Making dictaphone records of language and songs of the Cuna, in the Smithsonian Institution 1924

34 Utterly Unique Historical Photos That Shed Light on the Past #Part 3

Making dictaphone records of language and songs of the Cuna, in the Smithsonian Institution 1924
Messenger boy working for Mackay Telegraph Company Waco, Texas Said fifteen years old. Exposed to Red Light dangers.September 1913
Mira Zigrin and Georges Skrigin, Yugoslav partisans and members of the Theatre of National Liberation in a play, part of the 2nd Meeting of the Anti-Fascist Council for the National Liberation of Yugoslavia in Jajce, 1943
Olga Schubert a little 5-year-old after a day's work that began about 5 am helping her mother in the Biloxi Canning Factory, 1911
Opening of Tenders for the Sydney Harbour Bridge 1924
Ottoman Clerics and Soldiers In a Flag Blessing Ceremony, Western Anatolia, 1915
Parachute pioneer Franz Reichelt just before his fatal jump from the Eiffel tower 1912
People gather around the Mona Lisa on its return to Paris in January 1914, following it's recovery more than two years after it was stolen from the Louvre by Vincenzo Peruggia in 1911
Prime Minister Winston Churchill addresses British troops in old Roman amphitheater at Carthage, Tunisia, on 1 June 1943
Princess of the Khalkha Mongols, with head-dress known as a boqtaq, 1913.
Battleship guns under construction at the Washington Navy Yard, 1917
Riot at.. a new U.S. federal housing project, caused by white neighbors' attempt to prevent Negro tenants from moving in. Police arresting a Negro.(1942)
Salt Air [i.e. Saltair] Pavilion, Great Salt Lake, Utah, circa 1900, (Burnt down in 1925)
Second inauguration of President Theodore Roosevelt on March 4, 1905
Security trying to pull German Chancellor Helmut Kohl back after an egg was thrown at him, 10.05.1991
Shepherds in Gascony, France wearing traditional stilts called tchangues (“big legs”) that allowed them to walk on marshy ground, ca. 1895
Ship Simulator on the roof of the School of Navigation, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, 1913.
SM UC-5 German Type UC I minelayer submarine captured on 27 April 1916 and sent to NYC for a bond tour. She was split up into pieces and moved by horse to Central Park
Suffragette being force fed during a hunger strike in Holloway prison, c. 1911
Syrian women leave the polling station on December 1, 1961 during democratic parliamentary elections in Syria.
Telephone engineer attaching the main telephone cable to a new support wire, Mayfair, London, 1925
The forces of Mexican President Francisco Madero storm into a town in Mexico in 1911
The inauguration of President Theodore Roosevelt, 1905
The Microsoft staff in 1978
The mysterious submarine Fool Killer being raised from the Chicago River on December 20, 1915
The real Lawrence of Arabia (Thomas Edward Lawrence) - 1918
The Steam Man, considered to be the first American robot, March 24, 1868
The USS Scorpion, a 3,500-ton Skipjack class nuclear-powered attack submarine, launches Dec. 29, 1959, in Groton, Conn
The Wuppertal Suspension Railway, perched above the river Wupper in the German town of Wuppertal, photographed on January 8, 1913. (Library of Congress/Bain News Service)
Two United States soldiers run past the remains of two German soldiers toward a bunker. Photographed circa 1917-1918, published 1922
Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers, 1913
Venustiano Carranza with Piedra del Sol - the Aztec Calendar Stone (1917)
View of the DN-1 the Navy’s first airship, at Naval Aeronautic Station Pensacola on November 7, 1917.
Walter Yeo, one of the first to undergo an advanced plastic surgery and a skin transplant in 1917
Walter Yeo, one of the first to undergo an advanced plastic surgery and a skin transplant in 1917
Wounded Soldiers Performing Arms Drill at the End of Their Medical Treatment in the The Great Nave of the Grand Palais. 1916.

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