Things that just arent right.

Collection by Dave Glenn

Dave Glenn
Ridiculously young coal miner, USA, early Sad picture of child labor! Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Illustration, Coal Mining, Interesting History, World History, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Children

Miner Boy

This image is public domain This is a film scan from a copy negative that is part of my historical archive of Utah and Colorado mining images. The boy worked the mines. Children were cheap labor in the mines. He never worked that pick drill and the pipe wasn't likely his either but the rest of his stuff was real. He spent ten hours a day in that get up with only the light from that tallow wick lamp. He cleaned and played the part of a canary (kids were easier to replace than good miners). He…

This indigenous Mexican woman was stuffed & put on display after her death in Born with hypertrichosis, her features were characteristic of a gorilla; especially large nose & ears, face covered with hair, & a double set of teeth. True Crime, Human Oddities, Bizarre, Medical History, Interesting History, Julia, Macabre, Old Photos, Just In Case

10 Human Freaks of Nature - Listverse

Kermit the Frog sang that “It ain’t easy being green.” How about, “It ain’t easy being a conjoined-twin forced into a humiliating form of circus-slavery,” or “It ain’t easy having no limbs.” Being green is the least of these people’s worries. (In fact it might be nice to be culturally-beloved for a change.) At the turn of the last century, entertainment was a different species than it is today, having not T.V. or radio or action movies; you had to witness a living miracle in order to be…

World War I “Sound Finders” used to detect which direction enemy planes were approaching from. 1914 - 40 Unusual Vintage Photos That Show Just How Weird We Have Always Been Black White Photos, Black And White, Rare Historical Photos, Weird Vintage, Funny Vintage Photos, Vintage Ads, Quelques Photos, World War One, Weird And Wonderful


No correspondence. A junior officer and NCO from an unidentified Feldartillerie regiment modelling what appears some kind of portable sound locating apparatus. One can't help but automatically jump to the conclusion that these fellows must belong to an anti-aircraft battery, which would explain the sound-detection gear, but the AA role was performed by the Air Service, not the artillery. Another mystery for the files.

An poster sized print, approx (other products available) - AMERICAN PATENT MEDICINE. <br>Poster, for Pratts Healing Ointment. - Image supplied by Granger Art on Demand - Poster printed in the USA Old Advertisements, Retro Advertising, Retro Ads, Vintage Labels, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Weird Vintage, Vintage Horse, Vintage Stuff

Ad for Patent Medicine (FDA 161)

The proprietor of Pratt’s ointment, like many patent medicine makers, went to extraordinary “lengths” to increase his sales. Memorable graphics were also important and this product did not “horse around” in portraying the product’s virtues for man and his mount. For more information about FDA history visit

Women with handgun and jar of moonshine at Frozen, Calhoun County (WV) early Dicy Cottrell Dixon (married Howard Dixon) on left, woman on right unidentified (Troy Cottrell Collection) Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Appalachian People, Appalachian Mountains, Folk, Le Far West, Portraits, Interesting History

DEMON MOONSHINE IN SUNNY CAL - 'A Fellow Full Of Rye,' Prohibition Made Criminals. A Divisive Issue

Mystery Spot, Santa Cruz, California - this photo is exactly how it still is. ~ I went here as a child on a family vacation and remember how strange it looked and felt. Very weird! Paranormal, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Postcards, Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Date Photo, Photo Halloween, Weird Vintage


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