Girl standing beside a stream, ducks in the foreground, 1902 - Charles Edward Wilson (English, 1854-1941)
In the Garden
The vicars rose garden. Charles Edward Wilson. English (1854-1941)
A Side Glance, 1892, Edward Frederick Brewtnall. English Pre-Raphaelite Painter (1846-1902)
Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey, 1941: The classic and gentle story of a family of ducks in Boston who make their way from
"The cat's meat man pushed his barrow around East End streets selling cheap meat to families as pet food… The decoration on the house marks the coronation of Edward VII." This photo was taken circa 1902 by John Galt, a missionary from the London City Mission, and was used to illustrate lantern slide lectures which were given to raise funds for the work of the mission. Another missionary is standing in the centre with the family. THERE'S NOTHING
SF in 1941 - Coit Tower standing tall and unobstructed in the middle of the photo
Charles Phillip Ingalls (January 10, 1836 - June 8, 1902) Pa's favorite hymn was "In the Sweet By and By." It was sung at his funeral in 1902
Sleeping Beauty, Edward Frederick Brewtnall. English Pre-Raphaelite Painter (1846-1902)
Head of a Girl study, Edward Burne-Jones. English Pre-Raphaelite Painter (1833-1898)
A Pet, Walter Howell Deverell. English (1827–1854)
DShK machine gun (foreground) and other AA weapons atop a Soviet armored train, 1941. Armored trains were in wide use by the Soviets, mostly serving as mobile artillery platforms and for transporting critical cargo. As a result, they were primary targets for the Luftwaffe.
Here we present a stunning image called "Waters Edge". It was taken in North Dakota in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows a Young Arikara Indian Girl standing in shallow water, wearing a buckskin dress, with trees in background. We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.