These photos were taken in Ethiopia in the mid-late 1940s by photographers Dorsa Mishler and John Lehman while on their mission service at Nazareth hospital. The hospital was founded by the Mennonites at the invitation of Emperor Haile Selassie in a warehouse built by the Italians during the occupation.
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War is always cruel and harsh. But sometimes, somewhere, we can still find several happy times from everyday life of children. American photographer and veteran Lance Nix had recorded these rare moments when he served during Vietnam...
These wonderful photos were taken by a member of Huebner family that documented the daily life of West Germany in 1958 in a trip to Europe. Autobahn bridge over the Lahn River, Limburg an der Lahn, 22 June 1958 Bamberg, West Germany...
This was everyday life of Senegal in 1981 and 1982 documented through 67 wonderful color photos by photographer John Atherton. See more »
These stunning color photos were taken by photographer Max Leonard that documented everyday life in England around 1951-53. See more »