The little girl is Phyllis Binns.
Back yard of Company Officers’ Quarters Type D, Hamilton Field, Novato, California, 1994, by David G. De Vries for this Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS), via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
The Type D Quarters are an example of Spanish Colonial Revival style “adapted to reflect California’s mission heritage in a dramatic departure from traditional military architecture,” according to the survey.
This is a small circus. I love the bench in the back bending under the weight of the plants.
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The queen poses in her side-yard kingdom with her horses and doll-courtiers, 1925, Euston District, New South Wales, via Museum Victoria.
Contributed by Beryl Leslie to “The Biggest Family Album of Australia” project.
Some men are born to own, and can animate all their possessions. . .
— Ralph Waldo Emerson