As peace breaks out, there’s free beer for all at a spontaneous party in the 1100 block of Huntingdon Street in North Philadelphia. The moment Japan’s surrender was announced on Aug. 14, 1945, Mayor Bernard Samuel ordered all the bars in town to close, but the celebratory thirst was not to be denied.
This photo was taken by an Inquirer staff photographer.
Printed on matte archival photographic paper. Framed prints include a white mat.
- 5x7" viewable image printed 8x10" paper
- 8x10" viewable image printed on 11x13" paper
- 11x14" viewable image printed on 14x17" paper
- 16x20" viewable image printed on 20"x24" paper
- 20x30" viewable image printed on 24"x34" paper
Processing time for unframed prints: 10-15 business days
Processing time for framed prints: 15-20 business days
Processing time does not include shipping time. Please allow an additional 5-7 business days for shipping.