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Breakfast Tea being passed between cars on the railway between Peshawar and Lahore, Pakistan, National Geographic, June By Rail Across the Indian Subcontinent. By Steve McCurry Pakistan

VERONICA LAKE (diagnosed with schizophrenia, died from hepatitis and acute renal failure resulting from alcoholism at the age of 51)

Legendary screen actress and pin up model, Veronica Lake, was diagnosed with schizophrenia and died from hepatitis and acute renal failure resulting from alcoholism at the age of 51

Le Livre de Paris (Arts et Métiers, Paris, 1957), featuring photography by Janine Niepce and commentary by Georges Charensol.

Vintage View: I Love Paris in the '50s -

Couples dancing in the street in Paris, Light: illumination; the couples dancing are illuminated by the building lights and although there are other people and objects in the photograph the emphasis seems to be on the dancing couples

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Couple in La Methode cafe, Paris, 1960 [uncredited photographer] This picture is timeless. The people in this photo look like they could be a young couple who were there just yesterday.

27 Beautiful Black and White Portraits

27 Beautiful Black and White Portraits

LOS NIÑOS DE BRENTWOOD & BOB (1936) Blog — JR Batallé Educación canina

Children of Brentwood (United Kingdom) with the dog Bob. The group had organized a collection to help the dog to survive after the master had died (Photo by Derek Berwin / Fox Photos / Getty Images)

Mithat Frashëri (lindi më 25 mars 1879 në Janinë, vdiq më 3 tetor 1949 në New Yor). Dalë në vitet 1920.

Mithat Frashëri (lindi më 25 mars 1879 në Janinë, vdiq më 3 tetor 1949 në New Yor). Dalë në vitet 1920.

Paris Night Photo - The Odeon Bistro, Colorful Parisian Cafe at Night

Paris Night Photo - The Odeon Bistro, Colorful Parisian Cafe at Night, Urban Home Decor, Large Wall Art

Weegee, Both Ways | American Photo

Weegee: City Hall in Los Angeles, Ca. 1953 International Center of Photography ref. bequest of Wilma Wilcox 1993 © Weegee/International Center of Photography/Getty Images

Female photojournalist Jessie Tarbox on the street with her camera, 1900s.

Some random historical tidbits...

Female photojournalist Jessie Tarbox Beals on the street with her camera, She was the first woman to join a newspaper staff as a photographer.

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