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Books & Readers

Collection by Stefan Aigner • Last updated 10 days ago

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Would love to visit this vintage bookstore. A great place to add to your booksto… Would love to visit this vintage bookstore. A great place to add to your bookstore bucket list. I Love Books, Books To Read, My Books, Reading Books, Dream Library, Library Books, Beautiful Library, Book Cafe, Book Aesthetic

Second Chance Books - AbeBooks - Independence, OR, U.S.A.

Second Chance Books: Independence, OR, U.S.A.

I remember! We had these carts in our school library. I grade, we could take a library course and re-shelve books in our spare time. I Love Books, Good Books, Books To Read, My Books, Library Humor, Library Books, Photo Library, Library Science, Vintage Library

Bibliotecarios/as en blanco y negro

Una selección de imágenes de bibliotecarios/as en el recuerdo. Fotografías que muestran como era este maravilloso trabajo hace muchos, mucho...

A Danish librarian trying to get a grip on what is the future for libraries by collecting information and visual inspiration. I try to keep the focus on library social software and digital. I Love Books, Good Books, Books To Read, Librarian Style, Woman Reading, Reading City, Reading People, Book Reader, Vintage Looks

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Explore Anna Hatzakis' photos on Flickr. Anna Hatzakis has uploaded 500 photos to Flickr.

Brattle Book Shop, Boston / Amazing literary places you have to visit I Love Books, My Books, Free Books, Book Aesthetic, City Aesthetic, Book Nooks, Reading Nooks, Library Books, Photo Library

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Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.

Peter Turnley is the photographic descendant of such master French photographers as Brassaï , Henri Cartier-Bresson , Robert Doisneau , and. Old Paris, Vintage Paris, Black White Photos, Black And White Photography, Robert Doisneau Photos, Saint Paul Paris, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Journal Photo

People-Watching in Paris -- National Geographic Traveler

The sacred pastime of people-watching still has a prime place in the French capital.

book stall at bazaar in Santiago, Chile. Photo by HyoJung Kim Books To Buy, Books To Read, Pablo Neruda, Chi Chi, Good Books, My Books, Reading Books, Airline Booking, Buying Books Online

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En el persa Biobio, haciendo hora con mi padre antes de la feria del libro. Como hace unos años ya no hay demasiado que nos llame la atención. Mi padre dice que la gente en este país esta muy enferma y triste por la cantidad de libros astrológicos y de auto ayuda. Este fue un retrato con permiso.

  Book And Coffee, Coffee Shop, Coffee Time, Good Books, Books To Read, Reading Books, How To Read People, Woman Reading, Reading People

Meet the Team | Laurie

What makes Elsie Green special is our people. We've got a few former corporate executives, a floral designer, a former interior designer, a vintage collect...

Actress Peggy Dow, under contract to Universal Pictures, made only nine films - one of them was Harvey opposite James Stewart - before retiring to marry a wealthy Oklahoma oil man. This 1950 photo is by Allan Grant. Style Beatnik, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, Beat Generation, Woman Reading, Universal Pictures, Screenwriting, Vintage Beauty, Vintage Style

Actress Peggy Dow of "Harvey" fame, photo by Allan Grant, July 7, 1950

Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.

The Beret Project: Betty Spann - Projects Design Der Gentleman, Gentleman Style, Street Photography, Portrait Photography, Men Over 50, Book People, Old Men, Pose Reference, Stylish Men

Betty Spann

This great photograph is by Betty Spann; a bereted gent having lunch in Bryant Park, Manhattan. Betty is a Francophile and photographer from the Pudget Sound. When she encountered this scene, Betty was actually preparing an exhibition of French faces. The picture was included in the exhibition (disclosing uncertainties), but who knows, there certainly is a very French feel about it.