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photograph

1946

The Christian holiday Easter is widely celebrated all over the world. Like many other religious holidays, secular traditions are a part of its celebration, especially in the Western world. In the United States, the tradition of giving candy to children on Easter morning is popular. A photograph taken in 1946 shows two happy children with their full Easter baskets.

Materialphotograph
OriginUSA
Object ID111.3264

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