1970's yarn hair ties. We used different colored ones on the Great Danes when they were born in 1969
Blackamoore Saints (europe)
I remember this version...
Luna Park, 1910
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"Our Luftwaffe" propaganda poster #propaganda #worldwar2
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Lee Harris of the American Red Cross offers coffee to Private Joe Bergles in Loiano, Italy on 2 January 1945 ~
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I love white pizzas. READ and PIN then make. Roasted Garlic Spinach White Pizza
Ancient Olympics - WTF fun facts - http://thisissnews.com/ancient-olympics-wtf-fun-facts-2/
National Geographic Illustrations of Ancient Egyptian lifestyles | 616562. Ramses II and Nefertari dedicate temple at Abu Simbel.
Reinette: Turquerie in Portrait Painting
Messerschmitt Me 262 Pulkzerstörer
Mr. Bones - I loved this!
The Forgotten Treehouse Bars of Bygone Summers in Paris ... There was once a place that drew crowds of Parisians away from their grand boulevards and sidewalk cafés to rediscover their inner child, wine & dine in chestnut tree houses and celebrate summer like Robinson Crusoe.
.Must have beat the hell out of MIDOL!!
Japanese WW2 "Celebration of Alliance between Imperial Japan, Germany Nazi & Italy National Fascist Party"
Ancient 'Lud's Church', Staffordshire, England - It is believed that the chasm was considered by early Pagans to be a sacred place, most likely due to the phenomenon that occurs on Midsummer Day, where only on this day does the sun's light penetrate deep into the chasm.
Empress Xiaokemin (Wan Rong,) last Qing empress of China. She was married at 16 to Puyi, the final emperor in the Qing dynasty, and would later become the empress of the puppet state Manchukuo in the 1930s and 1940s.
faith in humanity restored
1810-15 Baden Dragoons.
jackie robinson and joe jouis compare notes and the tools of their respective trades during mr. robinson's visit to mr. louis's training camp in pompton lake, new jersey. iIt was 66 years ago today, on 4.15.1947, that jackie robinson broke the color barrier in major league baseball to play with the brooklyn dodgers. (photo: bettman/corbis)