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Retronaut have published a unique moment in time, a selection of black and white portraits of the prostitutes of Storyville, taken in 1912 by legendary New Orleans photographer, John Bellocq.  I find this one eye catching, its intriguing.

Retronaut have published a unique moment in time, a selection of black and white portraits of the prostitutes of Storyville, taken in 1912 by legendary New Orleans photographer, John Bellocq. I find this one eye catching, its intriguing.

New Orleans circa 1906. "Old Absinthe House -- the bar." No obvious patrons except for a number of barflies. Detroit Publishing glass negative.

New Orleans circa 1906. "Old Absinthe House -- the bar." No obvious patrons except for a number of barflies. Detroit Publishing glass negative.

I can remember Grandmother Young tell the story about coming to Oklahoma I.T. from Sulpher Springs, Texas when she was a young girl around 1902 in a wagon like this. She always said the Red River was bank to bank and they, along with the wagon and horses, had to cross by ferry and she lost her dog as he jumped off the wagon and was lost down stream. Ray

I can remember Grandmother Young tell the story about coming to Oklahoma I.T. from Sulpher Springs, Texas when she was a young girl around 1902 in a wagon like this. She always said the Red River was bank to bank and they, along with the wagon and horses, had to cross by ferry and she lost her dog as he jumped off the wagon and was lost down stream. Ray

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