United States History: 1900s – 1930s

The history of United States is rich. It is packed with world-changing events, storied characters, cruel battles, and imaginative inventions. All of the things that make up U.S. history have had a great impact not only on the U.S. itself, but on the whole world.

Here are some photos that represent some events, characters, struggles, and moments of ingenuity in the history of this country.

Auto racing in or near Washington, D.C.

Auto racing in or near Washington, D.C.

Black Newspaper Boy

Black Newspaper Boy.

J. Edgar Hoover

J. Edgar Hoover.

Emile Berliner, with the model of the first phonograph machine.

Emile Berliner with a model of the first phonograph machine.

Corner of 9th & G Streets, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Corner of 9th & G Streets, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Locomotive  "Sabine".

Locomotive “Sabine”.

Madame Curie and Warren Harding

Madame Curie and Warren G. Harding.

Mail Trucks

Mail Trucks.

Moonshine Still

Moonshine Still.

Postage Stamps

Postage Stamps.

Old Post Office Bldg., Washington, D.C.

Old Post Office, Washington, D.C.