"“Do Not Buy Where You Will Not Be Hired.” - North Carolina, 1960"
"World War One Soldiers Paying Tribute To The Millions Of Donkeys, Horses, And Mules That Passed Away In The War"
"A Female Samurai Warrior, 19th Century"
"How Did You Think All These Pictures Were Taken? 1909"
"Black Cat Open Casting Call For An Edgar Allen Poe Movie In 1961"
"Queen Genepil, The Last Queen Of Mongolia. 1920"
"Soldiers Returning Home From World War 2. This Photo Was Taken In 1945"
"What You’re Looking At Is The Very First Known Permanent Photograph"
"In the 1820s, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce set up a device called a ‘camera obscura’, which projected scenes illuminated by sunlight, and positioned it outside his studio window in France. The image was cast on a specially treated pewter plate that produced a copy of the buildings outside."
"Two Children Ignoring The Artwork At The San Francisco Museum Of Art"
"A Small Girl Balances On Her Mother’s Hand In Pittsburgh . Taken In The Mid-1900s"
"Parisian Woman With Her Cat In Her Cannabis Garden, 1910"
"A Man Browses The Books In The Public Library Of Cincinnati. It Was Demolished In 1955"
"In The 1960s, Bars In Istanbul Would Hire Someone To Carry Drunk People Back To Their Homes In Baskets"
"A Young Girl Trying To Cut A Sunbeam. This Picture Was Taken By Adam Diston In 1886"
"Nikola Tesla Sitting In His Laboratory With His “Magnifying Transmitter”, December 1899"
"A Portrait Of Arctic Explorer Peter Freuchen And His Wife, Fashion Illustrator Dagmar Cohn. This Photo Was Taken In 1947"
"Roland, A 4,000 Pound Elephant Seal, Getting A Bath From His Handler At The Berlin Zoo. This Photo Was Taken In 1930"
"Aerial Photography In Edinburgh, Circa 1920"
"Horse Training By Félix Thiollier. Photo Taken In 1899"
"David Jones (Aka David Bowie) Stepping In As A Saxophonist And Lead Singer For The Kon-Rads At A Gig In South London, 1963"
"Children On A Spiral Staircase In The Newly Built Children’s Library In Clamart, France. Photo Taken In 1965 By Martine Franck"
"San Francisco’s Iconic Cliff House, Before It Was Destroyed By A Fire In 1907"