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Cats in Photography: E.D. Puntam - Chums. Photo. Circa Late-19th Century.

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Just so everyone knows he was OK. Nina Leen, [Kitten emerging from pot of milk after falling into it], 1940. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.

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Congolese under King Leopold II of Belgium with their hands chopped off for not meeting rubber quotas. c. late 1800s

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The Chinese Exclusion Act passed in 1882 marks the first time that the United States banned any group of people based on race or nationality.

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Walker Hancock, Angel of the Resurrection (1950-52), Pennsylvania Railroad World War II Memorial, Phila., Pa. - Hancock was one of the World War II, “Monuments Men”, who rescued innumerable works of art from the Nazis.

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Vintage 1930's Lard ad ...gotta love it! LOL!

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Senile agitation, vintage ad for Thorazine

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"What To Do In - Blackouts" Massachusetts Committee on Public Safety Civil Defense 1942

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Marines holding a sign thanking the Coast Guard during WWII.

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Aftermath of the second world war. Shop window in London 1946

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Amazing! Mrs. Esther Stace riding sidesaddle and clearing 6’6” at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, 1915

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Taxidermists prepare a walrus for exhibition, c. 1890s

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Let electricity do it!

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Vintage Postcard

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titanic

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Bust Cream...or Food #retro #retroads #ads #vintage #wtf

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10 Old Advertisements YOU will NOT Believe EXISTED!... Crazy what some companies will try to get you to believe

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vintage old advertising baby malboro

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I grew up in this era. I'm so glad that men have changed their attitudes. Well, at least the good men have changed their attitudes.

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Shockingly Racist Vintage Ads

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Sexist advertising

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Old Advertisement, I remember these. They were called "Chubettes."

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A policeman patiently reasoning with a two-year-old boy trying to cross a street during a parade - 1958 Pulitzer Prize Winner

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Russian Volunteers (POA)

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