The Olden Days

Some things from the olden days were fun some were cute some were hilarious. Some were not very politically correct! Take a wander through the moments captured for posterity of ages gone by. Remember you can click through images to more information where this exists. @lindyasimus
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Gas drill at a London hospital

GAS DRILL AT A LONDON HOSPITAL: GAS MASKS FOR BABIES ARE TESTED, ENGLAND, 1940

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From December 1941 all women aged 18 to 50, except those exempted, were required to do National Service. They could either join one the uniformed women's services,or seek work in a factory.The contribution made by the women factory workers must be among the most neglected aspect of WW2.The factories were the target of enemy bombers & their homes were near those factories.They worked long hours, spent nights in air raid shelters & survived under food and fuel rationing conditions.

Women factory workers-WW2

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While the mothers are working in the fields, the preschool children of migrant families are cared for in the nursery school under trained teachers, Kern migrant camp, California

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Working girl outside of a traveling Peepshow c.1924

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Photograph of a woman at bedrock mortars near Bakersfield, California, taken for the Archaeological Survey Association, mid-1900s. Subjects: Bakersfield, CA, bedrock mortars, California Indians, women

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I remember helping my grandmother with the wringer washer as well as helping my Mom. I also used a hand wringer like this but on a small enamel washing machine.

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Lewis Wickes Hine, A young mine worker: Turkey Knob Coal Mine, Macdonald, West Virginia, 1908

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love this...how many old family photos do you have with a child in a galvanized tub outdoors?

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Dutch children at Ellis Island

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Un lit clos/A box bed. - In Brittany, the closed-bed (French: lit-clos) (Breton: gwele-kloz)is a traditional furnishing. In homes with usually only one room, the box-bed allowed some privacy and helped keep people warm during winter. Similar enclosed bed furniture was once also found in western Britain; Devon, Cornwall, Wales particularly in Gower. Some closed-beds were built one above the other in a double-decker, two-story arrangement. In this case, young people were sleeping upstairs.

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New York: Tenement family in the kitchen 1915. WOW and we complain everyday. We have no clue! Vintage, photo, children, mother, decay, poverty, history.

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Treetop table at the Krazy Kat Club in Washington, July 15, 1921

The Crazy 1920s Craze Known as the Krazy Kat Club

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Civil War veteran John A. White with his wife Susan Catherine Davenport in their older years. John died in 1933 at the age of 97.

AncientFaces - Photos of the past

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vintage circus performers

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Laundry Day

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1950s Education on "Homosexuals" USA - Where they assumed gay was equal to predator. pffft

1950s Education on "Homosexuals"

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In the Suburbs - 1950's USA Economic Expansion Through Consumerism

In the Suburbs - 1950's Economic Expansion Through Consumerism

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Television set, 1948 - One of the very first!

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Memento Mori – remember that you have to die https://theconversation.com/memento-mori-remember-that-you-have-to-die-42823

Memento Mori – remember that you have to die

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Family radio entertainment. Pre Television life.

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French silent film actress Lili Damita. (1904 - 1994) poses naked covered only by a strategically placed fan, 1920's. Photo by Vintage Images / Getty Images.°

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Vintage circus photo

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Mother-hides-her-face-in-shame-after-putting-her-children-up-for-sale-Chicago-1948

40 Must-See Photos From The Past. #5 Is Insane.

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Carmela Picciano, 311 E. 149th St., 3rd floor rear. 12 years old. Making Irish lace for collars. Works until 9 P.M. sometimes.

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Four young women elevate their game of volleyball by playing it on stilts. Venice, California June, 1934

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