Shorpy Historical Photo Archive: "Treadle Power." Mary Dixon Palmer in Washington. Daughter of the attorney general. (Colorized Photo) 1920.
Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Camp Winfield Scott (Colorized)1862 @Yorktown. Note the cap indicates a 4th Regiment Artillery officer being visited by a civilian. They are dining on hardtack and coffee. The Officer is holding a hardtack biscuit.
June 6, 1944. New York, New York. Times Square and vicinity on D-Day. Photo by Howard Hollem et al. for the Office of War Information.
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New Orleans circa 1903. "Old French courtyard." Shabby chic alfresco. Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: The Quarter: 1903
Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: August 1963. "New York. Sidewalk sign outside the March on Washington headquarters building, 170 W. 130th Street." Photo by Werner Wolff for U.S. News & World Report.1963
Cincinnati circa 1850s. "Unidentified woman, half length portrait, seated with arm on table." Sixth-plate daguerreotype by James Presley Ball