Saturday, April 01, 2017

 These photographs I saw on Brightside.Me are amazing

Class differences, Great Britain, 1937.
 Fawzia Fuad, princess of Egypt and queen of Iran, 1939.
 Ernest Hemingway fishing, 1904.
 The Great Depression era. When flour producers found out that mothers were now so poor that they were forced to sew clothes for their children from flour sacks, they began to print cheerful patterns and images on them.
 Alice Liddell — the little girl who was the inspiration for Lewis Caroll’s famous novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Ducklings used as therapy animals, 1956.

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