Highway crew covers a 70 mph sign with a 55mph sign in response to the National Maximum Speed Law in 1974 [UnitedStates]
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Snow day. Pennsylvania, USA 1940’s.
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Two women having a sidewalk conversation in NYC (1966-67). Photo by Tod Papageorge
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HS kids hanging in the band-shell in Central Park (1979) Photographer: Gary Ray
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Hot dog vender at West Street, Downtown Manhattan (1950). Photographer-Charles Phelps Cushing
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"Sophia" [1949] by Simonetta Visconti
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Friends, New York, 1966
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Me, Halloween 1964, Raggedy Ann
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Tokyo street. 1958.
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Rowing on the Schuylkill River, Philadelphia - August 1924
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Finnish maids in America, 1900
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1979 Amusement Park Rotor Ride
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Curbside petrol at 25 East Kings Highway, Haddonfield, NJ (circa 1962)
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Students pick daisies in a field, NY, 1920s.
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Inner tube at the lake - Southeast Pennsylvania 1924
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Chevron gas station attendant checking a 1965 Mustang - Tallahassee, Florida (September 19, 1968). Photo courtesy of the State Archives of Florida.
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Kent County Jail Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1888.
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At "Sublette's Saloon & Pool Hall" in Haskell County, Kansas (February 21, 1914)
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I just lost my grandfather on Tuesday and have been going through some wonderful photos. Here’s one from his wedding day to my lovely grandmother a little over 60 years ago. I miss him already.
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My Great Grandfather and his older and younger sisters, circa 1910, rural Indiana, USA.
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Washington, D.C., between January 1891 and January 1894. Beall, Nellie. And her little dog, too. 5x7 inch glass negative from the C.M. Bell portrait studio.
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My grandpa showing off his catch for the newspaper with my mom in the background (1958)
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My grandma and her friend sharing a couple drinks, 1950s
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Cigars for EVERYONE! My Great Grandpa, Great Uncle, and Unidentified little boy with his own cigarette. Taken about 1900.
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My mom, grandma and great grandma circa 1936.
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Austria-Hungarian soldiers in the Alps during WWI.
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Fishing trip with the boys circa 1955
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Ferdinand and Barbra Haarmann family, Omaha, NE 1908
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My grandparents joking around in the late 1940s in rural Ohio.
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Second from left is my grampa in law back in 1937, with his Basque batallion buddies who were fighting Franco. He escaped to Venezuela a few years later, and passed away there a few years ago at 95. He would have turned 103 today.
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