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Man rests after a night of celebrating the end of the Prohibition era, 1933.

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This is why our definition of "beauty" now is so ridiculous ,Magazine from the 1950s

Magazine from the 1950s

Magazine from the Beauty the way it should be. -- funny how much society's perception of beauty has changed. We would never EVER see ads like this in magazines today.

Shine capitol of the south

Police testing moonshine after raid - Immokalee, Florida

Splendid photographs.

History Channel "Know Where You Stand" campaign by Seth Taras - Hindenburg at Lakehurst, New Jersey 1937 / D-Day at Normandy Beach 1944 / Berlin Wall at the Brandenburg Gate 1989 / Hitler at the Eiffel Tower, Paris 1940 / 2004 Amazing!


I love Chaos Theory! Or no one would suspect that I'd declare my love of Chaos Theory, but would you look at that! Now I'm talking to myself- that is Chaos Theory.

vintage everyday: event

Strict: A New Jersey prohibition director, right, gives a Newark garage owner an approved sign for selling alcohol that can be used in car radiators in 1927

February 5, 1865.  Abraham Lincoln, seated, holding spectacles and a pencil. This photo was taken just two months before President Lincoln was killed.    -photograph by Alexander Gardner

February "Abraham Lincoln, seated, holding spectacles and a pencil. photograph by Alexander Gardner. President Lincoln was just 56 years old when he was assassinated. Look what the Civil War did to him.

photos along the oregon trail - Google Search

On May the first major wagon train headed for the American Northwest sets out on the Oregon Trail with one thousand pioneers from Elm Grove, Missouri <> (western, wild wild west, migration, history)

Wagon train moving out of Atlanta, Georgia. 1864

It didn't take the 2014 Snow to create a traffic jam in Atlanta! Wagon train moving out of Atlanta, Georgia (circa Amazing how different it was.

Jacob Riss, Bandits Roost 1890ish.

Bandit’s Roost by Jacob Riis, from “How the Other Half Lives.” Bandit’s Roost, at Mulberry Street (Mulberry Bend), was the most crime-ridden, dangerous part of all New York City. I love the hats!

Old 1928 Prohibition Cold Whiskey Prescription / speakeasy

Old 1928 Prohibition Medical Moore Cold Whiskey Prescription Pharmacy Bar Doctor Hart Brewer Vintage Minnesota Speakeasy

Picture was taken in 1902, and it shows children enjoying a tea party.  I still have my little tea set.

This picture was taken in and it shows children enjoying a tea party.Little girls have always loved tea parties.

Inauguration of Jefferson Davis as President of the Confederate States of America, Montgomery, Alabama, 1861

Jefferson Davis: President of the Confederacy

cottoncatking: “facesofthevictorianera: “ Jefferson Davis’s inauguration as Confederate president at the Alabama state capitol, Feb. The New York Times ” Should have kept the Capital in Montgomery. ” I concur