Tesla in his Houston Street laboratory. Caption for this photo in Electrical Review, March 29, 1899 reads: "The operator's body, in this
Nikola Tesla in his Laboratory in Colorado Springs, Colorado c. 1899
Nikola Tesla sitting in his laboratory in Colorado Springs in December 1899.
Tesla with one of his famous "wireless" lamps. Published on the cover of the Electrical Experimenter in 1919.
Caption reads "My sister was asked to make a fruit salad for the graduation party this weekend. Nailed it?" - Imgur
An undertaker in the Warsaw ghetto's Jewish cemetery on Okopowa Street lifts the body of a woman for Heinrich Joest to show him how little it weighs. Joest's caption reads: "The dead were not heavy, as one corpse-bearer showed me - although I had not asked him to - in front of the buildings of the Jewish cemetery."
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Nikola Tesla sitting in his lab in Colorado Springs in December 1899. Photo by Dickenson V. Alley, Century Magazines via wikimedia
Tesla at East Houston Street lab (New York), with Roger Boskovich's book "Theoria Philosophiae Naturalis", in front of the spiral coil of
Jean Harlow reads up on cooking in this promotional photo for Bombshell (1933)
Robert Frost reads his poem The Road Not Taken. Had to memorize this in 8th grade :)
African-American men, shown in an 1899 photo, put their life on the line in the war for Cuban independence.
an office worker in pitt street mall reads a book in the lunch hour, sydney, australia, 1999 photo by trent parke/magnum photos
A Jewish girl from Piaski, deported to Belzec in March 1942. She was the fiancée of Josef Honig, a survivor from Piaski ghetto. Honig could escape from the transport to Belzec. In the same transport she was deported to the camp, where she perished. Mr. Honig died in June 2003. His widow arranged his archive and found this photo. Although Honig mentioned her name years ago, nobody knows her name today. She stands for all victims who perished in Belzec.
Young Suri Tribal Girl Photo and caption by Sarah Street, published in National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2011.
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caption reads: "Praying for future husband! starting early never hurts!" if i have to pray for this fool, this much, i better first pray not to commit murder.
Original caption: France: He Died For France. A grief stricken father stands at the grave of a young boy who gave his life in the fight to liberate France from Nazi domination. When liberating Allied forces invaded French shores, the natives, young and old alike, took up arms and joined the Allies to save their country. This boy paid with his life.
Battle of the Bulge - U.S. troops of the 28th Infantry Division, who have been regrouped in security platoons for defense of Bastogne, Belgium, march down a street. Some of these soldiers lost their weapons during the German advance in this area. Bastogne, Belgium (12-20-44) Signal Corps Photo #ETO-HQ-44-30380 (Tec 5 Wesley B. Carolan).
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Nikola Tesla appeared on the cover of Time Magazine on his 75th birthday in 1931.