How It All Used To Look Like (33 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       14 Aug 2020       7371       4

Teenagers at the record store, 1957

Boxing in Yankee Stadium, NY, 1923

New York Times newsroom (1942)

Recording an episode of “Gang Busters”, true crime radio show, New York, 1930’s

Inside the “Gunn House Saloon” in Sonora, California 1898

Izismile Video Collection

Rush Medical College lecture auditorium, 1900, Chicago

School dance, 1956

African-American, sharecropper & mother teaching her children numbers and alphabet at home. Louisiana,1939.

Young Boy Watching Television For First Time – 1948

Inside the FBI’s Colossal Fingerprint Factory (1943)

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Playground at the Dallas Public Library, 1900

Listening to a record during music class (1957)

Twins waiting at a bus stop on Route 66, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1947

New York City opium den in 1925

Meeting of the Mickey Mouse Club in the 1930s

The American Look in 1945 according to the department store, Lord & Taylor

Ashtrays and coin-operated televisions in the Los Angeles Greyhound bus terminal, 1969

Lunch time at an automat in NYC, 1957

Getting cooled air piped into the car while enjoying a meal at a drive-in restaurant. Houston, Texas, 1957

Nurses in their bomb trenches between hospital wards. France. 1918

Albert Einstein lecturing on the Theory of Relativity, 1922

Photo of members of a secret society at the University of Illinois.

A member of the 369th Infantry Regiment (aka "Harlem Hellfighters") holds a puppy that he saved during World War I (1918)

Two female bootleggers, 1921

"Daughters of a WWI German officer pose with Pickelhaube helmet and sword in 1914."

OG Michelin Man, 1907

An Inuit man warms up his wife’s feet in Greenland, 1890’s

Woman pouring alcohol into a cup from a cane during Prohibition in 1922

Arch Duke Ferdinand of Austria, posing as a mummy, 1894

Swimming Instructor and Bather, Midland Beach, Staten Island, 1898.

Circa 1900. U.S.S. Newark -- sword exercise.

Marilyn Monroe mugshot, after being arrested for driving too slow and without a license Feb. 4, 1954

The 442nd Regimental Combat Team, a regiment of almost entirely Japanese-Americans, in France, 1944.



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Hephsibah 2 month s ago
Nice rare photos. Keep them coming....
       
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Walt 2 month s ago
Some of the pictures look more Sci fi than today
       
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Onnie 2 month s ago
....so much for the "smile" in Izismile...I have a sneaking suspicion that there are forums for the first thread somewhere on the internet... I am not condemning the content by any means, just the chosen venue. Happy Friday.
       
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Absalom 2 month s ago
#29 not the type of goofball you'd expect people to start a world war over.
       
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