28th President Woodrow Wilson’s delivers his second Inaugural speech, March 5, 1917

(by Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library Archives)

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Elizabeth, The Queen Mother

Newly trained World War I naval sailors stand with white duffel bags, 1917

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Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon on her wedding day, 1923

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The Hands of JFK, 1960, Cornell Capa

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1974 “Fatal Hollywood Drama” (USA)
Pulitzer Prize breaking news photo, Anthony K. Roberts

Circa 1901. “Pere Marquette transfer boat 17.” These steamers were operated on various Great Lakes waterways by the Pere Marquette railroad. (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: At Seventeen: 1901)

  1. Camera: Sinar 54H

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March 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. “Washday at the FSA Camelback Farms.” 35mm negative by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration. 

(via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Oxydol: 1942)

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I have a deadline on April 30th. So, until then, I am going to be too busy to play on Tumblr. I have a little queue set up to run in the meantime. Enjoy the next few weeks! I’ll see you when I see you. - Indy :0)

Anne Morrow Lindbegh, 1933. Mrs. Lindbergh, famous through her marriage to Charles Lindbergh, had her own career as a pilot. In 1931 and 1933, she and Mr. Lindbergh embarked on two lengthy trips in a Lockheed Sirius to explore possible overseas airline routes. Mrs. Lindbergh served as copilot and radio operator on these flights. She is pictured here in their Lockheed Sirius.

(via http://airandspace.si.edu/explore-and-learn/topics/women/lindberg.cfm)