I am, for all intents and purposes, done posting to this blog. I don’t have the time to truly dedicate myself to finding quality images full time, but  will continue to post historical images when I run across them on my main blog: http://indypendent-thinking.tumblr.com/. I hope to see you there!

Thank you for all of your support over the past few years! I appreciate each of you!

Indy :0)

July 16, 1999 John F. Kennedy Jr. died when the Piper Saratoga light aircraft crashed into the Atlantic off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard. His wife Carolyn and her sister Lauren also parished in the crashed. They were all buried at sea.

(via http://www.nydailynews.com/news/fallen-son-john-f-kennedy-jr-gallery-1.8949?pmSlide=1.18378)


"Politruk" Alexey Yeremenko, 220th Rifle Regiment, 4th Rifle Division, encouraging his comrades to counterattack against german positions moments before being KIA, in the village of Khorosheye, near Woroschilowgrad, today Luhansk, Ukraine. 12 July 1942. (by World War 2 Photos)

The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Holland

1913 (24 May) Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia and Prince Ernst August of Hanover by Sandau

Postwoman, 1942 (by British Postal Museum & Archive)


Defense Secretary McNamara and Gen. William Westmoreland, commander U.S. Forces in Vietnam, sit with muffler type radio earphones as they ride in helicopter toward the DMZ on McNamara’s first field trip during his current visit to Vietnam, July 10, 1967.

Paris barricade made from cobblestones (1871), photographed by Pierre-Ambrose Richebourg (via BLDGBLOG: Tunnel Plug)

Nurses have a quick wash in their steel pots, WWII… Source: US National Archives (via Medical Personnel »)