danniepolley: Washington, DC, USA
danniepolley: White House, Washington, DC, USA
danniepolley: "Super Strong" Lamp, 2016, Doris Darling, b. 1980
danniepolley: Untitled, 2018, David Colton, b. 1974
danniepolley: This Shit is Bananas, 2017, Megan Stelljes, b. 1987
danniepolley: Washington, DC, USA
danniepolley: Feta Bacon Omelet
danniepolley: World War II Memorial with Lincoln Memorial in the background from the Washington Monument, Washington, DC, USA
danniepolley: Washington, DC, USA
danniepolley: Pool Side Dumbarton Oats
danniepolley: Washington, DC, USA
danniepolley: And a Woman Mans a Cannon, Panel 12, 1955
danniepolley: - an informer's coded message, Panel 11, 1955, Rebel of Loyalist
danniepolley: We crossed the River at McKonkey's Ferry 9 miles above Trenton... the night was excessively severe... which the men bore without the least murmur - Tench Tilghman, 27, December 1776, Panel 10, 1954
danniepolley: Defeat, Panel 9, 1954, Inscription: Dying Horse
danniepolley: Wheaton Park, Wheaton, Maryland, USA
danniepolley: World War II Memorial, taken from the Washington Monument, Washington, DC
danniepolley: Mural by Alice Lee, Cupertino, CA
danniepolley: Wheaton Park, Wheaton, Maryland, USA
danniepolley: Washington Monument, Washington, DC, USA
danniepolley: ...again the rebels rushed furiously on our men. -a Hessian soldier, Panel 8, 1954
danniepolley: The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country. -Thomas Paine, 1776, Panel 7, 1954
danniepolley: ... we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honour- 4 July 1776, Panel 6, 1955
danniepolley: We have no property! We have no wives! No children! We have no city! No country!- petition of may slaves, 1773, Panel 5, 1955
danniepolley: Washington, DC, USA
danniepolley: No 26, Immigrants admitted from all countries, 1956, The American Struggle, Jacob Lawrence
danniepolley: The Shower, 1952, Georges Braque, 1882-1963
danniepolley: Tunk Mountains, Autumn, Maine, 1945, John Marin, 1870-1953
danniepolley: Mont Sainte-Victoire, between 1886 and 1887, Paul Cezanne, 1839-1906
danniepolley: Washington, DC, USA