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Deze vrouw is geboren in 1746 en gefotografeerd in 1840, toen de fotografie nog maar net was uitgevonden. Het is wellicht de vroegst geboren persoon ooit gefotografeerd.

47 fotografías que narran raros momentos de la historia que probablemente no conocías

History In Pictures ‏ 20 Απρ Hannah Stilley, born photographed in Thought to be the earliest born individual captured on film.

Incredible photograph of a German soldier going against direct orders to help a young boy cross the newly formed Berlin Wall after being separated from his family, 1961.

An East German soldier helping a boy cross the newly formed ‘Berlin Wall,’ The boy was found on the opposite side of the wall from his family. Despite given orders by the East German government to let no one pass, the soldier helped the boy through

Olive Oatman, kidnapped by the Apache Indians, sold to the Mojave Indians

Olive Oatman was the first white tattooed woman in the history of the United States. ~ Olive Oatman was 13 when she travelled from Illinois to California with her Mormon family.

Prohibited Alcohol Flood, Detroit 1929

Alcohol, discovered by Prohibition agents during a raid on an illegal distillery, is poured out of the upper windows of a three-story storefront in Detroit during Prohibition, 1929 (Retronaut)

Werfel, una niña huérfana de 6 años de Austria sólo se ha dado su primer par de zapatos nuevos por la Cruz Roja Americana, 1946.

Austrian boy receiving new shoes after WWII. "New Shoes" by Gerald Waller, Austria Six year-old Werfel, living in an orphanage in Austria, hugs a new pair of shoes given to him by the American Red Cross. This photo was published by Life magazine.

Cerrahi Arşivi

Vintage medical photo with Vincenz Czerny and Dr. Levi Cooper Lane in surgical amphitheater at Cooper Medical College by Stanford Medical History Center.

fisgonaloves: “ 1800s, snow lady. ”

peach-blossom-spring: “ carolathhabsburg: This is super awesome! Two ladies making an elegant “snow Lady”! 1891 “The accompanying picture shows what can be done with snow, by those who care to exercise their powers of modelling, and produce.

A group of children at Christmas Dinner in 1936. The children are eating cabbage and turnips. This photograph truly makes me realize how fortunate I am, and how lucky we are today to have plenty to eat, and a warm and safe place to live.

Eyes of the Great Depression Christmas dinner in home of Earl Pauley. Near Smithfield, Iowa. Dinner consisted of potatoes, cabbage and pie. Photograph by Farm Security Administration photographer Russell Lee in December

A young German soldier in pain being treated by American GI.

A young German soldier in WWII being treated by an American GI medic. Hitler sent boys to fight his dirty war; US sent men to tend to their wounds.

The Orphan Trains: End of the Line

Young oyster shuckers, Port Royal, S. - Child workers before Child Labor Laws. Thank God for child labor laws!

Protestant husband and Catholic wife. Wanted to be united in death. Done.

Graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, who were not allowed to be buried together. Roermond, NL, 1888 Kind of pathetic and sweet. They should have purchased grave lots at a municipal cemetery.

Qualcuno tornerà per amarti tutti i giorni. Piero Ciampi

This is how I picture Robbie and Cecilia when Robbie returns because she promised she would wait for him to return so they could live happily together.

Los niños no conocen el odio: lo aprenden de sus padres. Un encuentro que tuvo lugar en 1992 entre un niño vestido de Ku Klux Klan y un funcionario negro del Estado Trooper (policía estatal)

Las 35 sorprendentes fotos que probablemente no hayas podido ver nunca antes

A small white boy touches the riot shield of a black state trooper at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Atlanta, Georgia, 1992 Hard to believe this was taken Raising children in hate.

"Children in an iron lung before the advent of the polio vaccination, 1937."  THIS is the WHY of vaccination!!!

Creepy Pictures of past Medical solutions. Children in an iron lung before the advent of the polio vaccination. Many children lived for months in these machines, though not all survived.