Sepia Saturday 175: Andy Warhol looks a scream, Hang him on my wall
Several regular visitors from Sepia Saturday have in the past commented on the length of some of my articles and asked how long it takes me to compile them. The short answer is How long's a piece of string? because some (e.g SS173) are off the cuff, while others are years in the making, gestating slowly either in my mind or as an accumulating collection of notes on the computer's hard disk. This week's contribution is one of the latter, a culmination of some four years of research, the…
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Why Do People Do the Things They Do? - Author Joanne Reed
Why do people do the things they do? What role do emotions and logic play, what motivates us and how can we make better decisions?
Arbeider in asbestkleding / Worker wearing protecting clothes (asbestos)
Spaarnestad Photo, SFA001015517 Arbeider in asbestkleding. Plaats en datum onbekend. Collectie SPAARNESTAD PHOTO Worker wearing protecting clothes (asbestos). Location and date unknown. Voor meer informatie en voor meer foto’s uit de collectie van Spaarnestad Photo, bezoek onze Beeldbank: www.spaarnestadphoto.nl/ U kunt ons helpen onze kennis van de fotocollecties te verrijken door tags en commentaren toe te voegen. Herkent u mensen of locaties of heeft u een bijzonder verhaal te vertellen…
Reed School for Nervous and Backward Children (1906)
Reed School for Nervous and Backward Children (1906) Detroit, Mich. We have come a long way in child development and special education!
Old Photos of Hobos
a man in an alley with a bottle of Whiskey in 1907 a Hobo hopping a freight train in 1935 a Hobo in camp, 1935 a group of Hobos in a Boxcar on a train Hobos on a train track from the 1930's a Hobo at the Hotel de Gink, which was a hotel in New York catering to Hobos. men at morning coffee in the Hotel de Gink in New York. (via OPOD)
VINTAGE MENUS & MATCHBOOKS
American diners, cafes, bars and restaurants multiplied exponentially at the end of the Second World War, and many if not most of these publicised their existence by way of newspaper advertising, …