- 02/09/12--11:42: The First Girl Scout: Portraits of Daisy Gordon Lawrence
- 02/15/13--19:12: Weeping for FDR: In a Classic Photo, the Face of a Nation’s Loss
- 03/05/13--12:59: Bigotry in the USA: Photos From a Klan Initiation in 1946
Monday, March 12, is the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Girl Scouts of America. Here, LIFE honors the GSA with a gallery of photos of Daisy Gordon, "the first Girl Scout."
Daisy Gordon Lawrence in 1948lronk1271POST INSERT The First Girl Scout Daisy Gordon Lawrence in 1948
In Ed Clark's masterful, unforgettable picture of one man's grief over the the death of a president, we see — and, what's more, we feel — an entire country's measureless loss.
Graham Jackson, FDR's cortege, 1945lronk1271
On the heels of a recent report documenting more than 1,300 extremist groups in the United States, LIFE.com offers a series of photos from a KKK initiation ceremony in Georgia after the end of World War II.
Ku Klux Klan 1946lronk1271