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Follies Cooking: 1924

Follies Cooking: 1924

New York, December 1924. "Greenwich Village Follies Cooking Class." George Grantham Bain Collection. View full size.

 

Cooking for Boys

Cooking for Boys

Cooking Class for Men at the Pratt Institute with Miss Hanks and Miss Kierstead, circa 1917. View full size. George Grantham Bain Collection.

 

Wired: 1910

Wired: 1910

Electricity Class at St. George's Evening Trade School, New York, circa 1910. View full size. George Grantham Bain Collection.

 

Mustangs: 1945

Mustangs: 1945

P-51 Mustangs of the 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen). Ramitelli, Italy, March 1945. View full size. Photograph by Toni Frissell.

 

Ford's Theatre: 1860s

Ford's Theatre: 1860s

Old Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., where Abraham Lincoln was shot in 1865. View full size. Wet collodion glass plate. Photograph by Mathew Brady.

 

The Last Full Measure: 1863

The Last Full Measure: 1863

Federal soldiers killed July 1, 1863, near the McPherson woods. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. View full size. Wet collodion glass plate, half of stereograph pair. Photograph by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.

 

Circular Church, Charleston: 1865

Circular Church, Charleston: 1865

View of ruined buildings through porch of the Circular Church at 150 Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina. April 1865. View full size. Wet collodion glass plate, half of stereograph pair. Photographer unknown. While much of the damage shown here is from shelling by the Federal Navy, the Circular Church itself was heavily damaged by fire in 1861. Alternate view.

 

Tuskegee Airmen: 1945

Tuskegee Airmen: 1945

Tuskegee airmen exiting the parachute room at Ramitelli, Italy. March 1945. From left: Richard S. "Rip" Harder, Brooklyn, Class 44-B; unidentified airman; Thurston L. Gaines Jr., Freeport, N.Y., Class 44-G; Newman C. Golden, Cincinnati, Class 44-G; Wendell M. Lucas, Fairmont Heights, Maryland, Class 44-E. View full size. Photograph by Toni Frissell.

 

Park Row: 1912

Park Row: 1912

The Park Row Building circa 1912. View full size. For nine years this 1899 tower, at 391 feet, was the tallest in New York. Read more here and here.

 

The Three Amigos: 1908

The Three Amigos: 1908

November 29, 1908. Boys working in the Eureka Cotton Mills at Chester, South Carolina. Rob Dover (tallest boy) has been in mill eight or nine years. Melvin Reilly (middle) in mill one year. Boyd McKowan is about 15 years old. Been in mill five years. Witness Sara R. Hine. View full size. Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.

 

Mill Kids: 1908

Mill Kids: 1908

November 30, 1908. School in Lancaster, South Carolina, attended by children who work in the cotton mills. Enrollment 163. Attendance, usually about 100. These are all that attend out of the 1,000 employed at the mill. View full size. Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine. View even larger.

 

Group: 1893

Group: 1893

Visitors at Marshall Hall, 1893. View full size. Photo by William Cruikshank. Marshall Hall, an estate and ferry stop across the Potomac from Mount Vernon, was a popular picnic and concert destination for day-trippers from Washington.

 

The Barefoot Sweeper: 1916

The Barefoot Sweeper: 1916

15-year-old sweeper in the spinning and spooling room of Berkshire Cotton Mills. Adams, Massachusetts. July 10, 1916. View full size. Photo by Lewis Hine.

 

California Here I Come: 1943

California Here I Come: 1943

Santa Fe freight about to leave for the West Coast from the Corwith Yard at Chicago. View full size. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Jack Delano. This is the freight Jack accompanied from Chicago to California in March 1943, taking many pictures along the way for the Office of War Information.

 

Proviso Yard: 1942

Proviso Yard: 1942

Classification yard at the Chicago & North Western Proviso Yard. December 1942. View full size. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Jack Delano.

 
 
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