Left to Right. Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Jesse James & Charlie Bowdre. Photo believed to have been taken in New Mexico in 1879
Left to Right. Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Jesse James & Charlie Bowdre. Photo believed to have been taken in New Mexico in 1879. They all look so tiny!
Only known authenticated photo of Billy the Kid,ca. 1879
The horse depicted in this design, believed to be Flying Childers, has been taken from a painting of the infamous 18th century racing horse by James Seymour, 1702-52, 'Flying Childers', with groom. This is a folding umbrella.
The word "bitch" has never been so hot -(thought the tag line to this photo was funny too). I have fallen in love with Jesse in Breaking Bad
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Vintage photo scanned by the Kodachrome Restoration Project (taken by Carl Chelf in New Mexico, 1943)
Brigitte Bardot. Timeless: it's hard to believe this photo must have been taken in the mid 1950s - the hairstyle & bikini look current!
"Big Nose Kate" Cummings, Common Law Wife of Doc Holliday, & Her Sister Wilhemina This is a scan of an old photograph of "Big Nose" Kate Cummings (seated on the left) and her younger sister, Wilhemina (on the right). Kate was the common law wife of the infamous gunslinger, Doc Holliday, who took part in the gunfight at the O. K. Corral.
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This photo of what is believed to be "The White Lady," taken at the Peoria Asylum in Bartonville, Illinois has been subjected to examination by three different and independent experts through digitization and inspection of the pixels and has been determined to be genuine.
Is this the oldest photograph of New York? It just might be, according to New York: An Illustrated History, by Ric Burns and James Sanders. Taken at Broadway between Franklin and Leonard Streets, it’s believed to date to May 1850.
Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury and Billy Clanton (left to right) lie dead after the gunfight at the O.K. Corral. This is the only known photo
Crafty things to make
Billy the Kid Museum - New Mexico, USA and Some Great Tourist Destination There
Pacer's Camp, Kiowa-Apache. Mount Scott is in the background. Image believed to have been made in 1873. (Nye, p376-377.)
Who can tell us where in New Mexico this beautiful photo was taken??
The ashy-faced owl - - there are believed to be just 28 pairs left in the world
"Summer afternoon... to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language."
~ Henry James
In MD/PA: REMEMBER THE BALTIMORE CITY BOTTLE BABIES... WELL, HERE THEY ARE! Thanks to their wonderful foster family, these babies have thrived and are just about ready for adoption! Four girls of the seven dwarfs... the two in the back (from left to right) are Doc and Bashful, the two brown babies in the front (from left to right) are Happy and Doppy. If you are interested in providing a loving furever home for any of these "dwarfs" please go to
Ledge Lighthouse, New London Ledge Lighthouse in New London is believed to be haunted by a former keeper, Ernie, who committed suicide in the house after finding out that his wife ran off with the captain of the Block Island ferry boat. There have been reports of lights and strange sounds coming from the lighthouse.
This photo is taken from the stunning Ta Prohm Temple located deep in the jungles of Cambodia. This temple is the work of the remarkable Khmer civilization which lasted from around 800 A.D. to 1400 A.D. Unlike most Angkorian temples Ta Prohm has been left in much the same condition in which it was found. The temple is covered with the most intricate of carvings, including very distinct and clear images that seem to depict a Stegosaurus. This would indicate that this creature might well have surv
Maxwell house and Officers Quarters, Fort Sumner, New Mexico where Billy the Kid was shot by Pat Garrett
Interesting family story of momento mori. The photo on the left is the bloggers maternal great-grandfather, George. George had a twin sister that died in infancy. No photo was taken of her so to remedy that, they dressed George as a girl (which he looks pretty unhappy about) so they could ostensibly have a photo of the deceased daughter too.
FULL BODY APPARITION IN HOTEL! From GhostStudy.com - Todd writes: "This was taken at an old hotel. The ghost lady has been known to appear to the patrons there. She seems to have no left arm while the other arm is transparent."
McCoy Monument located on Rt.319 at Hardy, KY. Left Side: "SIX OF THE SIXTEEN CHILDREN OF RANDOLPH AND SARAH MCCOY LIE BURIED HERE HAVING SUFFERED UNTIMELY DEATH. THREE BOUND TO PAW PAW TREES AT THE MOUTH OF BLACKBERRY CREEK IN AUGUST 1882. ONE IS BELIEVED TO HAVE DIED OF GRIEF BECAUSE HIS BROTHER HAD BEEN SHOT IN HIS STEAD. TWO PERISHED WHEN THEIR HOME WAS BURNED IN JANUARY 1888. THE HOMESITE IS VISIBLE ACROSS THE VALLEY ABOVE THIS PLACE."
A portrait of a woman from around the turn of the century. This photo may have been taken mid-sneeze.
This photo could have been taken in my childhood home, that's how much it reminds me of my childhood!
An animal rescue centre is struggling to rehome this cat, because it looks like evil Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter films. Workers at The Blue Cross in Southampton say visitors have been scared off by the white cat's resemblance to Ralph Fiennes' character in the movies. The abandoned cat, named Charlie, had to have its ears and nose removed after suffering from skin cancer. Vets say Charlie's pale skin left him at risk of developing the
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An animal rescue centre is struggling to rehome this cat, because it looks like evil Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter films. Workers at The Blue Cross in Southampton say visitors have been scared off by the white cat's resemblance to Ralph Fiennes' character in the movies. The abandoned cat, named Charlie, had to have its ears and nose removed after suffering from skin cancer. Vets say Charlie's pale skin left him at risk of
Between the eighth and 11th centuries, the Vikings left modern day Norway, Denmark and Sweden on bloody voyages of conquest to England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Southern Europe and even North America. Many have long believed that the fearsome Norsemen left their women and children at home in Scandinavia when they took off to settle new lands, but a new study tells a different tale. By tracing the genetic stamp