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Dance it out, flower children!
Feeling the music… New Orleans, 1972. Photo by George W. Gardner.-- dance baby
Photographer George W. Gardner | New Orleans, Lousiana 1972 | music | dancing | tripping | enjoying | little girl | young and old | cutie pie | musician
grooving Love this picture from Woodstock! girl, kid, man, male, nude, dancing, crowd, spirit, music, spiritual, amazing, beautiful, history, photo b/w.
25 Groovy Trends Spotted From Woodstock Festival Street Style
A small coin please ?
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Love this kid! Henri Manuel (1874 - 1947) - 1900-1941. 'A Parisian photographer. By 1941 his studio had produced over a million images. It was shut down during the Second World War, and most of the photographic plates were destroyed. Some 500 survived.' S)
black and white vintage photography
Acordion Boy.... Henri Manuel (1874 - 1947) - 1900-1941. 'A Parisian photographer. By 1941 his studio had produced over a million images. It was shut down during the Second World War, and most of the photographic plates were destroyed. Some 500 survived.' S)
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Old Gal and her Cow // Phil Grout.
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Appalachian Girl - I love this "Old Gal and her cow" Picture taken by wonderful photographer Phil Grout.
"Old Gal and her cow" Photo by Phil Grout
Once a farm girl, always a farm girl.
By Vivian Maier. A full time nanny living in Chicago in the 60s, Vivian captured over 100,000 vivid portraits of street life with her Rolleiflex.
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VM1960W03443-04-MC - Vivian Maier - Perfect - people - life - Public transportation, sleeping, older couple, composition, black & white photo
© Vivian Maier #photography #blackandwhite #vivianmaier
A man buys a box of over 100,000 negatives at auction, and discovers it is all amazing photography done by a woman named Vivian Maier. She was a career nanny in New York. No one knew she was a photographer, even her closest friends. This discovery has earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America’s most accomplished and insightful street photographers.
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Florida, 1960 Street Photography 1 | Vivian Maier Photographer
LAGRANGE, Ga.—1961. © Henri Cartier-Bresson / Magnum Photos
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Little girl in the Hitler Youth.
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Don't forget to stretch!
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Amazing Funny Pictures
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GRAND FREAKS - Don’t forget, stretching is very important!
Stirring photo; little girl surrenders when she mistakes camera for gun.
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Syrian child photographed 'surrendering to camera because she thought it was a gun'
Syrian girl gives up on camera A Palestinian photojournalist, Nadia Abu Shaban, in one of his trips to Syria captured an image that has shaken the world. Nadia Abu Shaban portrayed a small four year old thought the lens was a weapon. Fear invaded, knelt and raised his arms as a sign of surrender. On Facebook, journalist shared the image and has become viral sparking outrage and pain in users. The girl looks scared, sad and vulnerable in the picture shared on Facebook. The reaction of the small is a sign of fear that five years ago after living many citizens have started a civil war in Syria. "Picture taken to a Syrian girl. She thinks I have a gun and not a camera; therefore surrendered "reflected Nadia Abu Shaban in your Facebook account. The photographer managed to portray Gaza fear that children, the most vulnerable beings living in a war. Bombs and shootings in schools and orphanages have children stop playing and live happily live in fear of being killed. More than 5 million children are affected or displaced by the horror that exists in the country of Asia.
Syrian child, thought he has a weapon not a camera so she Gave up / Niña siria se rinde ante cámara al pensar que fotógrafo le apuntaba con un arma Foto: @NadiaAbuShaban
Syrian girl's 'surrender' to photographer caught in heartbreaking image - Trending - CBC News
Stirring photo; little girl surrenders when she mistakes camera for gun.
Breathtaking Photos of the Human Species
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The father was a poor farmer whose wife died soon after giving birth to the son. The farmer sold all his belongings to pay for an education for his son. This picture is symbolic of a fathers sacrifice to give his only son a chance at becoming something in life.
A proud son having a photo with his proud yet tired dad. “What a weary time those years were-to have the desire and the need to live but not the ability.” Charles Bukowski. Breaks my heart every time I see this photo. A son reaping the seeds of his father's toil.
A poor farmer supported his son finished college. On the graduation day, the son said his father is his biggest pride. A real father (man) sacrifices all for his children's future. A real man (son) in the making, acknowledges with pride his father to all the world and all he has done.
Breathtaking Photos of the Human Species
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A women happy in her everyday existence smiles for the world to see, Remember if you see someone without a smile, give them yours.
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Several youths washing their feet at a water pump during the Woodstock Music & Art Fair.
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Woodstock 69 Festival Memorabilia
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Man Seated with Two Young Boys in Front of a Wildly Painted School Bus, Woodstock Music Art Fest
vintage everyday: 40 Rare and Unseen Color Photos of the Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 1969
Patricia Bath, M. D., Inventor of the Laser Cataract Surgery Device ~ She's the first African-American female doctor to patent in 1988, a new method of removing cataracts. The medical laser instrument made the procedure more accurate and is termed the cataract Laserphacoprobe. Dr. Bath was also the first Black Female Surgeon appointed to UCLA in 1975. As a laser scientist and inventor, she has 5 patents on the laser cataract surgery device covering the United States, Canada, Japan, and Europe.
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Patricia Bath - She develped a Laser called the Laserphaco Probe which revolutionized the way cataract surgeries are performed... #BlackHistory
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Patricia Bath - ophthalmologist. Invented a laser device to remove cataracts. First African American woman to obtain a medical patent. (read more about her here: http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/photos/women-scientists-explorers-pioneers/#/womens-history-patricia-bath_15806_600x450.jpg Bethany will be a doctor similar to her
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Viola Smith, 100 years old. One of the first female professional drummers, she graced the cover of Billboard Magazine in 1940.
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Viola Smith is an amazing female drummer who graced the cover of Billboard Magazine in 1940. She's 100 years old now and still drumming!
Zildjian News | Happy Birthday Viola Smith
Rare Photograph Of Slave. A haunting 150-year-old photo found in a North Carolina attic shows a young black child named John, barefoot and wearing ragged clothes, perched on a barrel next to another unidentified young boy. In April, the photo was found at a moving sale in Charlotte, accompanied by a document detailing the sale of John for one thousand five hundred dollars- not a small sum in 1854.
A haunting 150-year-old photo found in a North Carolina attic shows a young black child named John, barefoot and wearing ragged clothes, perched on a barrel next to another unidentified young boy. In April, the photo was found at a moving sale in Charlotte, accompanied by a document detailing the sale of John for $1150.00 not a small sum in 1854.
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A Testament To A Dark Part Of American History - A 150 Year Old Photo Of Slave Children Found In A North Carolina Attic Shows A Young Black Child Named John Barefoot And Wearing Ragged Clothes - Historians Believe It's An Extremely Rare Civil War Era Photograph Of Children Who Were Either Slaves At The Time Or Recently Emancipated - It Was Accompanied By A Document Detailing The Sale Of John For $1,150 **Unbelievable Find**
A 150-year-old photo found in a North Carolina attic shows a young African American slave child named John with another unidentified child sitting on a barrel.
Rare photo of slave children found in North Carolina attic What else is there to say apart from: "WE ALL HAVE TO STAND TOGETHER AGAINST MODERN SLAVERY"!!! COME ON PEOPLE THERE ARE PETITIONS ON THE INTERNET, PLEASE GO AND SIGN THEM, MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!!!
Rare Photograph Of Slave Children - All That Is Interesting
A 104-year-old Holocaust survivor holds up the concentration camp uniform she used to have to wear.
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A 104-year-old "Agent Rose" was a resistance fighter saving countless lives -Holocaust survivor holds up the concentration camp uniform she used to have to wear.
"A 104-year-old French Resistance fighter who saved the lives of more than 100 servicemen in the Second World War has revealed that she received a personal letter of thanks from Winston Churchill. A 104-year-old Holocaust survivor holds up the concentration camp uniform she used to have to wear."
Life Flows In An Instant by Letizia Falini
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Mary Foust was the daughter of Daniel Foust. She never left East Tennessee and lived to be around 100 years old. When President Teddy Roosevelt was visiting Tennessee she was considered the oldest living American at the time and he traveled to meet her and eat one of her home cooked meals. Mary was famous for living an unchanged lifestyle that was a living window into the past. Her loom is now in the "Museum of Appalachia" near where she once lived.
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Great Great Great Aunt Mary Foust, her dog pen, and her loom in Foust Hollow, Anderson Co., Tennessee
Mary Foust was the daughter of Daniel Foust. She never left East Tennessee and lived to be around 100 years old. When former President Teddy Roosevelt was visiting Tennessee she was considered the oldest living American at the time and he traveled to meet her and eat one of her home cooked meals. Sis and Coon were her children and her dog was named Pen. An American chestnut tree can be seen in the upper right hand corner of the photo. Mary was famous for living an unchanged lifestyle that was a living window into past. Mary was my grandmother's (Myrtle Foust) great aunt. She told the following story to me: " sometimes when I was a little girl I would take mail to Aunt Mary and her dog would chase me. Mary would scream out " here Pen, here Pen" and the dog would stop chasing me". Her loom is now in the "Museum of Appalachia" near where she once lived. My Great Great Grandfather (her brother), Christopher Columbus Foust Sr., raised sheep and I would assume wool was weaved on her loom. Myrtle Foust stated: “my papaw was a strong man, he could carry two full grown sheep at once, one under each arm. Mary's mother was Sarah Humphries the sister of the Pelham Humphries of this article: www.geocities.com/Heartland/Woods/9796/Humphries.html query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9C0CE2DB1031F932A...
Marchandes de frites, rue Rambuteau, Paris (Willy Ronis) 1946
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If this was going to work we'd be so happy.
Willy Ronis happy at work
Marchandes de frites, rue Rambuteau, Paris, by Willy Ronis, 1946
Eva & Rose
Zitkala-Sa was a Yankton Sioux woman. She was well educated and went on to become an accomplished author, musician and composer - she wrote the first American Indian opera, The Sun Opera, in 1913. She went on to work for the reform of Indian policies in the United States
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Zitkala-Sa "Red Bird" a Lakota woman who was a member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in NYC. Zitkala-Sa was well-known as a performer, writer, musician, and as an advocate on behalf of Native Americans. She was included in Harper's Bazaar's 1900 list of "Persons Who Interest Us."
Natural beauty. Another pinner says: a yankton sioux woman of native american and white mixed ancestry. she went on to write the first american indian opera, the sun opera, in 1913. she was also a musician and composer and later went on to work for the reform of the indian policies in the unites states.
need to look this up, my people: a yankton sioux woman of native american and white mixed ancestry. she went on to write the first american indian opera, the sun opera, in 1913. she was also a musician and composer and later went on to work for the reform of the indian policies in the unites states.
Zitkala Sa, "Red Bird," also known as Gertrude Simmons (1876-1938), a Yankton Sioux woman of Native American and white mixed ancestry. Photographed by Gertrude Käsebier. Käsebier photographed Zitkala Sa in tribal dress and western clothing, clearly identifying the two worlds in which this woman lived and worked. #masterpiece
Beijing 1957 by Marc Riboud
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+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Best buds stick together. Beijing, China 1957 by Marc Riboud
friends - Pékin [Beijing] 1957 -by Marc Riboud
T for tout - … A Good Night - Good Day post… Pékin [Beijing]...
Young Princess Diana pic.twitter.com/05arjaFLxB
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Young Diana with her pet guinea pig.
A young Lady Diana Spencer who would later become Princess Diana (1961-1997)
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Young Princess Diana.~ Diana with her guinea pig, Peanuts, in 1972. This photo is featured in the new LIFE book “Diana at 50.” (Photo credit: UPPA/Zuma) #vintage_photo #black_white #pet_people #guinea pig
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Callie Campbell, 11 years old, picks 75 to 125 pounds of cotton a day, and totes 50 pounds of it when sack gets full. "No, I don't like it very much." Potawatomie County, Oklahoma: photo by Lewis W. Hine, 16 October 1916.
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Callie Campbell, 11 years old, picks 75 to 125 pounds of cotton a day, and totes 50 pounds of it when sack gets full. "No, I don't like it very much." Lewis W. Hine. photograph Location: Potawotamie County, Oklahoma Oct, 1916
Picking cotton 1916, Lewis Hine. Hine came to Bluffton and photographed child labor being used in oyster factories.
lewis hine photographs | Callie Campbell, 11 years old, picks 75 to 125 pounds of cotton a day ...
lewis hine photographs | File:No Known Restrictions Picking Cotton by Lewis W. Hine, 1916 (LOC ...
TOM CLARK: Lewis W. Hine: Cotton ("She jess works fer pleasure")
New York City - Badass Ironworker.
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Crazy people doing crazy things !
This man is crazy
New York City - A crazy Ironworker - I need a valium just thinking about doing something like this. I hate high places!
Obviously this man has no fear of heights New York City Iron Worker
onlyoldphotography: Ed Clark: Young artist paints Sacre-Coeur from the ancient Rue Narvins. Paris, France, 1946