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Legenda: Rua XV de Novembro - Primeira década de 1900. Antiga rua "Direita" e rua "25 de Março" recebeu o apelido de "Wall Street Santista"

Legenda: Rua XV de Novembro - Primeira década de 1900. Antiga rua "Direita" e rua "25 de Março" recebeu o apelido de "Wall Street Santista"

Foto Coleção Guilherme Gaensly

Foto Coleção Guilherme Gaensly

Rua XV de Novembro - Primeira década de 1900. Antiga rua "Direita" e rua "25 de Março" recebeu o apelido de "Wall Street Santista"

Rua XV de Novembro - Primeira década de 1900. Antiga rua "Direita" e rua "25 de Março" recebeu o apelido de "Wall Street Santista"

Estação ferroviária Cais Sodre

Estação ferroviária Cais Sodre

An old photograph of Iron Shell - Brule Sioux Chief 1900.

An old photograph of Iron Shell - Brule Sioux Chief 1900.

La Gare de Lyon (départ du Rapide de Savoie | Paris Unplugged

La Gare de Lyon (départ du Rapide de Savoie | Paris Unplugged

Victorian Drinking Fountain

Victorian Drinking Fountain

The Hofatelier Elvira by August Endell in 1898 is a German version of Art Nouveau. It was a photography studio founded by Anita Augspurg and Sophia Goudstikker and was the first German company created by women.

The Hofatelier Elvira by August Endell in 1898 is a German version of Art Nouveau. It was a photography studio founded by Anita Augspurg and Sophia Goudstikker and was the first German company created by women.

Ornate Antique Michigan Cash Register c. early 1900's

Ornate Antique Michigan Cash Register c. early 1900's

General Crook's field headquarters at Whitewood (Dakota Terr.) during the “Horsemeat March” of 1876 in pursuit of a band of Sioux fleeing General Custer's defeat at the Battle of Little Big Horn. After the battle of Slim Buttes, the Sioux burned the grass, and the American cavalry rode with reduced rations to allow faster pursuit; the cavalry had no food for men or horses, and the soldiers eventually had to shoot and eat their horses.

General Crook's field headquarters at Whitewood (Dakota Terr.) during the “Horsemeat March” of 1876 in pursuit of a band of Sioux fleeing General Custer's defeat at the Battle of Little Big Horn. After the battle of Slim Buttes, the Sioux burned the grass, and the American cavalry rode with reduced rations to allow faster pursuit; the cavalry had no food for men or horses, and the soldiers eventually had to shoot and eat their horses.

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