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1920's --  The radio!!

Picture Radio c. 1922 The radio was one of the many inventions made during the During 39 radio stations began across Canada. Many families spent time together listening to the radio and it was a common form of entertainment at the time.

"It was the summer of 1905. At the races in Auteuil (near Paris) a woman appeared wearing trousers in public for the first time. Her name is unknown, but this is a picture of her. Police men had to protect her against the curiosity and outrage of the crowd. "

A woman wore trousers in public for the first time, near Paris, summer of at the races in Auteuil. Her name is unknown, but this is a picture of her. Police men had to protect her against the curiosity and outrage of the crowd.

Mobile telephone from 1880, light and convenient at six pounds

Hands-Free Smart Phone , Circa this early switchboard operator hardware weighed 6 pounds.

Vintage selfie

The Selfie. Photograph by The Byron Company. In this capture from December the photographers of the Byron Company got together for a selfie on the roof of Marceau’s photography studio in New York City.

Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in 1916, travelling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor. The s...

vintage everyday: Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in travelling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor. The scooter was a birthday present from her husband, the journalist and Liberal politician Sir Henry Norman.

antique bio-hazard suit wonder if it's bite proof?

Creepy Vintage Photos

Radiographer wearing X-Ray Protection Mask, World War One - Radiology Nurse Technician during WWI. Taken in France in 1918 by HJ Hickman. Very interesting.

An ice-cold whisky dispenser, sometimes found in offices. (1950s)

An ice-cold whisky dispenser, sometimes found in offices. bring back the office whiskey dispenser!

old time radio 1940s

There is a great interest in old-time radio. Many people still remember the programs they listened to as children. Here we see an American boy with the family Philco, probably in the

Washday, granny used the scrub board for really dirty stuff first though. I loved feeding the ringer when I was a kid.

I remember helping my grandmother with the wringer washer. We always helped out on wash day when we could, even if we sometimes accidentally made the clean things dirty.

Times Square Kiss - Alfred Eisenstaedt    LOVE!!

love art kisses Black and White vintage NYC romance new york History army 2 military Sailors NY troops marines embrace black and white photography alfred eisenstaedt World War II World War old Photos valentine day true romance penn station fortie

Mother Teresa (1910 – 1997) was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in what is now Skopje, Macedonia.

Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, who became Mother Teresa Amazing photo of Mother Teresa as a girl. She was the youngest child of Nikola and Drane Bojaxhiu and was originally named 'Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu'. Agnes received her first communion at the age of five.

Kiss Me♡

Couple in Penn Station sharing farewell kiss before he ships off to war during WWII. (Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images) Jan 1943

Gals

Prohibition: flappers drink bootleg alcohol, 1925 Just the girls night out!

Remembering the Time When Radio Was Accused of Being The Death of Journalism.

Remembering the Time When Radio Was Accused of Being The Death of Journalism

Old-time radio - Before television, radio was the dominant home entertainment medium.

radio enlace  a corte de pelo virtual (sólo audio)  http://butthatsabsurd.tumblr.com/post/49585655057/klandestinekandle-scarrinparamour

Life before television - Radio 1940 What a pity. We were bound to use our imaginations, History, photo, vintage, father and child listening.

The woman who posed for the famous poster! ~~~~March is Women's History Month

The ‘we can do it’ lady…

People- Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was 17 years (in while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job. That image used by J. Howard Miller for the “We Can Do It!” poster, released during World War.