62 Historic Photos Of Love During Wartime
Times change. Nothing remains the same forever. But as you can see from these heartwarming pictures compiled by Bored Panda, one thing doesn't change no matter how much time passes, and that's love.
This image is from a set called "What's That You're Wearing". The photographs in this set were produced from negatives serendipitously discovered in my other collections. The ordinary to exceptional choices of personal fashion through the eyes of the family camera. Please go here to see more images from "What's That You're Wearing" www.flickr.com/photos/69559277@N04/sets/72157640797725143/ Produced from the original negative in my collection.
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Mothic Flights And Flutterings
A Time Machine With Wistfully Wandering Wings, From The Victorian Era into The Early 1950s, with a special fondess for the 1920s and 1930s . I was born in Hollywood, grew up in the Hollywood Hills and am in love with all things to do with Classic Film (especially the Silents), and vintage animation by artists including Max Fleischer, Ubbe Iwerks and Walt Disney. I have a Tumblr dedicated to Harold Lloyd. F*** Yeah Harold Lloyd I live in a lovely historical neighborhood where many of the…
They Have a Story | Fond Farewell
"They Have a Story" is a monthly historical fiction link-up hosted by Emily Ann Putzke of Taking Dictation. Isn't the picture perfect for Valentine's Day? Anyway, my story is below - I'm not too familiar with using first person, so this was a good exercise :) We sat together on the bench, all three of us.…
Joan CRAWFORD and Douglas FAIRBANKS junior looking out of their...
Joan CRAWFORD and Douglas FAIRBANKS junior looking out of their carriage window, prior to departure from Victoria station in London to Paris on July the 28th 1932. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
Stanley Kubrick: Commuters in train station, Chicago, 1949
Men (and a woman), probably commuters, walking along a platform next to a train. Photograph from assignment: Chicago: city of contrasts, by Stanley Kubrick while he was a staff photographer for LOOK magazine, 27 January 1949. From the LOOK Magazine Photograph Collection at the U.S. Library of Congress. More pictures by Stanley Kubrick | More pictures from the LOOK collection [PD] This picture is in the public domain.