A brand new flash sheet I just completed. Prints will be available soon. More details to come.
January 1937. “Children of citrus workers in hallway of apartment house. Winter Haven, Fla.” Swearing, Gambling and Drinking, with their little brother Allowed. Photo by Arthur Rothstein, Resettlement Administration. View full size.
Anonymous said: How tall are you? You feel great big to me but I am not sure
Yes this is a grave tricky thing to know. I often find it very difficult to figure my physical presence, and it seems that I sometimes expand to fill the space, great long bones and enormously skulled and a shoulder in each corner. And othertimes I fall fall down tiny holes and I can never get out. Also sometimes I am not here at all.
You’d think a beagle rescued from a testing lab might not make a great pet (but you’d be so wrong)
Melanie Kaplan’s rescued beagle, Alexander Hamilton, is different from most rescued dogs. He wasn’t found wandering the streets or adopted from an animal shelter.
Hamilton, or “Hammy” for short, was rescued from a laboratory where experiments are conducted on animals — a lab funded by taxpayer money.
Hamilton is one of the DC7, seven beagles freed from a Washington-area lab last year by the Beagle Freedom Project, a nonprofit that works to release dogs used in research.