Joseph Nadler

Joseph Nadler

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Mother and child photos. Edwardian era 1900s. It’s rare to find a photo of a woman smiling since taking photos took so long.

Mother and child photos. Edwardian era 1900s. It’s rare to find a photo of a woman smiling since taking photos took so long.

'Civilization in the bush' ca. 1800's. Photo shared by the State Library Victoria. v@e.

'Civilization in the bush' ca. 1800's. Photo shared by the State Library Victoria. v@e.

One of oldest structures on EARTH. Aprox. 14-17,000 years old & built with construction techniques unknown. Only diamonds are strong enough to cut these stones. Modern diamond tipped drills powered by computers and assisted with heavy machinery today would have great difficulty replicating the stone work.

One of oldest structures on EARTH. Aprox. 14-17,000 years old & built with construction techniques unknown. Only diamonds are strong enough to cut these stones. Modern diamond tipped drills powered by computers and assisted with heavy machinery today would have great difficulty replicating the stone work.

Dick Whittington’s old house in London, late Elizabethan dwellings finally demolished in the 1890s (via Twitter / joeflanagan1)

Dick Whittington’s old house in London, late Elizabethan dwellings finally demolished in the 1890s (via Twitter / joeflanagan1)

Red Lion Street area, Kirk's Yard, Nottingham, 1919. All demolished in the late 1920's-early 30's and replaced by some of the first purpose built council houses. Narrow Marsh lay beneath the cliff of the Lace Market, seen here in the background. The area was notorious for slum dwellings and outbreaks of cholera and other diseases. The houses on the left show frame-knitters windows. The timber-frame house, 'Marsh Farm' may be Tudor, with a marvellous display of repairs and patching.

Red Lion Street area, Kirk's Yard, Nottingham, 1919. All demolished in the late 1920's-early 30's and replaced by some of the first purpose built council houses. Narrow Marsh lay beneath the cliff of the Lace Market, seen here in the background. The area was notorious for slum dwellings and outbreaks of cholera and other diseases. The houses on the left show frame-knitters windows. The timber-frame house, 'Marsh Farm' may be Tudor, with a marvellous display of repairs and patching.