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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • AUSTRALIA: GREAT BARRIER CORAL REEF

Best Easter Wishes: 1908

Best Easter Wishes: 1908

"Best Easter Wishes." Chick pulling flowers in small wagon. Rotograph Company of New York, 1908. View full size.

 

Poor little chick

I remember when I was little they used to sell little chicks and bunnies at Easter time. You know what ended up happening to them! Glad they put a stop to that!!

Dig that crazy chick...

I wonder what that chicken went on to do with itself, where it lived, and when it died...

Kinda.

Still alive?

Just set in place with super-glue...

P.E.T.A.

Do You mean People for the Eating of Tasty Animals?

mMMMmm

That thing would be GREAT in a PITA!
-geekaustin

I like chicken. I like it

I like chicken. I like it alot.

How far they've fallen

And to think these things used to be dinosaurs...

morbid!

the only way to get a chick to stay that still for such a long exposure meant that it had to be dead and stuffed...

Child labor!

Child labor!

Someone please call P.E.T.A

Someone please call P.E.T.A (just kidding :)

 
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