Here are some of the young black men of Vashon High School in the City of St. Louis, Missouri in 1948. I came across my Uncle Henry Hodge’s scrapbook with photos in them. This is the Third Post in the series of photos from Vashon High. Hope you enjoy them. I love the way the young men dressed back in the 1940’s.
Here are some more photos that were in my Uncle’s Scrapbook. This is a continuum of Post #1. If you would like to see the other photos posted from Vashon High School Graduating Class of 1948 go here http://yvetteportermoore.com/vashon-high-school-class-photos-1948-st-louis-missouri/ .
Here are a few of the Graduating Class Photos for Vashon High School of St. Louis, Missouri of 1948. My Uncle Henry Hodge along with my father Walter J. Porter attended Vashon H.S. Henry was two years behind my father. … Continue reading
Henry Hodge (My Uncle) had this photo in his scrapbook collection. This is a photo of Dan Isaacson and his family. Henry met Dan the year he was a participant of the “Encampment for Citizenship” in New York in 1950.
Loosely placed inside my Uncle’s [Henry Hodge] scrapbook I found an interesting photo of men on horseback. I had seen this picture before, but thought it must have been taken at a racetrack, as the “Day of the Races.” I continued turning the pages while looking at all the photo’s inside; then I put the scrapbook away for a few weeks.
|Mack Taylor & Other Army personnel training horses for Combat
Henry Hodge Photo Collection