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For Them, Bombs: 1943

For Them, Bombs: 1943

        Pretty much a taboo sentiment these days in mass-transit hubs. Sequel to the poster seen here.

January 1943. "Chicago, Illinois. Union Station train concourse." Medium-format negative by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information. View full size.

 

Ahoy, Matey: 1957

Ahoy, Matey: 1957

March 1957. "Women on board destroyer U.S.S. Maddox posing with sailors, modeling clothing with a nautical influence." Color transparency from photos by Christa for the Look magazine assignment "The Middy Look -- Summer Clothes Go Nautical." View full size.

 

California Street: 1906

California Street: 1906

"Clearing away the debris, California Street, San Francisco." Aftermath of the earthquake and fire of April 18, 1906. 8x10 glass negative. View full size.

 

The Pentagon: 1940s

The Pentagon: 1940s

1940s. "Arlington County, Virginia. War Department. Pentagon, aerial view." Safety negative by Theodor Horydczak. View full size.

 

The Hump Office: 1942

The Hump Office: 1942

December 1942. "Switch lists coming in by teletype to the hump office at a Chicago & North Western railroad yard, Chicago." 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information. View full size.

 

Up in Nebraska: 1934

Up in Nebraska: 1934

June 1934. "Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln. General view from southeast. Mayers, Murray & Phillip, successor architects to Bertram Goodhue." We had a bowling trophy that looked a lot like this. Gottscho-Schleisner photo. View full size.

 

Federal Clothing: 1925

Federal Clothing: 1925

Washington, D.C., circa 1925. "Federal Clothing Store, 621 Seventh Street N.W." National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

 

Commonwealth Avenue: 1904

Commonwealth Avenue: 1904

Circa 1904. "Commonwealth Avenue, Boston." An ultra-detailed view of bustling Beantown. 8x10 glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

A Lot of Cars: 1950s

A Lot of Cars: 1950s

This photo is from my father's trip to Northern California in approximately 1950. I am hoping that someone who knows cars can come up a more precise date for the picture by noting the date of manufacture of the newest car shown here. I am almost sure that this parking lot was in downtown Sacramento, but it could have been in San Francisco. View full size.

The Ice Wagon: 1923

The Ice Wagon: 1923

New Orleans circa 1923. "Upper stories of buildings with wrought iron balconies." 4x5 nitrate negative by Arnold Genthe. View full size.

 

Data Entry: 1942

Data Entry: 1942

June 1942. Washington, D.C. "U.S. Office of Defense Transportation system of port control and its traffic channel control." More antique IBM punch-card equipment. Photo by Albert Freeman for the Office of War Information. View full size.

 

Bar Mizpah: 1937

Bar Mizpah: 1937

August 1937. "Former bank, now a saloon. Mizpah, Minnesota." Medium format negative by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

 

Swan Lake: 1924

Swan Lake: 1924

Washington, D.C., 1924. "National American Ballet." You can't get much avant-garder than this. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. View full size.

 

Lily Living: 1910

Lily Living: 1910

New Zealand circa 1910. "Young men in formal wear at table ready to have a meal, next to tent 'Lily' at camp site, probably in Sumner, Christchurch." Note the abbreviated neckwear. Glass negative by Adam Maclay. View full size.

 

Hanan Shoes: 1905

Hanan Shoes: 1905

Circa 1905. "Wood Street, Pittsburg, Pa." Home to Hanan Shoes. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 
 
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