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1919 and the “Great Unrest”
Republican Warren G. Harding
Flu patients in Oakland, California, 1918 Wounded U.S. received first-aid on the French warfront, 1918
Allied leaders gather at Palace of Versailles, France, for treaty negotiations, June 1919
French officer stands near the graves of the war front dead, eastern France
“Blowing Bubbles,” March 1919
Bolshevik (Communist) propaganda in Russia, 1918
“Put Them Out and Keep Them Out,” Philadelphia Inquirer, 1919
“Treat ‘Em Rough,” Literary Digest, August 1919
Chicago steel workers strike, 1919
The Chicago Daily Tribune, May 1919
“Keeping Warm,” Los Angeles Times, 1919
I.W.W. union offices after government raid, 1919
“A. Mitchell Palmer Out For A Stroll,” Chicago Tribune, 1920
Aftermath of the bombing on Wall Street, September 16, 1920
Republican presidential candidate Warren G. Harding
President Warren G. Harding and V.P Calvin Coolidge, ca. 1922
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