The brainchild of the Catholic Affairs Committee, the Knights of Columbus had planned to erect a series of large crucifixes throughout Lake County, Indiana. The crucifixes were described as memorials “to Americans who gave their lives in this country’s wars” and also “carry a religious message to the thousands of motorists who will pass by them” on US 20.
Graffiti adorns the windows of the Paulist Center Bookstore, a Catholic church shop located in San Francisco’s Chinatown.
A patron leaves the holiday decorated Nero’s Lounge and Restaurant in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
Tyrone sells newspapers in the morning from the median of Route 20 on the western edge of Gary, Indiana.