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*TITANIC's~last lifeboat: Amazing photos show vessel containing three rotting bodies - including a man still in his dinner jacket - which was found by passing liner a month later and 200 miles away │Daily Mail News Rms Titanic, Titanic Photos, Titanic History, Titanic Wreck, Titanic Sinking, Titanic Movie, Ancient History, Belfast, Southampton

Pictured: The Titanic's last lifeboat

The wooden lifeboat, the last to be cast off from the doomed passenger ship, was spotted in the Atlantic some 200 miles from the wreck site by crew on board the passing RMS Oceanic on May 13, 1912.

St Ives fisherman Edwin Couch with his niece, Bessie Phillips, in Cornwall, England - Old Pictures, Old Photos, Cultura Judaica, St Ives Cornwall, Cornwall England, Old Fisherman, Sea Captain, Foto Art, British History

Cornwall Photos

Thousands of photos of Cornwall featuring stunning landscapes, sites of historic interest, towns & villages and beautiful beaches. Explore Cornwall with our quality Cornish photos and immerse yourself in this unique and special place.

New York circa Coney Island – Luna Park promenade….wow Coney was ALOT… New York circa Coney Island – Luna Park promenade….wow Coney was ALOT… Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Paris 1900, Photo New, Vintage New York, Coney Island, Parcs, Interesting History

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"I can only note that the past is beautiful because one never realises an emotion at the time. It...

The Crystal Palace is a metal and glass structure located in the Jardines del Retiro in Madrid (Spain). It was built in 1887 for the Exposition of the Philippines, held that year. It was inspired by the Crystal Palace, Paxton (U. The Crystal Palace, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Victorian London, Victorian Ladies, Foto Madrid, Glass Structure

Les romantiques. Palacio de cristal. Parque del Retiro. MAYO 2011. MADRID.

Victorian ladies inside the Crystal Palace. The Crystal Palace is a metal and glass structure located in the Jardines del Retiro in Madrid (Spain). It was built in 1887 for the Exposition of the Philippines, held that year. It was inspired by the Crystal Palace, Paxton (U.K.).

Bread LIne 1932 by Dorothea Lange; Nd people today are complaining when there's a line of 5 people in front of them at the Supermarket. This is social because this shows a long line of men lining up for food together. Vintage Photography, Street Photography, Reflection Photography, Dorothea Lange Photography, Dust Bowl, Great Depression, Depression Help, Vivian Maier, Documentary Photographers

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Steep Street - Host Street to Griffin Lane -road line altered and became Colston Street. 1871 Joseph Dann chimney sweeper Edward Robins umbrella maker John Murphy newsagent Rosamond Holloway marine stores John Weeks boot make Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Old Pics, Victorian Life, Victorian London, Vintage London

1866 medieval Steep Street from the junction with Trenchard Street

Steep Street - Host Street to Griffin Lane -road line altered and became Colston Street. 1871 Joseph Dann, chimney sweeper Edward Robins, umbrella maker John Murphy, newsagent Rosamond Holloway, marine stores John Weeks, boot maker This picture by Frost & Read of Steep Street curving away to the right was recorded five years before it was demolished and replaced by Colston street but on a different realignment.

edwardianera: “The Burning of the Call.” The San. edwardianera: ““The Burning of the Call.” The San Francisco Call newspaper building in flames after the April 1906 earthquake. Old Pictures, Old Photos, San Francisco Earthquake, Interesting History, Interesting Buildings, World History, Natural Disasters, Vintage Photographs, St Francis

Edwardian Era

“The Burning of the Call.” The San Francisco Call newspaper building in flames after the April 18, 1906 earthquake.

"Soldiers without guns." illustrated by Adolph Treidler - WWII propaganda poster USA, women war workers Ww2 Posters, Political Posters, Pin Up Vintage, Vintage Ads, Journal Vintage, Propaganda Art, Rosie The Riveter, Women In History, History Images

The 20th Century

Spanning two world wars, a great depression, and even a moon landing, there was no shortage of conflict and excitement in the 20th century. Find resources, biographies, and timelines to help you understand this era.

"Allison at her kitchen stove, dying scarves, ca. from New York’s Bohemian Greenwich Village – Jessie Tarbox Beals – was an American photographer, the first published female photojournalist in the United States Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Bohemian Pictures, Antique Photos, Greenwich Village, Vintage Magazine, New York Pictures

Vintage: New York’s Bohemian Greenwich Village (1910s – 1920s) | MONOVISIONS - Black & White Photography Magazine

Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870 – 1942) was an American photographer, the first published female photojournalist in the United States mostly known for her portraits of places such as Bohemian Greenwich Village. Greenwich Village became widely identified as America’s bohemia by the mid-1910s. The radicals who lived in Greenwich Village in the early 20th century rejected traditional structured socialization, preferring instead bohemian informality. Yet they often met in Village hangouts to discuss…