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54 Fantastic Photos Document Everyday Life of Roskilde, Denmark in the 1900s and 1910s

Roskilde is a city in Denmark, west of Copenhagen. Next to its harbor, the Viking Ship Museum has 11th-century vessels and an active boatyard. In its center, the Gothic, twin-spired Roskilde Cathedral holds the tombs of many Danish kings and queens. Show More Summary

67 Impressive Photos Capture Street Scenes of Los Angeles in the 1930s

Here is a collection of impressive photos that shows street scenes of Los Angeles in the 1930s. 6th and Olive Streets, 1930 Crowds at Broadway and 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA, 1930 Traffic at Seventh and Spring, 1930 Crowds at Broadway and 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA, 1930 Crowds at Broadway and 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA, 1930 See more »

Teenage Girls Iron Their Hair Before a Night Out in New York City, 1964

Teenage girls are all steamed up these days about straight hair. The steam iron is replacing the huge rollers on which countless teens slept every night to achieve the height and curls. The same girls endure having their hair stretched to absolute straightness on the ironing board, and then ironed to keep it that way. Show More Summary

Faces of Century: These Photos of People When They Were Young and At 100 Will Leave You Amazed!

So many things change when a person ages. Wrinkles, changing hairlines, graying hair, the list goes on... But one thing that always stays the same is a person's identity. For his photo project called Faces of Century, photographer Jan...Show More Summary

Wonderful 19th Century Illustrations Show Clothes and Ceremonial Costumes from the Ottoman Empire

During the 16th century, the Ottoman Empire reached a peak of economic and political power. As such, the textile industry also witnessed a boom, with weaving techniques and the quality of fabrics at their pinnacle. Of course, the sultans...Show More Summary

The 1960s: The Typical Age of Youth – A Look Back At The Daily Life of '60s Teenage Girls

The 1960s marked the boom of youth fashion. Young people also had a quite liberal lifestyle in this era. Skirts and dresses were popular for girls, the most popular music genre was Rock and Roll, and one popular song was Yellow Submarine by The Beatles. Check out these snapshot that will give you a look back at the lifestyle of teenage girls in the 1960s. See more »

33 Rare Photos Show American Stores from the Late 19th Century

That's what stores in the United States looked like over 100 years ago. Hat shop Ice cream store front Interior of a store in Nebraska Jewelery store Lighting store in Ohio See more »

Rare Photos Show Members of the Osage Indian Tribe That Were Being Killed Off One-by-One After Oil Was Discovered Underneath Their Land

Rare images have revealed the intriguing murder mystery that captivated a nation as the FBI stepped in for the first time in history to solve a case. The black and white pictures show the Native American tribe that were being killedShow More Summary

30 Amazing Black and White Photographs of Vietnamese Bar Girls during the War

During the late 1960s, about thirty-two establishments in Saigon were houses of prostitution, ranging from modest apartments to elegant three-story establishments. A good deal of the sex business was in the hands of the Vietnamese underworld,...Show More Summary

Artek Summer Camp in the 1980s – Wonderful Pictures of the Place Where Every Soviet Kid Just Wanted to Go

Artek was a summer camp spending time where every Soviet kid dreamt of. Seriously. What was so attractive about this place? Let's see. First of all the location. It was located in Southern coast of Crimea - probably on of the warmest Black Sea locations in USSR. Show More Summary

45 Glamorous Photos Capture Classic Beauties in front of the Mirrors

Beautifying is always a necessity for women, and for the famous beauties, it is more important and necessary. Here is a glamorous photo collection that capture classic beauties in front of the mirrors. Anita Page Ann Blyth Ann Miller Ann Sothern Audrey Hepburn See more »

55 Cool Portrait Photos of Teenage Boys from between the 1860s to 1890s

From clothes to hats, and even their hairstyles, all made these teenage boys looked pretty cool in the second half of the 19th century. See more »

Roger Moore Dies at 89: Here Are All His James Bond Roles in Pictures Between 1973 and 1985

British actor Roger Moore, best known for his role as James Bond in films such as Live and Let Die and The Spy Who Loved Me, passed away today in Switzerland after a brief battle with cancer. He was 89. “With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that our father, Sir Roger Moore, passed away today. Show More Summary

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