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    Milano | Risciò in Piazza Duomo | 1930

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    Il Volo

    Viaggio al termine • Il Volo

    Turkey-driven wagon. Wisconsin Historical Society, ca. 1910

    Poemas del río Wang: Stroller

    Clogs And Clowns.

    Scary Dad With Clogs And Clowns

    I adore this.

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    A doll party, late 1800s

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    Iowa farm

    Patriotic photos | 1940s | World War 2

    A representative of Max Factor paints cream stockings onto a woman’s leg as a solution to the unavailability of nylon during World War ll; May 25, 1940.

    Hoodoo That Voodoo, A representative of Max Factor paints cream...

    victorian carriage

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    Ken Heyman - Willie, Hell's Kitchen, NYC, 1956.

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    Simply Pretty: Appalachia in Black and White

    What a wonderfully darling little 1930s cutie pie

    Innocent beauty

    Boy with a toy horse

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    1887 - (Vintage Photos - Children).

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    Belgian refugees flee via dog cart, 1914

    Historical Times

    Giant Tricycle, 1896

    Retronaut - 1896: Giant Tricycle

    "Dogs feel very strongly that they should always go with you in the car, in case the need should arise for them to bark violently at nothing right in your ear." - Dave Barry

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    Auto wreck, Washington, circa 1917. D.C. license plate number for this car: 26.

    Crumple Zone: 1917 high-resolution photo

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    2009 September « Kate Davies Designs

    The Walker Sisters House in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee. John and Mary (Wiley) Walker moved here in 1870. Five of their spinster daughters inherited the house and lived the life of pioneers. They raised sheep and cotton from which they made their clothes. They grew most of their food, tended the livestock, and had a blacksmith shop. Other structures are a corn crib and a spring house. The first sister died in 1931, the last in 1964. Photo by Jack E. Boucher.

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    Millworker's children eating watermelon on porch of rented house. Six miles north of Roxboro, Person County, North Carolina, July 1939. Dorthea Lange photo

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