A Blast from the Past
always loved documenting their daily lives and surroundings. Nowadays
everyone has a camera that can fit in their pocket, and there's no need
for a darkroom to see how your picture turned out. These historic photos
remind us how far the ordinary moments in life have changed: the scenery,
famous landmarks, modes of transport, and leisure
Helen Keller meets President Dwight Eisenhower.
Children lick large blocks of ice on a New York City
young girl walks her kitten on a leash for the National Cat Club Show in
Great Wall of China, before it was restored.
Women plays beach tennis on a Tel Aviv beach.
Women's tennis being played at the Summer Olympic Games in
Monroe enjoys a ride through New York City in a 1956 Ford
1860-1880: Egypt's Ancient Pyramids of Giza.
Paris' The Eiffel Tower slowly comes to life.
German fraternity experiment with taking a selfie in front of a
Young boys in Fort Worth, Texas don space helmets for the planetarium
3-story outhouse in St. Louis.
Webmasters Note: NOT too sure that I would want to be the one using the bottom one while others were on the second & third floors????
An electric car at a charging station.
C. 1880 -
1920: Immigrants from Austria-Hungary stand outside immigration sheds in
Jeanne Devereux becomes the first licensed female hair stylist in New York
railroad exhibit near Baltimore.
Charles C. Ebbet tales a photograph of the scenery of New York City from
the GE Building in Rockefeller Center.
Connery on set with Claudine Auger for his 4th James Bond
Lynchburg, Virginia's Blair Parson store was famous for its 10,000 calorie
During the Great Oil Crisis people enjoy a picnic on a deserted
phone booth in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashby
of the first underwater photographs.
Dinosaur tracks were discovered in the bed of Texas' Paluxy River. Here
they are being removed for preservation.
market scene on Mulberry Street in New York City.
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