This is an illustration inspired by the character mitology HervÖr she is an warrior skjaldmo. Vikings!! You read my little tale of this fantastic valkirye in spanish: HervÖr hija de Angantyr, ...

Gen Alfred Pleasonton - I had the best horse. I bought him, a chestnut stallion, from Prince de Joinille. He was the finest horse in the Army of the Potomac. The Prince paid $3,000 for him, & I bought him when the Prince was going away for $600. He was as gentle as a lamb, with the courage of the devil and the speed of the wind. He would jump fences & ditches or anything before him. I left him in charge of a bugler one day, & that was the last I ever saw of either the bugler or the horse."

A mossy reflecting pool on an abandoned estate in Florida More


Stephen Standing Bear (Oglala) by Joseph A. Zimmerman, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, 1930



Civil War Ambrotype: Identified Florida Confederate Infantryman


Phone Booth.... used to be 10 cents, then it was 25 cents to call. I can't find any phone booths or outside phones anymore.

victorian woman standing at the windowBY: Lee Avison

The original Pistol Pete photographed by Darrel Keahey in Enid, Oklahoma

Fine Art America

How to Identify Silver War Nickels The mint mark must be above the Monticello.


Vintage Lakeside's Perfection Board Game 1975


1981 Metal Strawberry Shortcake (and friends) Lunchbox & Thermos

Moses Williams, who started his military career as an illiterate soldier and later became commander of Fort Stevens near what is now Astoria, Ore. Williams died in 1899 and is buried in Vancouver. Flipper said the former Buffalo Soldier was one of the most decorated soldiers in the history of the U.S. government.

Bride Kariba, Komole by Deola Sagoe with matching Laser Cut Gele, Photo by Jide Odukoya Photography