Naai-ateliers. Confectie-industie. Interieur van de Confectiefabrieken N.V. Holland aan de Kl. Veenkade te Den Haag ('s-Gravenhagen), Nederland, 1918. De grote stikzaal op de eerste verdieping. Vrouwen aan het werk op Singer trapnaaimachines op houten kistjes (krukjes).

Naai-ateliers. Confectie-industie. Interieur van de Confectiefabrieken N.V. Holland aan de Kl. Veenkade te Den Haag ('s-Gravenhagen), Nederland, 1918. De grote stikzaal op de eerste verdieping. Vrouwen aan het werk op Singer trapnaaimachines op houten kistjes (krukjes).

Naai-ateliers. Confectie-industrie. Vrouwen achter Singer trapnaaimachines in atelier in de lingerie- en blousenfabriek firma J.H.M van Ogtrop, Den Haag ('s-Gravenhage), 1913

Naai-ateliers. Confectie-industrie. Vrouwen achter Singer trapnaaimachines in atelier in de lingerie- en blousenfabriek firma J.H.M van Ogtrop, Den Haag ('s-Gravenhage), 1913

Disabled girls working at the 'Watercress and Flower Girls' Christian Mission', London, 1926-1927.

Disabled girls working at the 'Watercress and Flower Girls' Christian Mission', London, 1926-1927.

Economy Class seating on a Pan Am 747 in the late 1960s

Economy Class seating on a Pan Am 747 in the late 1960s

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Airplane Travel In The 1970s Looks Like It Was Pretty Darn Awesome

"He was arrested for ‘nibbling all the pears from a basket’."  1893 French Mug shot of François Bertillon Age: 23 months Crime: Gluttony

"He was arrested for ‘nibbling all the pears from a basket’." 1893 French Mug shot of François Bertillon Age: 23 months Crime: Gluttony

DIARY OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER!: From Director to Facilitator:Losing Control of the Classroom!

DIARY OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER!: From Director to Facilitator:Losing Control of the Classroom!

Earliest known photo of Abraham Lincoln. c. 1840

Earliest known photo of Abraham Lincoln. c. 1840

The only preserved photograph of Lincoln in death. Taken  24 April 1865, by Jeremiah Gurney, Jr., City Hall, Manhattan, NY. Ver: http://www.abrahamlincolnonline.org/lincoln/news/rietveld.htm

The only preserved photograph of Lincoln in death. Taken 24 April 1865, by Jeremiah Gurney, Jr., City Hall, Manhattan, NY. Ver: http://www.abrahamlincolnonline.org/lincoln/news/rietveld.htm

Herculaneum AD 79. A large number of people were sheltering in this seaside  boathouse. The ancient Roman town was destroyed by the same Mt. Vesuvius eruption that took out Pompeii.

Herculaneum AD 79. A large number of people were sheltering in this seaside boathouse. The ancient Roman town was destroyed by the same Mt. Vesuvius eruption that took out Pompeii.

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