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A man takes a drink at a 'Colored' water cooler in streetcar terminal, Oklahoma City, Oklahom" ca. July 1939.

20 Historical Photographs Brought Back to Life with Colourisation

A young man drinking from a ‘colored’ water cooler in a bus station in Oklahoma City. Segregation of public facilities was not outlawed on a national level until the Civil Rights Act in 1964 — more than 25 years after this picture was taken.

HELEN ANN WINDMAN WALKER,  HENRY SEDAM WALKER   Twin brother and sister, offspring of colored  parents 10 years of age on the 2d of May, 1866 as exhibited at Burnell & Prescott's Museum  93 St. Charles street, [opposite the Academy of Music,] New Orleans, La.

Sideshow History, Sideshow Memories, Sideshow Stories, Sideshow Photographs, Sideshow Art at Sideshow World

A view looking west on Wall Street about 1890 from the corner of Wall and Broad. Trinity Church is at the end of the street. To the left is ...

Gilded New York - the style of the wealthiest 19th century New Yorkers

A view looking west on Wall Street about 1890 from the corner of Wall and Broad Street.Trinity Church is at the end of the street. To the left is the old Assay Office.

Kredelle Petway Born in Camden, Alabama in 1941, Kredelle Petway was a student at Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Florida when she was arrested for her participation in the Freedom Rides during the summer of 1961. Petway, along with her...

Kredelle Petway Born in Camden, Alabama in Kredelle Petway was a student at Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Florida when she was arrested for her participation in the Freedom Rides during the summer of Petway, along with her.

Homosexuality & Homoromanticism During the Victorian Era: 28 Interesting Vintage Portraits of Gay Couples from the 19th Century

vintage everyday: LGBT Couples – Adorable Vintage Photos of Gay Lovers in the Victorian Era

WWI French War Office Official Photograph, 19e Régiment d'Infanterie by hoosiermarine, via Flickr

WWI French War Office Official Photograph, Régiment d'Infanterie Stamp on reverse reads: French War Office Official Photograph Authorised For Publication Issued By Newspaper Illustrations Ltd Strand, W.

The world first learned about X-rays 120 years ago. Despite the danger, however, the judicious use of X-rays allowed great medical progress .

A store with live fish for sale, near Natchitoches, La., in July 1940. (Marion Post Wolcott/Library of Congress/Courtesy of Taschen)

Seldom-seen photos show what America looked like in the 1940s…in color

A store with live fish for sale, near Natchitoches, La., in July (Marion Post Wolcott/Library of Congress/Courtesy of Taschen)

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