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Antique RPPC: Picnic Under the Trees - Beautiful Edwardian Women

Picnic group (Phillips), Toronto, NSW, 18 September 1901

My Town, Old Photos, Picnics, Toronto, Newcastle, Postcards, September, Antique Photos, Picnic

Vintage nurse postcards! | Scrubs – The Leading Lifestyle Nursing Magazine Featuring Inspirational and Informational Nursing Articles

Vintage nurse postcards!

"Nurses Recommend Webster's Iron-Brew as a Valuable Tonic and Pick-Me-Up" ~ England ca.

Early 20th century picnic in Pickens, SC.  Dinner on the Ground (Rogers Collection / Pickens County Library System Historical Photo Collection)

Early century picnic in Pickens, SC. Dinner on the Ground (Rogers Collection / Pickens County Library System Historical Photo Collection) *Dinner on the ground* Now I grew up with having Dinner on the Ground at church. It was a big deal.

Coney Island, New York, circa 1905. "Picnicing on the beach -- a hasty lunch."

A Hasty Lunch: 1905 Coney Island, New York, circa “Picnicing on the beach – a hasty lunch.” x inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

Clara Immerwahr, 1870–1915, German chemist and pacifist. Her husband Fritz Haber developed the poisonous gas used during World War I. Clara Immerwahr shot herself in protest and resignation with her husband’s military pistol in the backyard of their house.

Clara Immerwahr, German chemist and pacifist. Her husband Fritz Haber developed the poisonous gas used during World War I. Clara Immerwahr shot herself in protest and resignation with her husband’s military pistol in the backyard of their house.

Image: (appalachianhistory.net) Working conditions for telephone operators were challenging and demanding, and their wages were very low. Operators had to keep an up-right posture for long periods of time, maneuver at an extremely fast pace throughout the day, and could not communicate with each other at all. On top of that, the average salary was about 7 dollars per week, including night shifts and holidays.

Photograph of a female telephone operator at switchboard by traveling photographer Albert J. Ewing, likely taken in southern Ohio or West Virginia, ca.

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