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New Orleans  1930 - A vender sells 'snow balls' and syrup -National Geographic

How early 20th century America played and worked, in color

1929 New Orleans, Louisiana - Children gather by a vendor selling "snowball" treats. By Edwin L.

Edwin L. Wisherd. A girl stands by strawberries that will be made into jams and jellies.Hammond, Louisiana.  taken from April 1930 National Geographic Magazine.

Edwin L. A girl stands by strawberries that will be made into jams and jellies. taken from April 1930 National Geographic Magazine.

Haunting Photos Of New Orleans Homes Reveal Louisiana's Architectural Ghosts

Haunting Photos Of New Orleans Houses Reveal Louisiana's Architectural Ghosts

How do you describe the mystery and essence of New Orleans? Photographer Frank Relle does it in pictures with his mysterious New Orleans haunted houses.

Old Prytania St. market ~

The Prytania Street Market, as good a use as any for our many interstitial…

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Vintage autochrome photo of a little girl with a floral bouquet, no date, but possibly, circa

Autochromes taken between 1910 and 1915. They show Janet and Iris Laing in their parents’ house and garden in Headington, Oxford.

Lomography - Vivid Autochrome Portraits of the Young Laing Girls From

Downtown Houston Texas 1920's

Circa 1920 scene in downtown Houston. There's the Foley Brothers store (later Foley's) on the left-hand side. There's also a Knights of Pythias ( "K of P") building on the left.

1930 National Geographic article "Florida—The Fountain of Youth."  PHOTOGRAPH BY CLIFTON R. ADAMS, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

This photo of a woman sitting on the edge of a sea wall at a harbor in Tampa, Florida, appeared in the 1930 National Geographic article "Florida—The Fountain of Youth." These Beautiful Antique Photos Were Made With Potato Starch

1930. Луизиана – люди на хлопковом поле.

Louisiana - Four children cultivate cotton in a field,

neverstopreading:    To put a smile on your day: Bookmobile, 15 miles south of Houma, Louisiana.  via Journées internationales du livre voyageur

"Poling the pirogue" down the Bayou de Large to the Louisiana Library Commission Bookmobile, 15 miles South of Houma, Louisiana. Undated, but likely as this is from the New Deal Network's Photo Library .

A woman sits in a chair in Anogia, the presumed home of the God Zeus, Crete; 1920's; Images by Maynard Owen Williams / Wilhelm Tobien;  Source: National Geographic Stock

A woman sits in a chair in Anogia, the presumed home of the God Zeus [HOW AWESOME IS THAT], Crete Images by Maynard Owen Williams / Wilhelm Tobien Source: National Geographic Stock

W. Robert Moore • People play in and around the Water blocked off at Le Havre Beach in Normandy France 1936

W. Robert Moore • People play in and around the Water blocked off at Le Havre Beach in Normandy France 1936

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