Edmund Fitzgerald 1975
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Edmund Fitzgerald 1975- we were at the locks in the 1972 and I took a picture of her. There were crew members on deck. I only discovered that photo a few years ago and it gave me the goosebumps. Made famous in the song of the same name
edmund fitzgerald shipwreck | GORDONLIGHTFOOT: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald - Nov 10, 1975 (G ...
.On November 10, 1975 the iron ore carrier, SS Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior. All 29 crew members died. At the time, it was the worst shipping disaster on the Great Lakes in 11 years..Perhaps you've heard about this famous shipwreck.
Edmund Fitzgerald 1975 on Lake Erie
Edmund Fitzgerald 1975 before it met its very sad end. The singer Gordon Lightfoot's "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" is a very popular song about this sad event that happened on Lake Superior.
First successful photograph of a woman, 1839.
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Interesting history of photography. The first woman who appeared on the photos - Keytrin Dorothy Draper, who photographed her brother and a famous American photographer John Draper. in 1839, the year.
First successful photograph of a woman, 1839.One of the oldest photographic portraits known, made by Joseph Draper of New York, in 1839 or 1840, of his sister, Dorothy Catherine Draper.
This portrait of Dorothy Draper was taken between 1839-1840 and is believed to be the first photographic portrait ever taken in the United States.
Dorothy Catherine Draper, sister of NYU professor John Draper and model for the first daguerreotype portrait of a woman in the United States in 1839. She was the first woman to be photographed with her eyes open!
Unpacking the head of the Statue of Liberty, 1885
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Unpacking the head of the Statue of Liberty, 1885. Statue of Liberty construction USA America New York City NYC historical photos
Unpacking the face of the Statue of Liberty. [Lady Liberty doesn't look happy, maybe she is thinking about all the tired, poor, homeless, wretched refuse her inscription is beckoning.
Unpacking the face of the Statue of Liberty... Very cool. I read a book about the making of it; it's pretty cool to hear where certain monuments of history come from.
A vintage photo with the face of Lady Liberty, after she arrived to the United States from France.
An exhausted American soldier just back from the front lines near the town of Murrigen during the Battle of the Bulge. With victory at the Battle of the Bulge on January 25, 1945, the final triumph over Nazi Germany was in reach; Allied forces pressed their advantage and began the last push toward Berlin. On May 7, Germany agreed to an unconditional surrender.
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Exhausted: An American soldier, just back from the front lines near the town of Murrigen, shows signs of fatigue January 1, 1945 (via Vivid new Battle of the Bulge photos offer never-before-seen look at the war-weary soldiers braving the frigid weather as they fight off Nazi Germany’s last major offensive of World War II | Mail Online)
vintage everyday: Rare Images of the Battle of the Bulge - WWII An exhausted American soldier just back from the front lines near the town of Murrigen during the Battle of the Bulge.
Old West Railroad Photos
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Crew member, Harry Cain with Engine No. 12, of the Bullfrog-Goldfield Railroad, circa 1908. cal-neva.com
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El telégrafo eléctrico fue el primer medio que tuvo rapidez en las comunicaciones, dejando de lado las distancias geográfícas para lograr una comunicación instantánea, que fue la base de toda la evolución posterior de las telecomunicaciones
An Era Ends As the Telegraph Passes Into History
1908 | A telegraph operator printing a telegram.
New York, 1940, a photo by Andreas Feininger
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old-fashioned train travel, photo by Andreas Feininger
Andreas Feininger photo of Dearborn Station, c.1941, Chicago. Juxtaposition of the old and the new. Choo-Chooooo!
New York, - 1940 Train station
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New York, 1940, foto de Andreas Feininger - Find old b/w photos
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Flight over Manhattan, 1937 (NY Times photo)
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Flight Over Midtown, February 28, 1937 -- Ted Herbert of Roosevelt Field takes a spin over midtown Manhattan in a new type of sport plane powered by a V-8 automobile engine. From the New York Times Photo #commercial ads #funny ads #funny commercial ads #funny commercial| http://funnycommercialadsphotos.blogspot.com
Flight over New York City, 1937
New York 1930
Christmas Truce, 1914. Two men on a match, never three.