User: NihilisticNoir (reddit)
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Homecoming, A British soldier with his 8 month old daughter as he arrives at the docks from overseas 1945
Female snipers of the 3rd Shock Army, 1st Belorussian Front, 775 confirmed kills, Germany, May 1945
all of them pick shrimp at the peerless oyster co. photo was taken while bosses were at dinner as they refused to permit the children to be in photos. out of 60 workers, 15 were apparently under 12 yrs old. bay st. louis, miss, march 1911.
Lockheed Martin employee Sally Wadsworth working on the fuselage of a P-38 Lightning in California in 1944
Katie Kuritzko, 7 years old oyster shucker. has mumps now. her 8 years old brother also shucks. Dunbar, Louisiana, March 1911 by Lewis Hines
Canadian troops with a Mark IV tank after the successful Battle of Amiens, August 1918.
Ferris, a 7 year old newsie who did not know enough to make change for investigator. Mobile, Alabama. 1914. by Lewis Hine
Drive-in car hops in shorts and cowboy boots at the Log Lodge Tavern near Love Field Airport in Dallas, Texas, 1940.⁣
Walter Smith, Charged with B&E, stealing property and clothing valued at 21 kgs. Sentenced to 6 months of hard labour. Australia, 1924
Daughter of farmers near La Forge project, Missouri, 1938 by Russell Lee
Carol L. Andrews, accused of shoplifting and arrested for prostitution, Minneapolis, Minn, 1967
Róża Maria Goździewska "The Little Nurse", 8 years old, was the youngest Polish nurse to serve in the field hospital of the Koszta Company during the Warsaw Uprising, 1944.
force working in west point cotton mills. west point, miss, may 1911. by lewis hines
Friend helps amputee friend injured in war in Naples, Italy, 1944. Photo by Henri Cartier Bresson
Tsar Nikolai II Alexandrovich Romanov, 1890
The Red Army in Reichstag, Berlin 1945
Workers in the tifton cotton mills. all these children were working. 125 workers in all, Tifton, Georgia, January 1909. by Lewis Hine
These all work in Hosiery Mills, Cleveland, Tennessee, 1910. by Lewis Hine
Natalya Fyodorovna Kravtsova Meklin, Flight Commander of the Night Witches and Hero of the Soviet Union, 1945
Three Children and Wagon, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1930's by Luke Swank
Rosie Dorothy Berdych, a 7 year old regular oyster shucker, works all day, Varn & Platt Canning Co. Bluffton, South Carolina 1913. by Lewis Hine
Gypsy children sitting on footplate of an ornate gypsy caravan, 1934
Field Marshal - Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Paulus, Commander of the 6th Army during the Battle of Stalingrad August 1942 to February 1943. Photo Taken 1931
William Cahill, Details Unknown, Central Police Station, Sydney, 30 July 1923
lyudmila mikhailovna pavlichenko "lady death" the deadliest female sniper in recorded history credited with 309 confirmed kills, 1942
Stella Young, a Doughnut girl for the Salvation Army during World War I, c. 1917-1918
Nancy Debenham giving a group of children a ride on her motorcycle, 1923
The Rising Generation, Gregtown, Augusta, 1909, where the hands in King Mill live. by Lewis Hine
Lockheed P-38 Lightning 43-2136 of the 27th FS “Black Falcons”, 1st FG 1940's
german soldiers stand beside the casket of capt. ernest a. lehmann, former commander of the zeppelin hindenburg, new york city, may 11 1937
Laurie Piper, Skateboarding in Hermosa Beach, CA. 1970's
An artillery unit poses on a massive railway gun in France. 1918.
Sisters Eva and Liane Münzer, victims of the Holocaust, 1942
Two women working as ice deliverers carry a large block of ice from the back of a wagon using ice tongs. Women had previously never worked in jobs such as these in the United States until World War One caused a shortage of men on the homefront. September 1918
Eberbach Elementary School Students Celebrate Halloween, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 31, 1939 Photo by Eck Stanger
Cowgirls riding hobby horses, 1950's
Young Soviet boys with captured German weapons following the Battle of Stalingrad. February 1943
Australia introduced supplemental mug shots between the 20s and 30s in which recently apprehended felons posed as they wanted. this is Sidney Patrick "Baccarat King" Kelly, Central Police Station, Sydney. 1924
Munition workers in a shell warehouse at National Shell Filling Factory No.6, Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, 1917
A. H. Russell of Nutley, New Jersey, drives his new invention, a car with wings and a propeller through Times Square, New York c.1924
Noon hour at Obear-Nestor Glass Co., East St. Louis, Mo, May 1910. by Lewis Hine
Irish Traveller’s Children in London Fields Station, 1987 by Colin O’brien
Munitions workers guide 6-inch howitzer shells being lowered to the floor at the National shell filling factory, Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, UK, July 1917
Family & their 1908 Maxwell-Briscoe Model H in Chicago, 1910's
These all work in Hosiery Mills, Cleveland, Tennessee, 1910. Photo by Lewis Hine
Crowd in Times Square celebrating the surrender of Germany, May 7th, 1945
Brothers Isaac Solovitch, 12 yrs old & David, 7 yrs old, sell after school until 9:30 or 10 p.m., each of them earn 15 cents a day, Lawrence, Mass, November 1910 by Lewis Hine
Model wearing stick-on glitter pins, LIFE Picture Collection, 1951 Photo by Nina Leen
Migratory children living in "Rambler's Park." They have lived on the road for three years. nine children in the family. Yakima Valley, Washington, 1939 by Dorothea Lange
Stunt Pilot, Member of Death Valley Fliers, California 1944, Photo by John Flores
A Ford Motor Car, California. 1916 Photo by Frederick Nelson Jones.
Sisters Eva and Liane Münzer, victims of the Holocaust, pose with their dolls in their home in The Hague, 1942
Joey Lyons and Nellie Slark, Spitalfields Nippers, London 1900s, by Horace Warner
Captain Cyril Bernard Coenen of the 370th FG, 402nd FS, with his P-38 nicknamed 'Peg O' My Heart II', named after his wife Peggy, July 1944
Lexington’s Children’s Theatre Group, Lexington, Kentucky 1944
Mary Dixon Palmer, daughter of the Attorney General, Washington, D.C., c.1920
Alice Adeline Cooke, Convicted of bigamy and theft. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay, NSW, 30 December 1922
Central Women’s School of Sniper Training, Veshnyaki, Moscow 1943
Marius Eriksen Jr., Norwegian Skier, Fighter Pilot, Model and Actor, 1942
Child Labor, all are workers in Knoxville Knitting Mills. Knoxville, Tennessee, 1910. by Lewis Hine
An unidentified member of the Omaha police force holds Herbert Cockran in a headlock during his mugshot in November 1899. Cockran was arrested on burglary charges.
A few of the young boys working on the night shift at the Alexandria glass factory. Alexandria, VA, June 1911 by Lewis Hine
Ted & David Kaczynski in 1952
Kids and their dog playing an easter game in Cardiff. The game involves trying to eat an easter egg off a piece of string without using their hands, 26th march 1937
Germans posing with a man in a polar bear costume, Germany 1920s
Sidney Patrick "Baccarat King" Kelly, was arrested many times and much written about in newspapers during the 1920s, 30s, charged with numerous offences including shooting, and assault, and in the 1940s was a pioneer of illegal baccarat gaming in Sydney. 1924
Three year-old Robert Quigley smoking a cigar, Washington DC, 30th August 1928
Children of homesteaders, the resettlement administrations shenandoah homesteads, Northern Virginia 1941. by Ben Shahn
Erich “Bubi” Hartmann the most successful fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare, He was credited with shooting down a total of 352 Allied aircraft. 1943
The Ball Team, composed mainly of glass workers. Indiana, August 1908. Photo by Lewis Hine
Natalja Fyodorovna Meklin, Flight Commander of the 588th Night Light Bomber Aviation Regiment, "Night Witches" and Hero of the Soviet Union, 1945
Two of the helpers in the Tifton Cotton Mill, Tifton, Georgia, January 1909. by Lewis Hine
Red Tails, The Tuskegee Airmen Pilot Class 43-C at Tuskegee AAF, Ala., 1943
Newberry Mills, Noon hour. All are working here, Newberry, South Carolina, December 1908. Photo by Lewis Hine
A little english girl comforts her doll in the rubble of her bomb damaged home in 1940 during the London Blitz
5 New Yorkers, Brooklyn, New York, September 11th 2001, Photo by Thomas Hoepker
Hampton Hirscham, Cornellius Joseph Keevil, William Thomas O'Brien & James O'Brien, were arrested over a robbery at the home of bookmaker Reginald Catton, they received sentences of 15 months each. CPS, Sydney, 20 July 1921
Children of migratory pea pickers in Brawley Camp. California, February 1939. by Dorothea Lange
George Cooper, a men with no arms, leader of boy bandits was arrested for stealing a car and other crimes, Lansing, Kansas, 1920s
Amish Children at the Millcreek School Class, Photograph in Stormstown, PA. 1927
Children of migratory pea pickers in Brawley Camp, California, February 1939
All these boys are cutters in the Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #7. Eastport, Maine. Ages range from 7 to 12. They live near the factory. 1911 by Lewis Hine
The Rileys Survived the sinking of the RMS Lusitania by a German U-boat, May 1915
2 Nazi soldiers pose with a man in a polar bear costume in Germany in 1940. The unofficial polar bear mascot was pictured with random people in Germany from around 1900-1960s
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