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Mulberry Street, about 1900.

faces out of time 004 New York City. In album prepared by Detroit Photographic Co.

Puck xmas number 1894

Summary: Print shows two young women ice skating and towing a sleigh in which Puck is riding, holding a Christmas tree. Cover of the 1894 Christmas issue (

Singing ‘round the camp fire. Southfields, New York. Interracial activities at camp Nathan Hale, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. Campers of the Methodist Camp Service and other organizations, singing around the camp fire.    image    The campfire photo is by Gordon Parks, working as a trainee photographer  for the Farm Security Administration in Aug 1943

Aug Singing ‘round the camp fire; activities at camp Nathan Hale, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service.

Black Indians | Black Seminole Woman)

thisisqueenesther: “Black Seminole woman and child. — The Black Seminoles are an offshoot of the Gullah who escaped from rice plantations in Georgia and South Carolina. They built their own.

(1) Juh (c1825-1894) - Great Apache warrior. Principal chief of the Nednhi Chiricahua Apache (1870s). Described as a large man, 6'/225 lbs). Went to many wars with Mangas Coloradas, Cochise and was close to Geronimo.  Married Ishton, Geronimo's sister. 3 sons. Juh would have planned the attack in which Lt. Cushing was killed. Cushing relentlessly pursued the Apaches... Juh died in 1883 following a horse fall (heart attack?). - Painting by Mary P.G. Devereux, 1881.

Chief of the Carrizalenos Local group of the Nednhi Ndendahe Band

Christmas holiday turkey print

A Christmas Joke With a Point to It

A Christmas joke with a point to it. Several people gathered around a Christmas dinner in a frontier cabin are surprised to discover an arrow stuck in the turke

This grainy photography from the early 20th century provides an interesting look at a market in a Jewish community in New York.

This grainy photography from the early century provides an interesting look at a market in a Jewish community in New York.

A group of hard-labor convicts (common criminals) in Siberia

A group of hard-labor convicts (common criminals) in Siberia

Christmas toy seller. Bain News Service; published about 1910 to 1915.

Bain News Service; published about 1910 to Library of Congress image.

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