Pam Carter

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 05:32:31 +0000

Humorous photos of naughty girls and women of the past


    Photo of Garrison Springs in the early 1900s

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    On July 1st 1916, a staggering 20,000 British men were killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Among them young volunteers like 19-year-old Fred Wood of Easton, who was experiencing battle for the first time. One of the first to go 'over the top' that day, and also one of the first to die. Amidst the chaos of slaughter he disappeared forever, his body never found. -‘No News of Fred’ - Bristol Cathedral.

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    Autochrome technology was in its very premature days when the war began in 1914 but a small group of photographers were pioneering its usage and now their pictures have been brought together.

    vintage everyday: 30 Vintage Portrait Photos Show Women of Boston from the 1860s

    Your First World War memories - Telegraph

    vintage everyday: 30 Vintage Portrait Photos Show Women of Boston from the 1860s

    07/16/1969 - Apollo 11 blasted off from Cape Kennedy, FL, and began the first manned mission to land on the moon. Father and son oberve Apollo 11 Launch, Photo by Ralph Crane

    vintage everyday: 30 Vintage Portrait Photos Show Women of Boston from the 1860s