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Estação de caminhos de ferro no secúlo XIX.

Estação de caminhos de ferro no secúlo XIX.

Cranes, cycads, and wisteria, Sōzaemon Nishimura

japaneseaesthetics: “ Main detail of large embroidery. Cranes, cycads, and wisteria (detail, Cat. No. © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.

News Corporation News History Gallery: 1960s era UPI wire service machine with teletype paper in it.   Gift, Ridge Shannon    Photo credit: James P. Blair/Newseum collection

From Newseum: UPI Wire Service Machine. era UPI wire service machine with teletype paper in it. On exhibit in the Newseum in the News Corporation News History Gallery. Gift, Ridge Shannon Photo credit: James P.

Albert Sands Southworth, Mrs James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams Fields), 1861 (source).  James Thomas Fields (December 31, 1817 – April 24, 1881) was an American publisher, editor, and poet.

James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams) Photography Studio:Southworth and Hawes (American, active Artist:Albert Sands Southworth (American, West Fairlee, Vermont Charlestown, Massachusetts) Artist:Josiah Johnson Hawes Daguerreotype

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Want an airship? This poster urges the public to join OSOAVIAKHIM, Union of Societies of Assistance to Defence and Aviation-Chemical Construction,…

RADOR - Altfel (@agentia_rador) | Twitter

RADOR - Altfel (@agentia_rador) | Twitter

graciliano Ramos e Luiz Carlos Prestes

graciliano Ramos e Luiz Carlos Prestes

Mar 5, 1953:  Joseph Stalin dies. The leader of the Soviet Union since 1924, dies in Moscow.  Like his right-wing counterpart, Hitler, who was born in Austria, Joseph Stalin was not a native of the country he ruled with an iron fist. Isoeb Dzhugashvili was born in 1889 in Georgia, then part of the old Russian empire. The son of a drunk who beat him mercilessly and a pious washerwoman mother, Stalin learned Russian, which he spoke with a heavy accent all his life, in an Orthodox Church-run…

Mar 5, 1953: Joseph Stalin dies. The leader of the Soviet Union since 1924, dies in Moscow. Like his right-wing counterpart, Hitler, who was born in Austria, Joseph Stalin was not a native of the country he ruled with an iron fist. Isoeb Dzhugashvili was born in 1889 in Georgia, then part of the old Russian empire. The son of a drunk who beat him mercilessly and a pious washerwoman mother, Stalin learned Russian, which he spoke with a heavy accent all his life, in an Orthodox Church-run…

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