Uncovering The Past: Fascinating Historical Photos You've Never Seen (41 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       29 Mar 2023       9751       13 GALLERY VIEW
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"World War One Memorial"

"The Sioux Nation Of Native Americans Teepees Spread Across The Great Plains In 1800s"

"A Photo Of An Engineer Wiring An Early Ibm Computer, 1958. (Photo By Berenice Abbott)"

"An American Mother And Daughter Hold The American Flag In The Early 1900’s"

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"This Young Boy Was Born In 1924 And He Is 2 Years Old In This Photo. He Died In 1944 In France On A Us Tanker. His Name Is Lonzo Hudgins And He Received A Purple Heart In Ww2. He Was My Mom's 1st Cousin. I Love This Vintage Photo Of My Cousin"

"Lt. Col. Robert Stirm, Is Greeted By His Family, Returning Home After More Than Five Years As A Prisoner Of War In North Vietnam"

"Over 3,000 Workers Who Build The Chase Manhattan Bank In New York City Pose For A Photo Near The End Of Constructional Work, August, 1964"

"Kids These Days Don't Know The Struggle (1990s)"

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"Silent Film Actress, Delores Costello, Drew Barrymore's Grandmother, 1928"

"Remember That Photo Of The Construction Workers Having Lunch On An Unfinished New York Skyscraper? Well Here's The Photographer Charles Ebbets. 9/20/1932"

"The Huffy Radio Bicycle From The 1950s"

"American Athlete Jesse Owens Fills Up A Car At A Petrol Station In His A Uniform Of Cap, Shirt And Bow Tie. Owens Worked As A Petrol Pump Attendant To Help Finance His Studies At Ohio State University. (United States, 1935)"

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"Blackfoot Native Americans On The Roof Of The Mcalpin Hotel, Refusing To Sleep In Their Rooms, New York City"

"Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) And His Long-Time Friend John T. Lewis (Probably Twain's Inspiration For The Character "Jim" In "Huckleberry Finn"), Standing Together At Quarry Farm, Elmira, New York - 1903"

"Thirteen Sisters In The Brooks Family View Their Only Brother Leslie Benjamin, Following His Birth At Home In Pittsfield, Massachusetts (1954)"

"An Immigrant Family At New York's Ellis Island Is About To Embark On The Chase Of Their Dreams. The 1900s"

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"New York. 1957"

"Federal Reserve Bank, New York, 1959. Photo Ormond Gigli"

"Mount St. Helens Eruption, 1980. (Photo By R. Lasher)"

"Madison Square, New York City Ca.1900"

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"Marilyn Monroe Photographed By Sam Shaw In Amagansett, New York, 1957"



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Prudy 1 year ago
#30 Dangerous? That was fun. If a kid back then fell off, they got right back on. Such babies these days.
       
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Buren 1 year ago
Prudy,

The fatality statistics vary from year to year, but the fatality rate significantly increases above the 10-foot threshold. The Center for Construction Research (2018) states that:

11.7% of fall-related fatalities resulted from falls from heights between 6 and 10 feet
19.7% from falls 11 to 15 feet
17.4% from falls 16 to 20 feet

source: www.safeopedia.com
       
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Gus 1 year ago
Buren,

Darwinism at its finest.
       
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Lorrie 1 year ago
#10 "How to look cool while balancing at 260 meters, lesson one" good
       
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Eduardo 1 year ago
Photos you've never seen before, unless you've been here before.
       
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Frannie 1 year ago
#22 Telephone tower in Stockholm Sweden (Built in Year 1887)

Thanks for all photos, much love heart
       
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Torie 1 year ago
#36 ok this should end the "how did they build the pyramids" question, if they can move a house down the street 2 years after the earthquake of 1906 which leveled San Francisco with one horse down a hill then building a pyramid with a few thousand people should not be that hard to figure out

#37 the statue of liberty is a lie, it wasn't meant for the United States but Egypt and placed at the Sues Canal

Who was the Statue of Liberty originally intended for?

The first sketch of New York's Statue of Liberty by architect Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi was first intended to represent an “Egyptian peasant in Muslim garments.” In his early designs, Bartholdi called the sculpture “Egypt Carrying the Light to Asia.” However, Egyptian officials rejected the statue as too expensive,
       
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Gus 1 year ago
#16 #25 #31 Back when immigrants came here legally and didn't make their first action in the US the commission of a crime.

#4 Back when people taught kids to love their country - not hate it.
       
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Bezaleel 1 year ago
#18 can someone explain the special shoes?
       
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Mal 1 year ago
Bezaleel,

slip on steel toes gold is damn heavy.
       
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Cindy 1 year ago
#9
Hot AF heart
       
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Waldo 1 year ago
#28 that's Roger Murdock, the pilot!
       
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Abner 1 year ago
#6 ...And she served him the divorce paper! Read the true sad story behind.
       
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