A photo of Wild West showman and buffalo hunter Buffalo Bill wearing a surprisingly flowery embroidered coat. This photo was taken
Two different mug shots of Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Doors, from 1963 and 1970. In 1963 he
Isn’t this the most beautiful family portrait? A photo of an Eskimo mother, father, and son, photographed in Noatak, Alaska,
I love a good colorized photo, (emphasis on the GOOD). When this process is done well it can completely bring
The real Butch Cassidy (looking nothing like Paul Newman) photographed in 1894 in a mug shot from Wyoming Territorial Prison
1950s singer Buddy Holly in a photo booth with Waylon Jennings in Central Station, New York City in 1959.
I found these photos of 1920s criminals absolutely fascinating, partly because I think mug-shots make for really interesting candid photographs,
1930s aviatrix Amelia Earhart (standing) with Frances Marsalis, Elvery Kalep, Betty Gillies having a go at roller skating for charity.
A gorgeous portrait of Goldie Hawn, taken in 1970. Isn’t she fabulous? This was a publicity photo for the 1970
These photos of Greta Garbo were taken in 1924, the year she made her first movie in The Saga of
A very young Elvis Presley photographed in 1937 with his parents Gladys and Vernon Presley. Would you have recognized him..? I
Sean Connery is one of those people who always looks like a movie star in every photo you see, so
As a treat today I thought you might like to see some taut buttocks, rippling muscles and incredible bygone bendyness.
I don’t know what to make of these vintage ghost pictures. Spirit photography was ‘invented’ in the 1920s and made
These beautiful photo portraits of all of women photographed in the 1920s and 1930s in Sydney Harbour, Australia. Sadly all
I love this 1940s ballet picure, it just made me giggle. How would you caption it? I have no prizes
Isn’t this the most gorgeous photograph? I don’t remember looking quite that beautiful and serene when I had a newborn
A very impressive man-pyramid from the 1940s. Acrobats never cease to amaze me with what they can do with their