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Dean Kirkland

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“Depending on context, hand signals can be used a variety of ways such as to greet, identify, confirm affiliation, disrespect rivals, conduct business, and bond members together,” writes parole board administrator Herbert Covey in his book Crips and Bloods: A Guide to an American Subculture.1988 was dubbe

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Construction of Pennsylvania's Eastern State Penitentiary began in 1822 and opened in 1829, serving inmates up until 1971. Over the years, this literal textbook example of incarceration has housed many notorious and even famous inmates. Among those who called Eastern State Penitentiary their home are famous bank robber Wil

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Between 1935 and 1938 photographer Roman Vishniac explored the cities and villages of Eastern Europe, capturing life in the Jewish shtetlekh of Poland, Romania, Russia, and Hungary, communities that even then seemed threatened—not by destruction and extermination, which no one foresaw, but by change.Using a hidden

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Marie McDonald (1923-1965) was a leggy, voluptuous blonde starlet who pursued her career with a vengeance but found little reward in the end. Her parents divorced when Marie was just 6 years old. Marie's mother remarried and the new family moved to Yonkers, New York, where she attended Roosevelt High School and excelled

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This set from Library Company of Philadelphia that represents the work of Philadelphia photographer John Frank Keith (1883 – 1947) who wandered and took photographs of residents of the neighborhoods of South Philadelphia (particularly the Pennsp

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Americans Seen: Fascinating Black and White Photos Show What Life Was Like in Boston From the 1970s and 1980s

Boston has changed a lot since the 80s. That was the pre-digital era, when children and teenagers still hung out in their neighbourhoods and parents were a bit less paranoid. Life was lived outside in public more.Taken by American photographer Sage Sohier in the late 1970s to the

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These lovely vintage photos show clothes that little girls wore from between the 1900s and 1910s.

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Here is a rare and fantastic photo collection from Provincial Archives of Alberta that show technicians at the Government of Alberta Dairy and Food Laboratory in June 1970.

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It is no news that women have historically found it harder to develop themselves as professionals in diverse male-dominated work environments. This is even truer in the case of female artists in the 1930s: Stern had to struggle against all imaginable and unimaginable odds, in order to become one of the pioneers of modern ph

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Visiting Atlantic City in January, you most likely wouldn’t have your bikini and sunglasses in tow, but in the winter of 1948, the Senator Hotel had a secret weapon for attracting guests all year round. Perched above the snow-capped buildings of the seaside resort, this skyscraper hotel boasted a portal to the tropics wit

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It may not be important, but also indispensable at some point in our lives. These interesting snapshots that show how people enjoyed drinking beer in the past.

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In May 1954, Orlando Suero photographed Jack and Jackie Kennedy walking in Georgetown to meet brother Bobby and his wife, Ethel, to toss around a football.It was Saturday afternoon, Jack and Jackie teamed up with Bobby and Ethel to walk to a park so that the brothers could amuse themselves with a football...

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The Internet’s always buzzing about how dad is the ultimate hipster, it’s true that dads have been crushing trends since we were wee. But you know who’s also been completely slaying the style scene? Your mom.

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In the 1960s, Matchbox toy cars were made on a series of assembly lines in a Hackney factory in London. Filmed 15 years after the company was founded under the name Lesney Products, this 1962 British Path

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Here is a photo collection of women rockstars in the 1960s and 1970s.

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During World War I the United Kingdom called upon its female population to join the workforce. With a majority of men being deployed and a dire need for production both to support the troops and to keep the country running, women were asked to "do their bit".Munition factories were one of the main sites wh

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69 Fascinating Found Photos Document Everyday Life of the Netherlands From the Late 1920s

These fascinating photos from Penny found in Tasmania that documented everyday life of the Netherlands in the late 1920s.

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Young girl on a fence at the beach, ca. 1940s

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Does long hairstyle make you more gracefully? These glamorous photos of teenage girls in the middle of 1970s from Tony Alter that may give you the answer.

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