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The reality of a 1917 kitchen.

omg memories of my classroom back in 80's

love the colors in this plaid! (such a 'modern' color palette isn't so modern after all, lol!) Plaid Day dress, 1875-78, Les Arts Decoratifs

Sylvia Plath (October 27, 1932 – February 11, 1963) was an American poet, novelist and short story writer. She married fellow poet Ted Hughes in 1956 and they lived together first in the United States and then England. After suffering from depression from the age of 20 and a marital separation, Plath committed suicide in 1963. Plath is credited with advancing the genre of confessional poetry. In 1982, she became the first poet to win a Pulitzer Prize posthumously, for The Collected Poems.

1929 New York City. Photo by acclaimed artist, James Van Der Zee, G.G.G Studio. Read of the issue facing Black Israelis today.

1970s fashion...great look from 1973

Carrier pigeon trainer WAVES Specialist 3rd Class Sidney Cazort, Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California, United States, circa 1944-1945

Lakota Sioux Native Dress by Chuck Reddick

"Vintage messages: To push their products, advertisements from the Fifties and Sixties simultaneously created and reinforced gender stereotypes, depicting women as brainless beauties and kitchen-dwellers who, most of the time, need help looking slimmer."

Indian Woman

While the Sandy Hook shootings was indeed a tragedy ~THIS was the Deadliest School Shooting in U.S. History

Indian Chief by umarchives, via Flickr

Mary Ellen Wilson was born in 1864. Her father died shortly after she was born. Her mother could no longer take care of her and boarded her with a lady named Mary Score. At 2 years old Mary Ellen was sent to the foster home of Francis and Mary Connolly where she was severely abused for years. She was discovered and rescued at 10 years old and her case of child abuse led to the creation of the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Image dated 1874.

Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer

I miss Good Humor coming down the street .....Loved it when I was little

Orofino Idaho, Clearwater river....summer at Grandma & Grandpa's every summer. Loved it!

As shocking and incredible as the European Black Genocide is, it pales in comparison to the Genocide in the Americas, where an estimated 90 million Blacks and Amerindians (mostly Blacks - they were the original settlers in the Americas too), perished between 1492 and 1650.

Listening to the Radio, Westover, WV, 1938. Library of Congress.

Silver necklace from the Gullunge silver hoard, in the Stockholm museum.

Old advert for Dairy Milk with "glass and a half" slogan

televisions were also furniture.

21 Disney Channel Movies You Should Re-Watch- i need to know how to own ALL OF THESE NOW! I've looked for a few in the past but couldn't find them anywhere! Life size and model behavior were life!