Thursday’s Photo Caption Contest

The cluck stops here

The cluck stops here

Lynn Ansfield, with her short, historically on-the-nose caption took the top honors in the last photo caption contest. Congrats, Lynn, you’ve won 30% off at the National Archives eStore just in time for the holidays!

The Truman Library contains this photo of President Truman receiving a Thanksgiving turkey from members of the Poultry and Egg National Board and other representatives of the turkey industry, outside the White House., 11/16/1949, and many more!

It’s the first week of December, and some parts of the country have already had significant snowfall.  Here’s a photo to get you in the mood for wintry fun. Give us your best, and we’ll give you 30% off your next purchase at the Archives eStore! 

Insert caption here!

Insert caption here!

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9 Responses to Thursday’s Photo Caption Contest

  1. Jodi says:

    It’s all downhill from here!

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  2. Marc says:

    “All right everyone, raise your hand if you’ve heard of lemmings!”

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  3. Melinda Mobley says:

    We’re off to see the wizard…

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  4. Cheryl Wolotira says:

    “You put your left hand up, you put your left hand down…”

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  5. John Daly says:

    “I think I will invent something called deodorant!”

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  6. Lynn Ansfield says:

    Although crew wasn’t the most popular sport at the University of Alaska, it attracted an enthusiastic group of participants.

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  7. Ceceia Dillon says:

    Pick me, pick me….please pick ME!

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  8. Pat W. says:

    “Who wants hot chocolate?”

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  9. Jenny says:

    On your mark…get ready…Let’s GO!!

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