Le bureau des admissions à l’asile Ledru-Rollin pour “filles-mères”. Paris, vers 1900.
© Léon et Lévy / Roger-Viollet
A woman sleeping in a bus station in Chicago, Illinois, 1943
I really love this picture. A lot of details. Men in uniforms, women with nice hats.
Easter at White House, Washington, D.C., 4/5/26
New York City in 1930 Central Park
Knoxville, Tennessee, circa 1905. “Gay Street looking north from Clinch Avenue.” Featuring the Mayor of Gay Street, and sponsored by Mexican Mustang Liniment. Detroit Publishing Company.
An archive photo of the drive-in at Camden, New Jersey, which opened in 1933
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October 5, 1923. Washington, D.C. “Galen Gough.” The war hero and former invalid Galen Gough, known as the “Miracle Strong Man” after recovering from having his head caved in by bomb shrapnel in France. National Photo Company Collection.
Two old buses in New York City from 1913