ambrotype. That tie...he would love the girl with the giant hair-bow futher down this board.
Een matroos met pijp en de scheepskat aan boord van het lichtschip Noord-Hinder, ergens op de Noordzee, 1912.
An entry from With Hands and Hair
ghost.. I have seen this photo before. It was found to be authentic.
Nog een martelgereedschap van ISIS genaamd 'de bijter.'
When I go to the Boston Marathon now, I have wet shoulders....women fall into my arms crying. They're weeping for joy, because running has changed their lives. They feel they can do anything. ~ Katherine Switzer
Why we call it "the living room": In years passed, it was the habit to hold a deceased person's viewing and wake at home in the front parlor. During that time it was referred to as "the death room". The Ladies Home Journal in 1910 declared the "Death Room" as no more and henceforth the parlor would be known as the "Living Room".
Unknown Civil War soldier
ca. 1864, [post mortem portrait of two children], Squyer Studio / via Looking at Death, Barbara Norfleet