I heard on the news that the sole surviving US veteran of World War One has turned 109. The story reminded me of one of my favorite old Asheville photographs, from 1919:
Soldiers under Peace Arch on Patton Avenue for victory parade. The wooden arch was built of donated materials and topped by an eagle with an eight-foot wing span.
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