Members of a British army polo team in Hyderabad, India Early 1900s Advertisements
Film footage of Rajputana, India in 1932 (despite the video saying 1906)
Taken in 1922 the picture show a little girl waiting on the steps of the White House with her camera by her side, and just in case that it rains a umbrella.
New York City children on the street: children seated on pavement.
“Newsboys and bootblacks shooting craps,” 1912 in New York City.
From the 1920s in New York City lines of washing are hung out of the windows of apartment blocks.
After the first World War the sanctions placed upon Germany were immense and its citizens paid the price, here we see a young man who has lost a leg in the war now resorted to begging to get by, he is still wearing his uniform. In the 1920s the suicide rate in Germany was extremely … More Once An Officer Now A Beggar.
Enrique Favez born as Enriqueta Favez was a Swiss physician and surgeon who practiced medicine in the Napoleonic Wars and in Cuba. Although female assigned at birth, Favez self-identified and lived as a male surgeon for approximately four years in Cuba–a fact that culminated in a well-documented trial and expulsion from the Spanish territories. … More Enrique Favez.
Theodora (c. 500 – 28 June 548), was empress of the Byzantine Empire and the wife of Emperor Justinian I. She was one of the most influential and powerful of the Byzantine empresses. Some sources mention her as empress regnant with Justinian I as her co-regent. Along with her husband, she is a saint in the Eastern Orthodox … More Theodora.
On May 20th 1310 AD, shoes were made to account differences between right and left feet for the first time.