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1929 Goat cart. I have a picture of my dad in a goat cart pulled by a goat, just like this one, it says Oklahoma City, 1930.
Civil War Widow, Albumen Carte de Visite, 1866-1865 On the reverse is an orange 2-cent tax stamp. No photographer's mark
Two children in goat cart in front of Harvey House Lunch Room, Frisco Line, Rogers, Arkansas (MSA) by MissouriStateArchives, via Flickr
Circa 1890. "Frances Benjamin Johnston, self-portrait, dressed as a man with false mustache." (via Shorpy)
Female photographer 1880s.
a brave and formally dressed photographer shooting the city from atop a skyscraper, mid-1920s photographer unknown, from new york. portrait of a city
Vash Gon - Jicarilla. Photo by Edward Curtis around 1907-1930. His work did do its part to perpetuate the "noble savage" stereotype, but they're still beautiful photographs that recognize the humanity of the subjects.
French postcard dated 1900 that depicts two young children who worked as acrobatic performers with a traveling circus.
Children With Goat Cart by newmexico51, via Flickr
Female photojournalist Jessie Tarbox on the street with her camera, 1900s.
Spain. Furried for the photo. Real photo postcard, circulated in 1921, with a "K Ltd" stampbox, photographer unknown