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Two little girls read a board advertising carrots instead of ice lollies due to wartime shortages of chocolate and ice cream, 1941.   Getty

Black and white - Two little girls read a board advertising carrots instead of ice lollies. Wartime shortages of chocolate and ice cream made such substitutions a necessity, April Photo: Fox Photos/Getty Images via

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Alcohol, cannabis, chloroform and morphine for your cough. - Kohler's One Night Cough Cure manufactured in 1888 by Kohler Medicine Company, Baltimore, Maryland. (*THAT should cure my cough)

Abraham Lincoln Ghostbuster - La boite verte

An extremely rare photograph of President Abraham Lincoln taken during his brief yet memorable stint as a paranormal investigator and eliminator circa 1864

Growing up in Dallas, my mother was invited to George "Spanky" McFarland's 7th birthday party in 1935.  All the kids from the neighborhood went - they each got to have an entire bottle of Coca-Cola (and they were the 6.5oz size, tiny).  That was the big deal - having the whole Coke, not Spanky's celebrity.  He was called Sonny by all the local kids.

George McFarland as Spanky with dog, Von, on the set of ‘General Spanky,’ part of the Our Gang series later to be known as The Little Rascals.

lmao....it might be the only way these women would get a kiss

Prohibition: Women like this would come together because they were against alcohol and drinking. They would make up mottos like "Lips that touch liquor shall not touch ours", stating that they will have no interest in anybody who drinks.

wedding dress,wedding dresses

✩⋆ Pink Color Splash ⋆✩ Pink and Grey ⋆✩ Wedding photography

Iconic photograph: "Wait For Me Daddy," by Claude P. Dettloff, October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother's hand to reach out for his father. (H/t Jodi P)  Via: vancouverhistory.ca

40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

WWII goodbyes “Wait For Me Daddy,” by Claude P. Dettloff, October A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father.

Catherine Leroy (1945-2006). Photographe de guerre dès l'âge de 21 ans, elle avait couvert,entre autres les guerres du Vietnam et du Liban dans les périodes les plus dures et y avait même été faite prisonnière. (Vietnam). En 1976, elle sera la 1ère femme  à recevoir le prix Robert Capa Gold Metal pour ses photos de combats de rue à Beyrouth lors de la guerre du Liban.

Catherine Leroy: One of the only female combat photographers in the Vietnam war was also the most daring.

Napoléon (1769 - 1821) - la 1ère photo date de 1826 !!! parJoseph Nicéphore Niépce - Cet enfant est déguisé !!!

First photo of Napoleon Bonaparte aged - Who writes these captions? There are no photographs of Napoleon Bonaparte because photography wasn't invented until after his death.

Pre-Roller Derby excitement!

I love the rollerskates. I love the chubby thighs. I love the smile. I LOVE this kid!

On 2 July 1942, most of the children of Lidice, a small village in what was then Czechoslovakia, were handed over to the d Gestapo office. Those 82 children were then transported to the extermination camp at Chemno 70 kilometers away. There they were gassed to death. This remarkable sculpture by by Marie Uchytilov commemorates them.

Remarkable sculpture by by Marie Uchytilová commemorating the 82 children from Lidice, Czechoslovakia who were handed over to the Łódź Gestapo office and gassed to death at the extermination camp in Chelmno 70 km away in the July of

Hellen Keller, with doll, and teacher Anne Sullivan. I have never seen this picture before! It looks like it was taken at Ivy Green, Helen Keller's home in Alabama.

Earliest Photo of Helen Keller and Teacher Together Uncovered

Researchers have uncovered a rare photograph of a young Helen Keller with her teacher Anne Sullivan, nearly 120 years after it was taken on Cape Cod in July 1888 in Brewster, Helen holding Sullivan’s hand and cradling one of her beloved dolls.