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The Generally Just Fucking Creepy Stuff Thread V3 - "Let The Brick Shitting Begin" Edition

The Generally Just Fucking Creepy Stuff Thread V3 - "Let The Brick Shitting Begin" Edition

The opening of the first North Face shop in San Francisco, 1966.

Patagonia and The North Face: saving the world – one puffer jacket at a time

L.A. Civic Center masked by smog on January 6, 1948. Courtesy of UCLA Library Special Collections - Los Angeles Times Photographic Archive

L.A. Civic Center masked by smog on January 6, 1948. Courtesy of UCLA Library Special Collections - Los Angeles Times Photographic Archive

Courtesy of Metro Transportation Library and Archive

Courtesy of Metro Transportation Library and Archive

Bruce Davidson, ‘Surfers along Pacific Coast, Los Angeles, California’, 1964

Bruce Davidson, ‘Surfers along Pacific Coast, Los Angeles, California’, 1964

Trains,Iron

Campus Characters | University of Michigan Heritage

Campus Characters | University of Michigan Heritage

Two rows of men: one row standing behind a second row seated on the ground. The men are wearing white baseball uniforms with "Detroit" across the chest and white baseball caps.

Two rows of men: one row standing behind a second row seated on the ground. The men are wearing white baseball uniforms with "Detroit" across the chest and white baseball caps.

Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 46th Regiment, 196th Light Infantry Brigade, 23rd Infantry Division, "The Americal Division" soldiers Joseph "GTO" Stanfield(18 years old) and Gaylen "Becky" Blosser(19 years old). ~ Vietnam War

Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 46th Regiment, 196th Light Infantry Brigade, 23rd Infantry Division, "The Americal Division" soldiers Joseph "GTO" Stanfield(18 years old) and Gaylen "Becky" Blosser(19 years old). ~ Vietnam War

"Automotive Landscapes #35," 1978, from the series that helped establish Hernandez's renown as a photographer.

Photography's best-kept secret: How Anthony Hernandez put a distinctly Los Angeles lens on picture-making

"Automotive Landscapes #35," 1978, from the series that helped establish Hernandez's renown as a photographer.