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Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975). [Man and Woman on Coney Island Boardwalk, From Behind, Coney Island, New York], 1929. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Walker Evans Archive, 1994 (1994.251.168) © Walker Evans Archive, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ida Latimer Original sixth plate (2.5 by 3.75”) tinted tintype of a young lady identified in a family album as Ida Latimer of Rock Cross, Ohio, USA. Photographer and date unknown (probably taken during or around the Civil War era). via BeautyOfThePast

< Golden Gate Bridge under construction, 193? > Repost from California State Library, See their "Golden Gate Bridge" Pinterest Board for some great historical photos and book recomendations.

Young girl entertaining Mickey Mouse and other friends at a make-believe tea party, 1930s by State Library of Queensland, Australia, via Flickr

Slab hut, Village Point with Watsons Bay in the background. c.1870-75. American & Australasian Photographic Company. State Library NSW.

Photo: 1872-75. The subject of this photograph is most likely a Tonkawa Indian scout serving with the U.S. Army at Fort Concho. The scout is equipped with a U.S. Army Springfield rifle, and he wears a regulation U.S. Army belt with rectangular belt-plate showing the Federal eagle. The short hair-pipe breastplate is typical of those worn by Southern Plains Indians. Source: Lawrence T. Jones III.

Architectural photographer Jonathan Taylor creates images for Harewood House using the Cambo Wide RS1250 and Leaf Credo 80 million pixel digital camera back.

Harewood House Interiors | As we were in the Gallery we also took the opportunity to capture the ...

John Morton-Finney was a Buffalo soldier who fought in WW1, earned 11 degrees, and practiced law right up until he was 106 years old. Finney was believed to be the longest practicing attorney in the United States, taking the record from Rush Limbaugh I (1891-1996) who practiced law for 75 years.