User: chubachus (reddit)
Number of photos: 46
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Two photos of Union soldier Royal Ordway taken 44 years apart in 1862 and 1906. He served with Company B of the 13th Vermont Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the American Civil War. More "then and now" portraits of his comrades in the comments.
Ancient Roman surgical instruments found buried in a physician's home in Pompeii, Italy, 1897.
Photo of Union soldier Francis Quinn while he was serving with the 40th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the Civil War paired with another one of him taken 45 years later in 1906.
An elderly man sits on the pile of rubble which was once his home, following a V1 Flying Bomb strike in Upper Norwood, London, July 1944. He had been out for a walk as his wife prepared the Sunday lunch, and returned to find that his house had been destroyed and his wife killed.
Sailor posing with a fish stunned by the explosion of depth charge in Harwich, Essex on 15th April 1918.
Declassified photo of a group of smiling German crewmen of the U-boat U-66 after their capture by the US Navy in May 1944.
Dutch resistance members celebrate at the moment they heard of Adolf Hitler's death over the radio, May 1945.
Interior of a prisoners' house in a gulag somewhere in the Soviet Union, c. 1936-1937.
Original color photo of a group of skiers sunbathing on a mountain in Norway, 1937.
"A British sniper demonstrates his camouflage at a sniper school in a French village, 27 July 1944. He is wearing a German camouflage smock."
Portrait of Willie R. Fisher, a 150 pound 6-year-old boy who was exhibited at the Cheshire County Fair in New Hampshire in 1874 because of his extreme weight.
Al Capone attending the Notre Dame vs Northwestern football game in Evanston, Illinois, October 10, 1931.
Excavated burial ground showing the skeletons of Christianized Native Americans from the 1500's/1600's in St. Augustine, Florida. Photographed inside protective structure in 1936/1937.
Mugshot of an unidentified boy incarcerated at Mountjoy Prison in Dublin, Ireland, 1857. More 1857 mugshots from the prison in comments.
Builders are given cocoa as they make repairs to a house in London damaged by a V1 Flying Bomb in 1944.
Mugshot of bootlegger John Haskins who was arrested for having two stills and a great amount of moonshine in Portland, Oregon, 1923.
The German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee in flames after being scuttled off Montevideo, Uruguay, after the Battle of the River Plate, 17 December 1939.
Mugshot of German U-boat U-118 crewman Hans Siebert after his capture by the US Navy after the U-118 was sunk by American aircraft on June 12, 1943. More mugshots of his captured crewmates in the comments.
Sequence of four photos taken in quick succession of Union Army covered wagons picking up and carrying off supplies as well as ambulances, horses, and docked transport vessels at Belle Plain in Virginia during the American Civil War, c. 1864. Link to animated version in comments.
Two women wearing rubber beauty masks, worn to remove wrinkles and blemishes, c. 1921.
Howdy Doodies, Chicago, 1960. Photo by Steve Schapiro.
Mugshot of Denis F. Burke taken in 1866 while he was imprisoned in Dublin for being a member of the Fenian Brotherhood. He previously served with the 88th New York Infantry (Irish Brigade) during the American Civil War.
Four photos taken in quick succession of men wearing civilian clothing posing in a tent as a wind blows through in a Union camp during the American Civil War, c. 1864. My animation of the scene is in the comments.
French tightrope walker Charles Blondin carrying his manager, Harry Colcord, on his back across the Niagara River on a tightrope on August 19, 1859.
Rarely published front line combat photos of the Battle of Verdun in the photo album of French soldier Jean Barbier, September-October 1916.
German sailors posing on the Gorch Fock, a German sailing ship used for training, 1936.
Two photos of Union soldier Peter Biegel taken 43 years apart in 1862 and 1905. He served with Company C of the 165th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the American Civil War. More "then and now" portraits of his comrades in the comments.
Mugshot of a man named Gordon Lightfoot, c. 1910's.
New Orleans police officers try to keep their heads down as they move in on a Black Panther headquarters during an exchange of gunfire in New Orleans on September 15, 1970. The shootout occurred as police moved in to make arrests on Tuesday morning following a series of incidents.
World famous opera singer Adelina Patti hiding her face from paparazzi's camera at Stockholm Central Station in Stockholm, Sweden, September 22, 1900.
Al Sharpton leading the first of dozens of protest marches after 40 white teenagers murdered Yusuf Hawkins, a 16 year old black youth in the (then) white neighborhood of Bensonhurst in Brooklyn, New York City, 1989.
Mugshot of an African American man named William Smith arrested for felony entering a room of a house in Sacramento, California, on June 2, 1869.
Kaiser Wilhelm II points out an event of interest to the British Junior Minister at the Colonial Office, Winston Churchill, during the summer manoeuvres of the Imperial German Army in 1906.
A woman touching an antique Asian papier-mâché human acupuncture model, c. 1950's/1960's.
The Queen and Princess Elizabeth talk to a camouflaged sniper during a tour of Airborne forces, 19 May 1944.
Rioters stoning a trolley car in Philadelphia, February 21, 1910.
A letter photographed by Mathew Brady during the American Civil War in the 1860s. Need help transcribing.
The ruins of the Great Synagogue in Dukes Place, London, which was destroyed by an air raid on the evening of Saturday 10 May 1941.
Photo of the HMS Ithuriel (left) coming in to ram the Italian submarine Cobalto, August 12, 1942. The submarine would later sink and most of its crew were captured.
“Nursing sister of Queen Alexandra’’s Imperial Military Nursing Service outside a field hospital in France.“ Original color photo by E.G. Malindine, c. 1944.
Portrait of man named John Bour with a cat in one hand a bottle of Raleigh Rye whiskey in the other, c. 1907.
An ancient Native American mummy discovered in Utah before and after being "restored" with caustic potash in the early 1900s.
Interior of the fuselage of Handley Page Halifax B Mark II, JP321 'V', of No. 614 Squadron RAF, showing some of the many holes caused by splinters from an anti-aircraft rocket which hit the aircraft during an early pathfinding operation over central Europe. c. 1944-1945.
Children watching a public health film projected on the health propaganda Cinemotor truck in the Bermondsey section of London, England, 1938.
Original color photo of two US Navy WAVES washing down a North American SNJ Texan training plane at Naval Air Station Jacksonville in Florida, circa 1943-1945.
Kevin Spacey in the film Heartburn, 1986.
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