Nice collection of classic photos

Wonderful Collection of Old Photos

This is an intriguing picture of Prospector and dog ready for the summer trail. It was taken in between circa. 1900 and circa. 1930.

Horse team on the Overland Trail

This picture was created in between circa. 1900 and 1927.

Two Girls Waffle House

This picture was made in between circa. 1900 and 1916.

Yukon Gold Company Dawson, 1914

23 men posed outside Yukon Gold Co. Dawson, 1914.

Kodiak, Alaska

Made in between circa. 1900 and 1923.
Nome, Alaska

July 4th parade on Front Street

July 4th,1916 parade on Front Street in Nome, Alaska.

Poncho Villa on Horseback

Soroteo Arango Arula (5 June 1878 – 20 July 1923), better known by his pseudonym Francisco Villa or his pet name (hypocorism) Pancho Villa, was one of the most prominent Mexican Revolutionary generals.
New York City

Firemen posed on fire engine, New York City between circa. 1908 and 1916.

Titanic Survivors

Here`s a stunning image of Titanic survivors on way to rescue ship Carpathia. It was taken in 1912.

Shoe Shine

Teddy Roosevelt Speaking

Teddy Roosevelt giving a fiery speech.

John Davison Rockefeller

John Davison Rockefeller (May 23, 1937)
American oil magnate who revolutionized thepetroleum industry and defined the structure of modern philanthropy.

Rural Mail Delivery

Rare image of Rural Mail Delivery, taken in 1914 by Harris & Ewing.

Filling Car With Gas

It was taken between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing.

General Store

An original image of Old General Store taken 1917 or 1918 by Harris & Ewing.

Slave Reunion

Important picture of Slaves Reunion.
LewisMartin, Age 100; Martha Elizabeth Banks, Age 104; Amy Ware, Age 103; Reverend S.P. Drew, Born Free taken in 1917 by Harris & Ewing.

Taken in 1891 by Grabill, Jo hn C. H., photographer.

Traditional dress and gear of an authentic old west cowboy taken in 1888 by Grabill, Jo hn C. H., photographer.

Created in 1889 by Grabill, Jo hn C. H., photographer.

Council of Indian Chiefs

Council of Indian Chiefs who Negotiated with General Miles.

Bird’s-Eye View of Deadwood

Section of small city showing residential and commercial buildings; trees and mountains in background taken in 1887
by Grabill, John C. H., photographer.
Wright Brothers Glider in Flight

Extraordinary photo of Wright Brothers Glider in Flight in 1911.

Pouring whiskey into a Sewer During Prohibition

Made in between 1909 and 1932, during the Prohibition.
Moonshine Still

Photograph illustrates Lt. O.T. Davis, Sergt. J.D. McQuade, George Fowler of Internal

Revenue Service and H.G. Bauer with the largest still ever taken in the national capitol in 1922.

Extraordinary photo of aerial view of interior of People’s Drug Store, 7th and E Streets, Washington , D.C., with soda fountain in 1909.

Newspaper Boy

Boy selling The Washington Daily News – sign on his hat reads, “Have you read The News? One cent” – headline reads “Millionaire tax rends G.O.P” in 1921.U.S.

Navy Pilots

Navy pilots who went to England for the Schneider Cup races in 1923

Man Drinking Beer during Prohibition

Made in between 1920 and 1932.

Cadillac Dealership

Made in 1927. Ford’s Theater

Location showing what the area looked like in 1865 at time of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination.

U.S. Treasury

Treasury. Washington, D.C., showing old Riggs
Hotel, 15th & G.N.W. between 1860 and 1865.
Abraham Lincoln on the Antietam Battlefield

October 3, 1862, Lincoln standing on the Battlefield of Antietam.
The following day, October 4, 1862 his Emancipation Proclamation appeared for the first time on the pages of Harper’s Weekly, the most widely distributed newspaper of the day.

Taxicab strike in New York

Taxicab strike New York in 1928.

Cincinnati Street

This photo was made in 1913.

Jack Barrett with Barnum Circus

Jack W.C. Barnett (right), performer with the Barnum and Bailey circus taken between circa. 1910 and circa. 1915.

Santa Claus and Children

Santa Claus and Children on the streets of New York City circa 1900.

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