I believe there is a train under here somewhere! Jamestown, North Dakota, 1966, by Bill Koch. [1280x997]

I believe there is a train under here somewhere! Jamestown, North Dakota, 1966, by Bill Koch. [1280x997]

King George and Queen Elizabeth visiting the East End of London during the Blitz, 1941 [766 X 511]

King George and Queen Elizabeth visiting the East End of London during the Blitz, 1941 [766 X 511]

First lady of Argentina Eva Peron “Evita” greets the crowds gathered to see her nominated for the Vice-presidency for the 1951 Argentine election. She died in 1952 of cancer. (2000 X 1499)

First lady of Argentina Eva Peron “Evita” greets the crowds gathered to see her nominated for the Vice-presidency for the 1951 Argentine election. She died in 1952 of cancer. (2000 X 1499)

Mexican carrot worker. Edinburg, Texas. Feb. 1939. [718x1024]

Mexican carrot worker. Edinburg, Texas. Feb. 1939. [718x1024]

Sergeant George Camblair learning how to use a gas mask in a practice smokescreen, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, September 1942, by Jack Delano. [1280x1329]

Sergeant George Camblair learning how to use a gas mask in a practice smokescreen, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, September 1942, by Jack Delano. [1280x1329]

Unnamed African-born soldier in Germany’s 25th Landwehr Regiment poses with his squad, 1916-1918 (second from left)

Unnamed African-born soldier in Germany’s 25th Landwehr Regiment poses with his squad, 1916-1918 (second from left)

A Sea Sami man from Norway by Prince Roland Bonaparte in 1884 [1,029×1,812]

A Sea Sami man from Norway by Prince Roland Bonaparte in 1884 [1,029×1,812]

Students from Caius College, Cambridge and Oxford play football while dressed as Victorian gentlemen, Parker’s Piece, Cambridge, 3rd December 1946 [800x632]

Students from Caius College, Cambridge and Oxford play football while dressed as Victorian gentlemen, Parker’s Piece, Cambridge, 3rd December 1946 [800x632]

Amelia Dyer, the most prolific “baby farmer” of Victorian England. Suspected of murdering upwards of 400 babies, but tried and hanged for one. (ca. 1837-1896)[468×605]

Amelia Dyer, the most prolific “baby farmer” of Victorian England. Suspected of murdering upwards of 400 babies, but tried and hanged for one. (ca. 1837-1896)[468×605]

The opening of the Golden Gate Bridge May 27, 1937. [650x866]

The opening of the Golden Gate Bridge May 27, 1937. [650x866]