their car. Atlanta, 1947.
By Ed Clark

Teenagers showing their support for candidates by painting their car. Atlanta, 1947.

By Ed Clark

(Source: images.google.com)