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The First 'Wendy' in Peter Pan – 26 Beautiful Photos of Hilda Trevelyan in the 1900s

Hilda Trevelyan (1877-1959) was an English actress. Early in her career she became known for her performance in plays by J. M. Barrie, and is probably best remembered for creating the role of Wendy in Peter Pan. Another early success was as Oliver Twist in a dramatisation of Charles Dickens's novel staged by Herbert Beerbohm Tree. Show More Summary

How to predict moments in street photography before they happen

As if finding amazing moments wasn’t hard enough, you also have to capture them in the blink of an eye. Especially in the beginning, that can be very frustrating! Once you shift from finding moments to predicting moments, it gets much easier. Show More Summary

The Steed

5 days agoArts / Photography : Shotkit

People call me Steed, or The Steed, no one really calls me Abigail except my mum when I’ve done something wrong. I live on...

27 Rare Photos That Show Commercial Buildings of Ohio in the Early 1900s

These amazing photographs from Special Collections Research Center that depicted commercial buildings in rural northwestern Ohio with recently installed Central Union Telephone Company phones. The Central Union Telephone Company brought...Show More Summary

And Away We Go: 1912

July 10, 1912. "Karmnes [?] automobile (Overland touring car). Taken at barn-raising." And that's all they wrote. 5x7 glass negative. View full size.

The Earliest Known Photos of 12 Major U.S Cities

Look at these photos of American cities from more than 100 years ago! It's remarkable how much things have changed. Business Insider hunted down early photos from a handful of other big cities across the United States. Check out these early photos from 12 big cities below. 1. Show More Summary

18 Vintage Photos Prove That People Have Always Been A Little Crazy For Their Pets

People can be very weird when it comes to their pets. We all know at least one person who has made a Facebook profile for their cat. Or maybe they made their dog wear a matching sweater for their yearly Christmas card. Those people exist. Show More Summary

Siberian Bear-Hunting Armor from the 1800s

Was this full-body spiked armor actually used for hunting bears? It’s hard to say. First of all currently there is one suit, its owners call it the Wildman suit. It is located in the The Menil Collection in Houston, Texas. This particular suit is part of an exhibit called Witnesses to a Surrealist Vision (Witnesses). Show More Summary

Photographer shows how beautiful horror can be

Antonio Pantoja is a multi-award winning photographer and filmmaker located in Louisville, KY with a passion for horror. Despite not going to film school and only boasting an 8th-grade education, Pantoja has garnered over 50 awards for his efforts over the last 3 years. Show More Summary

23 Amazing Photos of Soviet Soldiers during World War II

The Workers' and Peasants' Red Army was the army and the air force of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, and after 1922 the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The army was established immediately after the 1917 October Revolution. Show More Summary

A three step method for improving like a boss

Clark Terry was one of the world’s best jazz trumpet players and educators (I guess he could DO as well as TEACH… who knew). He is also well known for stating the artists creative cycle in three short words: Imitate, Assimilate, Innovate. Show More Summary

The Fujifilm X100F – how does it deliver as an everyday camera for professionals

One of my goals for 2017 was to get back to taking photos for no one but myself. I have been so focused on my own work that I forgot what it’s like to just take photos for the sake of it and have the luxury of not shooting to a brief or a deadline. […] The post The Fujifilm X100F – how does it deliver as an everyday camera for professionals appeared first on DIY Photography.

39 Awful Photos of '80s Hairstyles You Will Definitely Not Want to Try Even Once

Eighties hair was mostly bigger, but take a decision carefully before choosing one of these hairstyles. See more »

Top Drawer: 1920

Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "Herbert E. French, photographer, in office." The proprietor of the National Photo Company, stylishly turned out with a natty three-button desk. 8x6 inch glass negative, National Photo Co. View full siz...

Riggs House: 1910

Washington, D.C., circa 1910. "Riggs House formerly, 15th and G Sts. N.W." The 19th-century hotel was soon demolished to make way for a much larger office building. National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

An Interesting Footage Captured Games Played by London Schoolchildren in the Streets and Playgrounds in the 1950s

Excerpt from the short documentary One Potato, Two Potato (1957). Filmed over a 12-month period, this study of children's games played in London streets and playgrounds stands out for its freshness and spontaneity; it remains an important companion piece to Peter and Iona Opie's classic studies of children's games and rhymes. Show More Summary

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