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Vintage Photos

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THE QUEEN ELIZABETH: The palatial Ocean Liner at her NYC berth ...

Five children standing together on the seashore. Their reflections can clearly be seen before them in the calm watery sand.

The seven daughters born to Hiram & Laura Ladocia (Ingalls) Forbes. Their parents are referred to as Uncle Hi & Aunt Docia in Laura Ingalls Wilder book, By the Shores of Silver Lake.

Jessie Tarbox Beals, the first female news photographer in the U.S.

This 1910 picture of Harold Cazneau by Harold Cazneau is an early example of a "selfie." Cazneau was an early Australian photographer wanting to explore photography for artistic purposes.

Duke & Dutchess of Windsor, 1956 in "Jumpology" by Philippe Halsman

vintage everyday: Jumpology by Philippe Halsman

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Woman on a scooter, 1916 ~

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SF / Fred Lyon

Fred Lyon Photography | MASHKULTURE

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Dinosaur park in South Dakota, 1960.

Claude Monet and Alice Hoschedé Monet in Piazza San Marco, Venice, October 6, 1908.

Mary Ingalls - Born January 10, 1865 to Charles and Caroline Ingalls near Pepin, Wisconsin, Died October 20, 1928 in De Smet, South Dakota, Never married, Known for being the sister of Laura Ingalls.

Mary Ingalls - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Will Robertson of the Washington Bicycle Club riding an American Star Bicycle down the steps of the United States Capitol in 1885

Salvador Dali and Coco Chanel

Harpo Marx and Amelia Earhart

Caroline Ingalls with her husband Charles. Father and Mother of Laura

Caroline Ingalls - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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1920s Spanky from The Little Rascals poses like a dog.

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Milk Maid and the Farm Hand, Late 1800s

Margaret Thatcher

Women Coal Miners, 1890

A policeman patiently reasoning with a two-year-old boy trying to cross a street during a parade - 1958 Pulitzer Prize Winner. To me, there is something strangely captivating about this photo.