Email SMS This Cite

Distance view of President Truman in the reviewing stand watching the Womens Army Corps march by in the Army Day parade in Washington, D. C.

National Archives and Records Administration
Part of:
Photographs Relating to the Administration, Family, and Personal Life of Harry S. Truman
More Like This
  • GIGANTIC PARADE MARKS MAY DAY IN MOSCOW [ETC.] Part 1, President Kalinin, Marshall Voroshilov, and Stalin review a parade in Moscow. Part 2, Vidkun Quisling is tri...
  • Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Frederick Trevor Hill Theodore Roosevelt praises Frederick Trevor Hill for marching "young boys" a long distance in "army fashion."
  • The parade of the pigmies Print shows Uncle Sam and Columbia observing from a viewing stand on the right and a group of American military officers observing from a...
  • The Post-Season Parade This cartoon highlights the biennial departure of "lame duck" members of Congress--those who are departing Capitol Hill after losing their b...
  • THE PARADE OF THE 2ND DIVISION The 2nd Division parades up Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., and 5th Avenue in New York City in 1919. President Wilson revie...