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VAV!/August 25, 2011

Crabbs Tropical Treat is THE place to see and be seen. Remember, 'there's more treats at the Treat!'

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  Pictured: Taft/Roosevelt 1909/LOC VAV!/November 8, 2012/WASHINGTON, DC During the  Presidential Inauguration, the newly elected President of the United States will take the oath of office. Since the clear, cool day of April 30, 1789 at the first Swearing-In Ceremony for President George Washington in Federal Hall, New York, NY - U.S. Presidents have been sworn into office, usually in public, though some ocassions in private following the death or resignation of a President, or because Inauguration Day fell on a Sunday.

 

Presidential Inauguration

  Pictured: Taft/Roosevelt 1909/LOC VAV!/November 8, 2012/WASHINGTON, DC During the  Presidential Inauguration, the newly elected President of the United States will take the oath of office. Since the clear, cool day of April 30, 1789 at the first Swearing-In Ceremony for President George Washington in Federal Hall, New York, NY - U.S. Presidents have been sworn into office, usually in public, though some ocassions in private following the death or resignation of a President, or because Inauguration Day fell on a Sunday.

 

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VAV!/January 7, 2011/Contributed by By Rocket Girl and Karena Orbitor {play}images/audio/Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 39-04-05 001 The Origin Show.mp3{/play} (Audio/Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 4/5/39) It was January 7, 1929 when a new comic strip appeared bearing the prologue "I was 20 years old when they stopped the World War and mustered me out of the air service.... " Thus began Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and with it, Buck's continuing influence on modern day society. Below is the Buck Rogers film short made for the 1934 Chicago World's Fair...

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