1920's  ‘Photograph shows caddy Mozart Johnson wearing “the latest safety device for golf courses” fashioned from wire-mesh and worn over the head and upper torso to protect “caddies and ball-retrievers from wild golf balls.”‘

1920's ‘Photograph shows caddy Mozart Johnson wearing “the latest safety device for golf courses” fashioned from wire-mesh and worn over the head and upper torso to protect “caddies and ball-retrievers from wild golf balls.”‘

In the 1930's a safety net placed below the Golden Gate Bridge saved the lives of 19 construction workers, who became known as the "Halfway-to-Hell Club."

In the 1930's a safety net placed below the Golden Gate Bridge saved the lives of 19 construction workers, who became known as the "Halfway-to-Hell Club."

Seen here are painters atop the Woolworth Building in New York City in 1926. Photographer Unknown via Ovadia & Sons on Tumblr.

Seen here are painters atop the Woolworth Building in New York City in 1926. Photographer Unknown via Ovadia & Sons on Tumblr.

"Model T Light Stand" 1910's style of changing street lamps.   [source(s):  http://nancyrivers.tumblr.com/post/15893312769/spartacusthemusician-model-t-light-stand (via:spartacusthemusician-deactivate)]

"Model T Light Stand" 1910's style of changing street lamps. [source(s): http://nancyrivers.tumblr.com/post/15893312769/spartacusthemusician-model-t-light-stand (via:spartacusthemusician-deactivate)]

2 policemen escorting 2 young girls & their mother to safety, past area closed off due to recently discovered 2,500 lb. German bomb, which was dropped in 1941 (during WWII), shortly before it was defused. 1948.

2 policemen escorting 2 young girls & their mother to safety, past area closed off due to recently discovered 2,500 lb. German bomb, which was dropped in 1941 (during WWII), shortly before it was defused. 1948.

The Photo After The Famous Photo: The famous photo was taken on September 20th, 1932, during the construction of the RCA Building (now the GE Building) in Rockefeller Center. The workers, without safety harnesses, are 69 floors (840 feet) above the street.

The Photo After The Famous Photo

The Photo After The Famous Photo: The famous photo was taken on September 20th, 1932, during the construction of the RCA Building (now the GE Building) in Rockefeller Center. The workers, without safety harnesses, are 69 floors (840 feet) above the street.

U.S. Window Cleaners Cleaning High Rise on Madison Avenue, NYC, 1957 // Walter Sanders

U.S. Window Cleaners Cleaning High Rise on Madison Avenue, NYC, 1957 // Walter Sanders

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