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Antique French 19th Century Surgical Instrument Amputation Set & Anesthesia Mask

Antique French 19th Century Surgical Instrument Amputation Set & Anesthesia Mask

France: Etablissement Thermal de Forges-les-Eaux, 100 franc share, Paris 192[2

France: Etablissement Thermal de Forges-les-Eaux, 100 franc share, Paris 192[2

opium dens | Opium Den Depicted on Sheet Music 1899 on Flickr - Photo Sharing! | We ...

opium dens | Opium Den Depicted on Sheet Music 1899 on Flickr - Photo Sharing! | We ...

Liane de Pougy (Folies Bergères dancer, "one of Paris's most beautiful and notorious courtesans".) Sarah Bernhardt, faced with the task of teaching Liane to act, advised her that when she was on stage, it would be best to keep her "pretty mouth shut"

Liane de Pougy (Folies Bergères dancer, "one of Paris's most beautiful and notorious courtesans".) Sarah Bernhardt, faced with the task of teaching Liane to act, advised her that when she was on stage, it would be best to keep her "pretty mouth shut"

Manufacture Société française des papiers peints, Balagny-sur-Thérain, France / 1898. Musée du papier peint, Rixheim, Alsace

Manufacture Société française des papiers peints, Balagny-sur-Thérain, France / 1898. Musée du papier peint, Rixheim, Alsace

70年間封印されていたフランス・パリのとある高級アパルトマンの秘密

70年間封印されていたフランス・パリのとある高級アパルトマンの秘密

Animated GIF of stereoscopic card, "An Opium Den, Chinatown, San Francisco, California. (1868?-1900?)" from NYPL Digital Gallery

Animated GIF of stereoscopic card, "An Opium Den, Chinatown, San Francisco, California. (1868?-1900?)" from NYPL Digital Gallery

Retronaut have published a unique moment in time, a selection of black and white portraits of the prostitutes of Storyville, taken in 1912 by legendary New Orleans photographer, John Bellocq.  I find this one eye catching, its intriguing.

Photos of New Orleans prostitutes from 1912

Retronaut have published a unique moment in time, a selection of black and white portraits of the prostitutes of Storyville, taken in 1912 by legendary New Orleans photographer, John Bellocq. I find this one eye catching, its intriguing.

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