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Flag of U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876

via Wikimedia Commons, public domain
The Fourth of July, 1916

by American artist Childe Hassam 

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Then - Now - Forever 

God Bless America!🇺🇸

Recruitment poster for The United States Army, c. 1938
via Wikimedia Commons, public domain
A speculative illustration of John Paul Jones hoisting the Stars and Stripes aboard the USS Ranger in 1777

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Betsy Ross making the 1st flag

Image: The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library. "Betsy Ross making the 1st flag." New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed August 23, 2020.
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Little boy standing, holding an American flag

c. 1890

via The J. Paul Getty Museum, not in copyright
20 star American Flag from 1818

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Little boy in a sailor uniform holding a small sword, standing in front of a framed portrait of William McKinley with an American flag draped over it

c. 1896

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God Bless America!🇺🇸

“Woman making American Flag”
Maker: Mrs. Benjamin F. Russell 
c. 1910

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“US Navy Sailors aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Laboon (DDG 58) fold the American flag after shifting colors while departing Faslane, Scotland.”

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On September 30th, 1935 "Boulder Dam” was dedicated. 
During the Truman Administration, Congress officially restored the name "Hoover Dam” in 1947.

Image: An over 500ft long American Flag hanging over the face of the Hoover Dam in 1996 via Wikimedia Commons, public domain
Raising the American flag on Morro Castle, Havana, Cuba

- 1899

via NYPL Digital Collections, no known restrictions
“Largest Old Glory placed on U.S. Capitol for flag exercises. An unusual view of the largest American flag in the world as it was displayed across the front of the United States Capitol where flag exercises were conducted by the United States Flag Association. The flag is 160 feet in length and 90 feet wide”

- 1929 

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"Formal raising of first flag of U.S. / Veracruz 2 P.M. April 27, 1914" 

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61 years ago today on July 4th, 1960 designer Bob Heft stood with President Dwight D. Eisenhower as the new 50 star American flag was adopted and flown as the official flag of the United States.
Women sewing American flags at the Brooklyn Navy Yard 

- Image dated July 7th, 1917

via Library of Congress, no known restrictions
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