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'Carrots.' Photomontage of three women and a little girl pulling up a giant carrot root. Waupun, Wisconsin. Alfred Stanley Johnson Jr. 1913.

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Wisconsin Historical Images 'Melon Party (Without Melons).' Four girls hold an object that resembles a giant slice of watermelon for a photographic mock-up for a photomontage postcard entitled 'Melon Party.' Waupun, Wisconsin. Alfred Stanley Johnson Jr. 1911.

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Alfred Stanley Johnson, active in Waupun, Wisconsin from 1909-1935, is known for his highly-realistic, action-packed, black and white scenes which contrasted wild images with understated captions for a humorous effect.

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Travel Through Time With These Strange and Beautiful Visualizations of the Universe

Travel Through Time With These Strange and Beautiful Visualizations of the Universe | An angel holds the celestial spheres in this medieval Islamic drawing. The Ashmolean Museum Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art | WIRED.com

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The Ascension, by Dosso Dossi, 16th century. Many ascension scenes have an upper (heavenly) and a lower (earthly) part.