When compared to the historic events that took place on numerous other street corners in Washington D.C, the intersection of 28th and P streets barely makes the list, but the residence that stands on the north-east corner there is a twofer. The attached article explains just why the front and side fence is so unique to Washington history - and in later years the house would be purchased by Cold War diplomat Dean Acheson.
Yet another examination of U.S. Navy officer insignia with additional illustrations of American naval rating patches.
Although much of what Dr. Alfred Kinsey wrote concerning male sex patterns has been debunked in our own age, his conclusions were taken quite seriously in the late Forties and early Fifties. This slender column serves as a summary and review regarding his studies that were published in his 1948 book, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948).
Sexual Behavior in the Human Female and Sexual Behavior in the Human Male Two Volume Set
During the First World War a popular songster in the United States penned a little diddy that ran just so:
"-Though the Army is the clover
T'was the Navy brought them over
And the Navy will bring them back...".
In anticipation of this roll, the far-seeing Department of the Navy ordered each and every American battleship to have within its arsenal at least one sewing machine, and a tar who was proficient at tailoring in order to make themselves worthy of the task.
The attached article, "A Mother's Ordeal with Homosexuality" first appeared in 1955, a time when the term "gay" was not known, and the word "homosexual" was used in its place - and as you will learn, homosexual was essentially synonymous with the designations "sex offender", "Paraphilia" and "Child molester".
"The charge of homosexuality against someone, anyone, is not a light one. It requires proof, the strictest proof there is; getting it is not an easy matter."