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Russell Lee. San Angelo. A family moving to Wyoming to work in the sugar beet fields.1949. Center for American History. University of Texas at Austin.

Russell Lee. San Angelo. A family moving to Wyoming to work in the sugar beet fields.1949. Center for American History. University of Texas at Austin.

Ireland was the greatest victim of British slave trade. *We never learned about Irish slavery in school. I find it appalling that this chapter of our history was erased. bcb*

Ireland was the greatest victim of British slave trade. *We never learned about Irish slavery in school. I find it appalling that this chapter of our history was erased. bcb*

Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan | Anne Sullivan Macy, Helen Keller's teacher and friend, died in 1936 at ...

Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan | Anne Sullivan Macy, Helen Keller's teacher and friend, died in 1936 at ...

Miss America 1924

Miss America 1924

Historic Black and White Photos in Stunning Color - Miss America, 1924 (Image 13 of The styles sure were different back in the roaring twenties. Ruth Malcomson, who ran as Miss Philadelphia in won the Miss America crown over 82 other competitors.

San Francisco Fashion History: Lotta Crabtree (http://fashionhistorian.net/blog/)

San Francisco Fashion History: Lotta Crabtree (http://fashionhistorian.net/blog/)

classic photo of the quintessential Mexican Bandit, Emiliano Zapata      http://old-photos.blogspot.com/2010/12/emiliano-and-his-men.html

classic photo of the quintessential Mexican Bandit, Emiliano Zapata http://old-photos.blogspot.com/2010/12/emiliano-and-his-men.html

Mrs. Erasty Emvich in her  kitchen. Mrs. Emvich is the wife of a tenant farmer and mother of twelve children, eleven of them living. Near Battle Ground, Indiana, Mar 1937. photo by Russell Lee

Mrs. Erasty Emvich in her kitchen. Mrs. Emvich is the wife of a tenant farmer and mother of twelve children, eleven of them living. Near Battle Ground, Indiana, Mar 1937. photo by Russell Lee

Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of President Abraham Lincoln. Dressed in mourning as was the custom of those days. After willie's death, 1862-63       The white flowers in her bonnet  symbolized the death of her son.  P.S.  Some people of this age are so judgmental at what they do not know !

Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of President Abraham Lincoln. Dressed in mourning as was the custom of those days. After willie's death, 1862-63 The white flowers in her bonnet symbolized the death of her son. P.S. Some people of this age are so judgmental at what they do not know !

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