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Man clutching eviction notice as he sits by his dying wife.                      Image by photojournalist, Joel Davis

Life- Man clutching eviction notice as he sits by his dying wife. {through good times and bad times, 'til death do us part.} **Image and story by photojournalist, "Old As Jive" Joel Davis**

Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was a 17 years (in 1942) while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job. That image used by J. Howard Miller for the “We Can Do It!” poster, released during World War II.

People- Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was 17 years (in while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job. That image used by J. Howard Miller for the “We Can Do It!” poster, released during World War.

Life before television - Radio 1940  What a pity - We were bound to use our imaginations ---- ! ! ! ! Tsk Tsk

Life before television - Radio 1940 What a pity. We were bound to use our imaginations, History, photo, vintage, father and child listening.

Salchert with Charlie. One mom (who has 8 biological children) changing the lives of many, by adopting "hospice babies" who are not expected to live very long at all, so that they can live a short, but full life surrounded by love.

I adopt 'hospice babies' no one else wants; here's why I do it

An incredible nurse and mother along with her family adopt dying hospice babies and give them as much love and attention as possible during their final days

Premio Pulitzer de fotografía de 1973  Foto de Brian Lanker a su futura esposa en el momento del parto del hijo de esta. Titulada Moment of Life es una de las fotos de una serie sobre el parto para el Topeka Capital-Journal.

Brian Lanker Topeka Capital-Journal, 1973 For his sequence on child birth, as exemplified by his photograph, "Moment of Life.

1971 - Awarded to John Paul Filo, the Valley Daily News for his pictures taken in the tragedy of May 4 at Kent State University.

Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography 1971 - John Paul Filo, Valley Daily News and Daily Dispatch, Tarentum and New Kensington, PA - For his pictorial coverage of the Kent State University tragedy on May

San Francisco during Great Depression | anthony luke's not-just-another-photoblog Blog: Photographer Profile ...

daughter of migrant Tennessee coal miner, living in American River camp near Sacramento, California photo by Dorothea Lange, November, 1936

FLORENCE WALD - Dean of Yale School of Nursing in 1959. Went to England to study under Dame Cecily Saunders to learn about the hospice philosophy.  Brought this concept back to the U.S. and started the first hospice in Conn.

FLORENCE WALD - Dean of Yale School of Nursing in Went to England to study under Dame Cecily Saunders to learn about the hospice philosophy. Brought this concept back to the U. and started the first hospice in Conn.

The prisoners refused the ministrations of a U.S. chaplain. They kept their nerve by singing patriotic German songs. Prisoners are blinfolded and a large white paper target is pinned over their heart. After they were officially pronounced dead, the spies were cut down by MP’s, carried away and buried.

Germans who were tried and convicted as spies during the Battle of the Bulge executed; December 23, 1944

A blindfolded prisoner is securely bound, hand and foot, to a stake in front of a concrete wall. A large white paper target is pinned over his heart. stand at attention until the firing squad's commanding officer inspects the final arrangements.

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