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Loofah sponge seller, 1938. Black Sea coast. Sukhumi. Abkhazia-Georgia, ex-USSR.

Loofah sponge seller, 1938. Black Sea coast. Sukhumi. Abkhazia-Georgia, ex-USSR.

UM Women's basketball team, ca. 1900.

UM Women's basketball team, ca. 1900.

Stalin, Kalinin, Voroshilov and Kaganovich at the Sixteenth Congress of the CPSU, 1930

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Stalin, Kalinin, Voroshilov and Kaganovich at the Sixteenth Congress of the CPSU, 1930

Girls Basketball Team - 1909  Milton High School, North Dakota  Women's basketball goes back almost to the beginning of basketball, when students at Smith College first played the game, under the leadership of Senda Berenson.  Girl's basketball team, Milton High School, Milton, North Dakota, 1909.  One man, likely the coach, amidst six young women. One woman is holding a basketball under her arm, with letters "M.H.S. '09." No identification of people. Taken in studio with backdrop.

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Girls Basketball Team - 1909 Milton High School, North Dakota Women's basketball goes back almost to the beginning of basketball, when students at Smith College first played the game, under the leadership of Senda Berenson. Girl's basketball team, Milton High School, Milton, North Dakota, 1909. One man, likely the coach, amidst six young women. One woman is holding a basketball under her arm, with letters "M.H.S. '09." No identification of people. Taken in studio with backdrop.

Saltillo High School 1948 Girls Basketball Team

Saltillo High School 1948 Girls Basketball Team

From "Les Costumes Populaires de la Turquie", by Pascal Sebah, on the occasion of the universal exposition in Viena in 1873. The album was entitled "Ouvrage publié sous le patronage de la Commission impériale ottomane pour l'Exposition universelle de Vienne" and was authored in French by Osman Hamdi Bey (1842-1910) and Victor Marie de Launay (b. 1922/3) to represent the costumes of the different regions and ethnic or religious groups of the Ottoman Empire.

From "Les Costumes Populaires de la Turquie", by Pascal Sebah, on the occasion of the universal exposition in Viena in 1873. The album was entitled "Ouvrage publié sous le patronage de la Commission impériale ottomane pour l'Exposition universelle de Vienne" and was authored in French by Osman Hamdi Bey (1842-1910) and Victor Marie de Launay (b. 1922/3) to represent the costumes of the different regions and ethnic or religious groups of the Ottoman Empire.

Three young Armenian girls, one holding a basket of roses. (From left to right: Rebecca H. Hazarian, Yevnige Hazarian, Araxi Hazarian; daughters of Hagop Hazarian). Constantinople, Ottoman Empire (now Istanbul, Turkey), ca. 1912.

Three young Armenian girls, one holding a basket of roses. (From left to right: Rebecca H. Hazarian, Yevnige Hazarian, Araxi Hazarian; daughters of Hagop Hazarian). Constantinople, Ottoman Empire (now Istanbul, Turkey), ca. 1912.

The Syracuse Orangemen 1904–1905 team photograph.

The Syracuse Orangemen 1904–1905 team photograph.

benaltrecose:  Girls of the National Clarion Swimming Club in year 1907.Picture comes from here, where there’s a good article too.

benaltrecose: Girls of the National Clarion Swimming Club in year 1907.Picture comes from here, where there’s a good article too.

Young Armenian women in national costumes A vintage Danish postcard

Young Armenian women in national costumes A vintage Danish postcard

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