Maria Elena Green del Solar Dorrego was born on August 17, 1893. She was one of four children of her mother Ana Mayobre Lynch and her father Fredrico Green Lumb who were married at Saint John Angelican Church in Buenos Aires on October 18, 1886. Elena and her family were quite well to do and lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Show More Summary
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Ann Arbor, Michigan, circa 1905. "Main Street, looking north." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
Manhattan has changed greatly in the past 40 years — the once drug and crime-ridden streets of the Lower East Side are now filled with luxury high rise apartments and retail shops.These amazing color photographs were taken by photographer Eva Lewitus, showing street life of Manhattan in the 1970s. (Photos by Eva Lewitus)
Thanks to my job, I’ve seen some fascinating drones so far. But the drone I discovered today, along with its unfortunate choice of name, made me burst into laughter. It got me wondering if the person who thought of the name speaks English, and how well they speak it. Show More Summary
A new book has showcased an extraordinary collection of rare color photographs of the Second World War. The publication from the Imperial War Museums (IWM) includes color images, many of them published for the first time. The SecondShow More Summary
A shadow on Saturn's rings, a baby star, and shoebox-sized satellites. The post Space Photos of the Week: Saturn, You So Pretty appeared first on WIRED.
A gift is a gift. If you want to gift your photography, I have nothing to say about it. Your right and good for you for gifting your gift. When you pull the plug on pricing, you bring everyone else down as well, and mostly you hurt yourself worse than anyone. Show More Summary
It was one of those moments when two articles collided in my day and struck a chord. The first was JP Danko’s here, on whether or not it’s ethical to use photos of your children for stock. The second was by Lucy Dunn, on The Pool, where she raises the question of ‘over-sharenting’. Show More Summary
Here is an Amazing colorized photo collection from whatsthatpicture that shows daily life of sailors on Hull trawlers in the 1900s. See more »
The U.S. Copyright Office has issued a final rule to address the effect of a disruption or suspension of any Office electronic system on the Office’s receipt of applications, fees, deposits, or other materials. The Copyright Office received...Show More Summary
The Titanic always reminds us of the pain, but also motivates us to find out the facts behind it. Here is 16 random facts of The Titanic you can't stop reading. 1. A first-class ticket cost $2,560, which is more than $61,000 today. For...Show More Summary
Rubbin' is racin', goes the saying. The post Photo of the Week: A Gnarly Nascar Pile Up in Kansas Ends in Flames appeared first on WIRED.
Detroit circa 1907. "Campus Martius -- Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument and Hotel Pontchartrain." Two perennial Detroit Publishing favorites. View full size.
The naughtiness behind the picture perfect lady. Actress, dancer and humanitarian, Audrey Hepburn was, for all of her life, the ideal of femininity, gentility and all around perfection. But what kind of secrets did she keep? Read on to find out the fabulously scandalous things you never would have guessed about Audrey Hepburn's love life. 1. Show More Summary