Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 11/06/2012


Photo taken on July 17, 2010



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Taylor County
Route 119
U.S. 119
U.S. Route 119
northern West Virginia
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West Main Street
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downtown Grafton
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2010-07-17
July 2010
Robert Frank
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Grafton
West Virginia
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Old Robert Frank photos of views of people's faces getting obstructed by US flags!

Old Robert Frank photos of views of people's faces getting obstructed by US flags!
It's almost like Parade—Hoboken, New Jersey 1955!!

Mine has a white plastic child and a powerstrip. The child hasn't got backs on its legs.

What accounts for the widespread use of that particular color for so many electrical outlet covers and powerstrips in the U.S.? Everytime I see a crosswalk I'm reminded of the white stripes of American flags.

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In downtown Grafton, West Virginia, on July 17th, 2010, a display window at "Newby's Oldies" on the south side of West Main Street (U.S. Route 119), west of St. John Street.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
GT1749 Mannequins (Figures)—Pictorial works.
CR113 Flags—United States—Pictorial works.
HF5845 Show windows—United States—Pictorial works.
TA455.P5 Plastics—Pictorial works.
F249.G73 Grafton (W. Va.)—Pictorial works.

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