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Christmas Tree for Horses, 1918

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Christmas Tree for Horses, 1918
A photo of a Christmas tree for horses in 1918. In addition to the Christmas tree which was hung with apples, ears of corn and other horse dainties, well filled nose bags were provided.
Date & Place: in Washington D.C. United States
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December 13 is National Horse Day and that gives me the opportunity to share one of my fav vintage photos: A Christmas tree for horses hung with "apples, ears of corn and other horse dainties". Way to appreciate your transportation! :) The horses also got nose bags. This is 1918 in Washington DC - but I think all horses today deserve the same treatment.
Photo of John Haynes John Haynes
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12/27/2017
That is one DAMN big horse! (white)
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