Dr. Lovett Smiles

It’s another travel day for me today so this will be a quickie. Here’s an image of President Lovett standing in the Sallyport on the day of the 1930 commencement garden party. It’s a great one, and rare. I believe he’s smiling, which is not a thing that was frequently photographed:

Glass EOL laughing in Sallyport 1930

And here’s another surprise–I’m taking the day off tomorrow. See y’all Monday.

Bonus: This post is coming to you directly from beautiful Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska!

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2 Responses to Dr. Lovett Smiles

  1. marmer01 says:

    Love that white suit, or maybe seersucker!

    • degb00 says:

      It’s probably a white linen suit. Look at all the wrinkles on the sleeve. Linen suits were common summer wear in the south in the summer, in the days before air conditioning.

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