This 1910 picture of Harold Cazneau by Harold Cazneau is an early example of a "selfie." Cazneau was an early Australian photographer wanting to explore photography for artistic purposes.
Duke & Dutchess of Windsor, 1956 in "Jumpology" by Philippe Halsman
vintage everyday: Jumpology by Philippe Halsman
Will Robertson of the Washington Bicycle Club riding an American Star Bicycle down the steps of the United States Capitol in 1885
Salvador Dali and Coco Chanel
Harpo Marx and Amelia Earhart
Caroline Ingalls with her husband Charles. Father and Mother of Laura
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1920s Spanky from The Little Rascals poses like a dog.
A policeman patiently reasoning with a two-year-old boy trying to cross a street during a parade - 1958 Pulitzer Prize Winner. To me, there is something strangely captivating about this photo.
Until 1862, the federal government had generally sold its unoccupied property, favoring men with capital. A Pennsylvania Republican, warned in 1860 that the nation was courting “a system of land monopoly—one of the direst, deadliest curses that ever paralyzed the energies of a nation or palsied the arm of industry.” Norway: take note.
Schoolteacher Miss Mary Longfellow holding down a claim west of Broken Bow, Nebraska.
Vintage military photos
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Hattie Stewart - World Female Boxing Champion 1884