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Uncle Sam gives the thumbs up

Uncle Sam Patriotic Stove Pipe Hat $16



Uncle Sam Hat $16
- Stand out in a crowd.

This is a great patriotic item for dozens of occasions, the Uncle Sam Patriotic Stove Pipe Hat!

Posted by Visiting DC? (guest) on Tue 15 Jun 2010 05:07:29 PM UTC

Uncle Sam gives warm smile.

Uncle Sam Stove Pipe Hat $16



Uncle Sam Hat $16
- Stand out in a crowd.

This is a great patriotic item for dozens of occasions, the Uncle Sam Patriotic Stove Pipe Hat!

Posted by DC Gift Shop (guest) on Tue 15 Jun 2010 05:05:55 PM UTC

These young men and women represent the 4,000 cadets of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. Upon graduation, they will serve as second lieutenants in the United States Army.

American Flag Lapel Pin $12.00


American Flag Lapel Pin - $12.00

Posted by James Madison (guest) on Fri 11 Jun 2010 05:11:38 PM UTC

These young men and women represent the 4,000 cadets of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. Upon graduation, they will serve as second lieutenants in the United States Army.

what do you call that uniform. that uniform looks so cool. and i would love to have one.

Posted by Guest on Tue 15 Sep 2009 11:35:12 AM UTC

It takes 6 trucks 18 hours to transport all the horses from Culver to
Washington, D.C.

Mounted troops

Culver's Black Horse Troop rode through the cold streets of DC, accompanied this year by equestriennes riding light brown and white horses as well.

Posted by Jim Martin (guest) on Wed 21 Jan 2009 01:12:59 PM UTC

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The Black Horse Troop of culver

The famed Black Horse Troop of Culver was riding in the inaugural parade again this year. They've done so since 1913. This year they looked especially sharp!

Posted by Jim Martin (guest) on Wed 21 Jan 2009 01:09:25 PM UTC

The Mobile Azalea Trail Maids began in 1929 when Mobile, Alabama founded the Azalea
Trail. The Azalea Trail is the lining of the streets with miles of beautiful azaleas.

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Would like to wish the Maids the very best.....

There are very very few places left that combine the "Gentility" and "Refinement" of Southern Aristocratic
Charm......with the beauty of the "Best of the Best"....

However, as a 1969 Graduate of Murphy...now a Washington Insider.....I would only hope that the foolish move to St Pauls....reverses itself....that Beta and Delta Rule....that Curtis of UMS remember that "He" was never accepted........yea that is the truth...."We thought the guy was Gay....probably still is....LOL....

Here are the Names of the True and beloved Mobilian Society......

Armbrecht
Arendall
Turner
Luce
Baumhauer
Quakenbush
Shields
Hand
Bedsole
Smith
Bender
Pollman
Greer
Greaves
Outlaw

Now of course your name is not there...Because you are indeed NOT the real deal...but only a Wanna Be....

Becoming a member of the Althestan...

Posted by Not Native Mobilian (guest) on Thu 01 Jan 2009 08:51:56 AM UTC

Navy Soldiers

Hello

HI

Posted by Hi is there a Micheal Halloway out there? I am at alisha.sprister@yahoo.com please reply!!! (guest) on Thu 25 Dec 2008 04:54:56 AM UTC

The Mobile Azalea Trail Maids began in 1929 when Mobile, Alabama founded the Azalea
Trail. The Azalea Trail is the lining of the streets with miles of beautiful azaleas.

Lovely

The Trail Maids represent the best young women that Mobile has to offer. They continuously show great poise and grace, even in the most hostile of environments. Well done ladies, and keep up the good work!

Posted by Christopher (guest) on Mon 08 Dec 2008 12:54:03 AM UTC

The fifty high school senior girls are wearing pastel-colored Antebellum hoop dresses for this year's
Inaugural Parade.

Dear Laura

Unfortunately, you will not be able to get a dress like this. These are the Mobile Azalea Trail Maids dresses. The pattern and idea belongs to the sponsors.

Posted by Maggie (guest) on Sat 13 Sep 2008 01:33:54 AM UTC

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