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ceeceerae · 3 hours ago
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Charles American Horse (the son of Chief American Horse). Oglala Lakota. 1901. Photo by William Herman Rau. Source - Princeton Digital Library.
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silent--era · 5 hours ago
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Billie Burke photographed by Bassano
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helpmedudes · 10 hours ago
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Tag urself I’m Odd Blotter
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Sunday June 18th, 1909
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fripperiesandfobs · a day ago
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Morin Blossier riding jacket of Queen Alexandra, 1902
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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fripperiesandfobs · a day ago
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Worth evening coat ca. 1900
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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ceeceerae · a day ago
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ceeceerae · 2 days ago
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Bourbon Street and Ursulines Avenue circa 1925. “New Orleans organ grinder.”
by Arnold Genthe.
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ceeceerae · 2 days ago
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The Suttons Bay, Michigan Fire Department hose brigade.
Early 1900s.
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ceeceerae · 3 days ago
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Moving a boiler up to Granite Mine, Granite, Montana. View of horse teams pushing and pulling a boiler on a wagon near Granite, Montana. Two men on the wagon and one visible behind the second team. Tree covered hillside in the background. 1903. #mthistory #montana #history https://buff.ly/3mGYjHB
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irdeadite · 5 days ago
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Anyone born after 2000 isnt real. You're not real. 2000 isnt a real year.
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ceeceerae · 6 days ago
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I have been hesitant about telling my story. I talked to my son and my husband who are both members in this group and they thought that I should share it.
A few years ago I was very ill. When I would go to sleep at night I dreamed about this lady that would sit at the end of my bed. I told my husband about it, because it was so real. For several nights I dreamed about her. When I recovered she did not come back in my dreams. A few months later my sister had done a family cookbook, in this cookbook was a picture of the woman in my dreams. She was my daddy's mother who had passed away when he was 10 yrs old. I feel like she was there to comfort me. This is a picture of her.
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ceeceerae · 7 days ago
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Four women seated on steps of building at Atlanta University, Georgia, c1899.
Contributor Names
Askew, Thomas E., 1850?-1914, photographer
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963, collector
Source Collection
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963. Du Bois albums of photographs of African Americans in Georgia exhibited at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1900
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Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540
Du Bois, W. E. B. , Collector, Askew, Thomas E., 1850?-1914, photographer. Four African American women seated on steps of building at Atlanta University, Georgia. Atlanta Georgia, 1899. [or 1900] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/95507126/.
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ceeceerae · 7 days ago
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Rush hour in Chicago didn’t look any better 104 years ago.
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ceeceerae · 9 days ago
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Outdoor gymnasium and playground, Chicago, IL (1903)
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