One of the CAA’s directors was here in the office not long ago. He left (temporarily) in my possession an enormous binder with his collection of old photos, reminding me that I’d asked members to share their old photos with me and, through the blog, with you. It will be a huge scanning project, but I hope you’ll enjoy seeing the old photos here on the blog as much as I’ve been enjoying browsing through the collection.

As a preview of things to come, I’ve scanned three photos to show you through Sunday.

First, we have a “paparazzi” shot of two U.S. presidents: Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft, being driven to the Capitol in a snowstorm on March 3, 1909:


(from the Jack & Marge Day collection)