Shocking, surprising, interesting, rare! Cincinnati’s Price Hill Incline in the early 1900s 1913. Grinding metal at Crewe railway works, England 1919. Fish vendor in soviet Arkhangelsk 1930. Illegal distillery in Poland 1931. Archaeologists excavating the agora in Athens discovered a well hewn into the rock that contained the remains of 450 babies […]
Shocking, surprising, interesting, rare The Blizzard of 1910 was considered the worst snowsorm to hit New York since 1888. A trolley plowed through the snow and wind during the heavy snowfall on New York streets in Jan. 1910.
Shocking, surprising, interesting, rare. 1907. The fire that destroyed the famous victorian Cliff House hotel in San Francisco
1893. Man, probably Tempest Anderson’s (pioneer of vulcanology) team member standing in a spiracle on a lava plain in Iceland 1906. Italian village Boscotrecase destroyed by volcanic ash and lava during Vesuvius eruption 1924. Calvin Coolidge (right) 30th president of United States on his Vermont farm with his wife (left) and son John (middle) […]
What if London looking like other big cities style? Editors of Harmsworth’s Magazine imagined that in 1899. How’s London looking like Venice or an american big city. Respect for “photoshop-less” editor. Pictures by R. Thiele.
London photos by various authors, from 1968-70. Most likely one of the authors was Roger Wollstadt. [envira-gallery id=”13512221″]