Superman Dennis the Robot

and inventor Charles Lawson, 1939

noonesnemesis:

Uruguay

photo by Jeanne Mandello

1942

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thesingingcanary:

Serial postman (2014)

Sorry, had to do this when i saw the picture ;)

www.dojo.electrickettle.fr

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twostriptechnicolor:

Even more swing dancing at the 1939 New York World’s Fair.

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saisonciel:

Desha Delteil, 1910s

(Source: ebay.com)

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billdomonkos:

(GIF: Bill Domonkos, 2014)

billdomonkos:

(GIF: Bill Domonkos, 2014)

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theshinyboogie:

Matt Weber: Coney Island 2010  (via)

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nitratediva:

Mae Murray in an early 1922 Kodachrome color test.

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eastmanhouse:

Edgar Allan Poe
Gabriel Harrison, American, 1818 - 1902
Marcus Aurelius Root, American, 1808 - 1888
Edgar Allan Poe, American, 1809 - 1849
ca. 1847
daguerreotype
quarter plate, (9.0 x 7.0 cm. (oval)
National Origin: United States
This is thought to be a daguerreotype copy by Marcus Aurelius Root of an earlier daguerreotype portrait made by Gabriel Harrison.
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bizarrelosangeles:

In 1962, the U.S. Army briefly had the idea that they should use a cheesecake spokesmodel to recruit young men into service. That same year, future cult film & TV actress Francine York became Miss All-American Girl U.S. Army Recruiter. Her mission: to provide autographed pin-up photos to a “Valley group of Army inductees called the Buddy Group,” be their pen pal, give them a Hollywood studio tour and to visit them at Ft. Ord while they were in training. The Buddy Group in the picture is identified (left to right) by the Los Angeles Public Library as Jerry Williams, Reseda;Jim Szeredy, Pacoima; Sgt. Leslie F. Zickefoose Jr., North Hollywood recruiter; John Kruse, North Hollywood, and Richard Eckols, San Fernando. (LAPL)

As for Francine York’s Hollywood career—well, if you watched TV in the 1960s, you definitely saw her. She was in Batman; Lost in Space; Burke’s Law; General Hospital; Wild, Wild West; Bewitched, etc.

To see what she looks like now, click here: http://www.francineyork.com/

(Reblogged from bizarrelosangeles)

Woman in Colorful Costume
lumiere bros. c.1912 

Woman in Colorful Costume

lumiere bros. c.1912 

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New York at Night (Times Square)

feininger 1940

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Vintage Soda Caps

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poboh:

Kater Nero im Schnee (Cat Nero in the snow), Hannes Kilian. Germany (1909 - 1999)

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blastedheath:

Gerald Geerlings (American, 1897-1998), Civic Insomnia (New York), 1932. Aquatint.

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