Lower Manhattan, 1903, vintage nyc, (nypubliclibrary)
What we call "Veterans Day" today was originally "Armistice Day" marking the day WWI ended. In this photo Americans celebrate news of German surrender on Wall Street November 1918.
"Coal miner waiting for lift home." Capels, West Virginia, 1938. http://www.shorpy.com/node/21071 Marion Post Wolcott
New York circa 1903. "Flatiron Building, Broadway and Fifth Avenue." Another view of everyone's favorite proto-skyscraper, at anchor in Manhattan. Would LOVE to have seen NY at that time.
A Day At the Beach In Asbury Park
the Roofettes 1923. Remind me of the Radio City Rockettes!
New Orleans, c. 1900
Washington, D.C., circa 1905. "Women in Pope-Waverley electric runabout." Seems like the electric car is coming back, Should have saved a lot of gas and never stopped making them.
'Gran Vía esquina con Hortaleza', Madrid, 1956 / Photo by Manuel Urech
December 1913. Stevenson, Alabama. "One of the young workers of the Stevenson Cotton Mills. Apparently under twelve years."