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vintage everyday: Everyday Life of the African-American Community in Chicago in the early through John H. George Westinghouse, Still Picture, Black Image, National Archives, Black Pride, Afro, Black Women, High School, Chicago

At The George Westinghouse High School, 05/1973

Original Caption: At The George Westinghouse High School. (from The Sites Exhibition. See Also This Fiche, Row 3a.), 05/1973 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-11345 Photographer: White, John H, 1945- Subjects: African-American Chicago (Cook county, Illinois, United States) Environmental Protection Agency Project DOCUMERICA Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=553804 Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services…

Price Allen, The "Peanut Man", A Sidewalk Vendor On Chicago's South Side, Still Picture, Photo Maps, National Archives, Black People, Cowboy Hats, Chicago, African, Sidewalk, Free

Price Allen, The "Peanut Man", A Sidewalk Vendor On Chicago's South Side, 07/1973

Original Caption: Price Allen, The "Peanut Man", A Sidewalk Vendor On Chicago's South Side. He Is One Of The Nearly 1.2 Million Black People Who Make Up Over One Third Of The Population Of Chicago. It Is One Of Many Black Faces In This Project That Portray Life In All Its Seasons. They Are Portraits Of People Living Life As They Find It, As Individuals Who Are Proud Of Their Heritage, 07/1973 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13681 Photographer: White, John H, 1945- Subjects…

Artist Who Was Helping With A Wall Painting On And Giles Street In South Side Chicago, South Side Chicago, Ghetto People, Still Picture, Photo Maps, National Archives, Black Artists, White Photography, Street, Painting

Artist Who Was Helping With A Wall Painting On 33rd And Giles Street In South Side Chicago, 10/1973

Original Caption: Artist Who Was Helping With A Wall Painting On 33rd And Giles Street In South Side Chicago. He Is One Of Many Black Artists Painting Outdoor Murals In Chicago. They Feel It Is A Means Of Sharing Art With Ghetto People Who Don't Go To The Established Museums, 10/1973 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13695 Photographer: White, John H, 1945- Subjects: African-American Chicago (Cook county, Illinois, United States) Environmental Protection Agency Project…

Everyday Life of the African-American Community in Chicago in the early through John H. Still Picture, White Photography, Black Men, 1970s, Chicago, African, Face, Lens, Vintage

A Black Man Painting A Store Front On South Wabash Street, 07/1973

Original Caption: A Black Man Painting A Store Front On South Wabash Street One Of The Nearly 1.2 Million People Of His Race Who Make Up More Than One Third Of Chicago's Population. It Is One Of Many Black Faces In This Project That Portray Life In All Its Seasons. In Short, They Are Portraits Of Human Beings Who Feel They Are Individual And Are Proud Of Their Heritage. Their Faces Mirror Pride, Love, Beauty, Hope Struggle, Joy, Hate, Frustration, Discontent And Faith, 07/1973 U.S. National…

Artist Ron Blackburn Painting An Outdoor Wall Mural At The Corner Of And Giles Streets In Chicago, U. National Archives’ Local Identifier: Photographer: White, John H, Outdoor Art, Outdoor Walls, African American History Month, Chicago, Still Picture, City Museum, Photo Maps, National Archives, Black Artists

Artist Ron Blackburn Painting An Outdoor Wall Mural At The Corner Of 33rd And Giles Streets In Chicago, 10/1973

Original Caption: Artist Ron Blackburn Painting An Outdoor Wall Mural At The Corner Of 33rd And Giles Streets In Chicago. He Is One Of Many Black Artists Painting Such Art. They Feel It Is A Means Of Sharing Art With The People Of The Ghetto Who Don't Go To The City's Museums, 10/1973 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13776 Photographer: White, John H, 1945- Subjects: African-American Chicago (Cook county, Illinois, United States) Environmental Protection Agency Project…

Woman riding a float in the annual Bud Billiken Day Parade in Chicago, Illinois (August The Bud Billiken Day Parade and Picnic is the oldest and largest African American parade in the U. African American History Month, Black History Month, Chicago Magazine, Man Skirt, Vintage Black Glamour, Vintage Style, Bell Bottoms, 1970s, Vintage Fashion

Closeup Of A Black Beauty Gracing A Float During The Annual Bud Billiken Day Parade, 08/1973

Original Caption: Closeup Of A Black Beauty Gracing A Float During The Annual Bud Billiken Day Parade Along Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Drive On Chicago's South Side. Up To A Half Million People View One Of The Largest Events Of The Year, Held For Blacks Of All Ages And Economic Status. The Parade Also Includes Black Politicians, Black Businesses Displaying Their Products And Black Bands, 08/1973 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13829 Photographer: White, John H, 1945- Subjects…

War And Conflict-Wwii African American female riveter wearing kerchief on head & sitting on huge piece of machinery during WWII, perfectly illustrating Rosie the Riveter-type; at Lockheed Aircraft Corp. Location: Burbank, CA, US Date taken: 1942 Women In History, World History, Black History, Ww2 History, History Images, Photo Avion, Rosie The Riveter, African American History, American Women

Riveter at Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Burbank, CA

Original Caption: Riveter at Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Burbank, CA From:: Women Working In Industry, compiled 1940 - 1945 Created By: Department of Labor. Women's Bureau. (07/01/1920 - 07/21/1967) Production Date:1940 - 1945 Persistent URL: research.archives.gov/description/522880 Repository: National Archives at College Park - Still Pictures (RD-DC-S) For information about ordering reproductions of photographs held by the Still Picture Unit, visit…

Women on Great Northern Railway at Great Falls, Montana. As more male workers joined the armed forces during World War I, women like these railroad employees, were encouraged to enter occupations t… Old Trains, Vintage Trains, Railway Posters, Big Sky Country, Great Falls, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Train Tracks, Women In History

Women taking place of men on Great Northern Railway at Great Falls. Montana, circa 1918. Great Falls Commercial Club., 1917 - 1919

Original Caption: Women taking place of men on Great Northern Railway at Great Falls. Montana, circa 1918. Great Falls Commercial Club., 1917 - 1919 From: American Unofficial Collection of World War I Photographs, compiled 1917 - 1918 Created By: War Department. (1789 - 09/18/1947) Production Date: 1917 - 1919 Persistent URL: research.archives.gov/description/533760 Repository: National Archives at College Park - Still Pictures (RD-DC-S) For information about ordering reproductions of…

Photograph of U. Food Administration Records Arriving at the National Archives Building, General Services Administration, Still Picture, Photo Maps, Educational Programs, National Archives, The Past, History, Building, Pictures

Photograph of U.S. Food Administration Records Arriving at the National Archives Building, 12/21/1935

Original Caption: Photograph of U.S. Food Administration Records Arriving at the National Archives Building, 12/21/1935 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 64-NA-66 From: Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel, compiled 1935 - 1975 Created By: General Services Administration. National Archives and Records Service. Office of Educational Programs. Education Division. (? - 04/01/1985) Production Date: 12/21/1935 Persistent URL…

"Photograph of a Modern Fruit and Vegetable Stand in Center Market." Date: October 1922 Stock Photo Sites, Free Stock Photos, Old Time Photos, Vegetable Stand, Still Picture, Photo Maps, Beautiful Sites, Documentary Photography, Fruits And Vegetables

Photograph of a Modern Fruit and Vegetable Stand in Center Market, 10/1922

Original Caption: This photograph represents a modern fruit and vegetable stand in Center Market. The stand as designed by this department and built under our supervision. U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 83-G-6125 From: Photographic Prints Documenting Programs and Activities of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics and Predecessor Agencies, compiled ca. 1922 - ca. 1947, documenting the period ca. 1911 - ca. 1947 Created By: Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural…

USS Akron Dirigible, c. The Akron, a helium-filled airship, was the first flying aircraft carrier built for that purpose. It crashed during severe weather into the Atlantic Ocean off of New Jersey on Apr. killing 73 passengers and crew. Photo Maps, Steampunk Design, Ballon, Aircraft Carrier, Retro Futurism, Dieselpunk, Old Pictures, Historical Photos, National Archives

Photograph of the Rear Control Car of a Dirigible, ca. 1933

Original Caption: Photograph of the Rear Control Car of a Dirigible, ca. 1933 U.S. National Archives’ HMS Record Entry ID: NWL-16051 Creator: U.S. Congress. Joint Committee to Investigate Dirigible Disasters Subjects: Dirigible USS Akron Joint Committee to Investigate Dirigible Disasters Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=6708577 Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park…

Black Woman Exhibitor At Push Expo, An Annual Exhibit Of Black Talent, Black Products And Black Education In Chicago, Still Picture, National Archives, Black Star, How To Raise Money, White Photography, Black Women, Exhibit, Education, American

Black Woman Exhibitor At Push Expo, An Annual Exhibit Of Black Talent, Black Products And Black Education In Chicago, 10/1973

Original Caption: Black Woman Exhibitor At Push Expo, An Annual Exhibit Of Black Talent, Black Products And Black Education In Chicago. It Is Used To Raise Money, Display Black Products, Black Colleges, Black Stars, Black Art And Other Areas Of Black Consciousness To Raise Money For Black Poor People, 10/1973 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13698 Photographer: White, John H, 1945- Subjects: African-American Chicago (Cook county, Illinois, United States) Environmental…

Funny pictures about Grandad reminisces the good old days. Oh, and cool pics about Grandad reminisces the good old days. Also, Grandad reminisces the good old days photos. Lol, Haha Funny, Hilarious, Funny Stuff, Funny Things, Funny Shit, Old Man Jokes, Afro, Jokes About Men

A Black Man, One Of Nearly 1.2 Million People Of His Race Who Make Up Over One Third Of Chicago's Population, 06/1973

Original Caption: A Black Man, One Of Nearly 1.2 Million People Of His Race Who Make Up Over One Third Of Chicago's Population. It Is One Of The Many Black Faces In This Project That Portray Life In All Its Seasons. The Photos Are Portraits That Reflect Pride, Love, Beauty, Hope Struggle, Joy, Hate, Frustration, Discontent, Worship And Faith. In Short, Portraits Of Individual Human Beings Who Are Proud Of Their Heritage, 06/1973 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13697…

Christy Mahon on the phone Queen, Find Picture, Vintage Photos, Social Media, History, News, Business, Awesome, Phone

Christy Mahon on the phone

Our regular roving railway reporter Flying Snail asked for some help, and I was happy to oblige. He's nearing the end of his college work (a photographic project on the former railways in Co. Meath) and asked to see photos of Christy Mahon, the former signalman at Kilmessan Station. Date: Friday, 25 November 1960 NLI Ref.: ODEA 22/95

Family Tree Facts you need for every ancestor. The genealogy research records you need to find for all your direct ancestors. Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Sites, Free Genealogy, Genealogy Humor, Family Reunion Games, Family Reunions, Marriage Announcement, Genealogy Organization

Magnificent Millinery

This elegantly behatted group are Mr Murphy of Prior Park, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary and sister(s) perhaps... Looks as if this was Thomas Murphy, a brewer, and that one of the elegant ladies was his sister, Amy Isabel because blackpoolbeach found them on Prior Park Road in the 1901 census. Sadly, Niall McAuley discovered that Amy Isabel Murphy died when the R.M.S. Leinster was torpedoed in October 1918. See comments below for a fantastic history of Prior Park House by Tony Butler from South…

Sailing ships tied up at North Quay, Drogheda, Louth, Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Ireland Pictures, Famous Photos, Antique Photos, Amazing Photos, Edinburgh, Fishing Photography

North Quay, Drogheda

The lure of the sea called to me again when I saw these gorgeous ships. But for those of you tired of maritime magnificence, there are some great businesses to be seen here too and the railway viaduct in the distance. At no. 3, we have Kennedy the Grocer and the Railway Hotel; no. 4 is Anne Butterly, also a Grocer; no. 5 is a Coal Store; no. 6 is Edward Fitzgerald's, complete with a man working on the roof... Can only make out one name on the ships - think the nearest one is called Kyne?…