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That was a bad day in Tacoma at the Narrows Bridge, Washington 1940

1920's photo of a member of NYC's aerial police literally hanging around over Times Square.

1920's photo of a member of NYC's aerial police literally hanging around over Times Square.

Delivering a dinosaur to the Museum of Science

Delivering a dinosaur to the Museum of Science (1984)

Adorable Victorian couple. Miles away from the staid portraits we're used to seeing from the era.

Victorian Photo Booth

Adorable Victorian couple. Miles away from the staid portraits we're used to seeing from the era.

Henry Groulx in a reproduction of a vintage photograph by the Parisian Studio, Paris, France, circa 1920

Henry Groulx in a reproduction of a vintage photograph by the Parisian Studio, Paris, France, circa 1920

Found out was massive mudslide in Taiwan in 2010.  Please see new pin: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/331014641351158465/

Found out was massive mudslide in Taiwan in 2010. Please see new pin: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/331014641351158465/

Construction worker atop a very tall structure with no safety harness

Construction worker atop a very tall structure with no safety harness

Golden Gate Bridge construction. 1937.   historical-photos-pt8-golden-gate-bridge-construction-1937.

Golden Gate Bridge construction. 1937. historical-photos-pt8-golden-gate-bridge-construction-1937.

It used to be legal to send kids in the mail.When domestic parcel post service was introduced in the United States in 1913, Americans were finally able to send packages across the country at an affordable rate. Early on, some people chose to abuse this new service. At least two people sent their stamp-covered children through the mail before the Postmaster General was able to issue new regulations banning the practice. The National Postal Museum still has this humorous picture on display.

It used to be legal to send kids in the mail.When domestic parcel post service was introduced in the United States in 1913, Americans were finally able to send packages across the country at an affordable rate. Early on, some people chose to abuse this new service. At least two people sent their stamp-covered children through the mail before the Postmaster General was able to issue new regulations banning the practice. The National Postal Museum still has this humorous picture on display.

A man stands on cables over the Golden Gate Bridge, circa 1933. via http://gizmodo.com/20-photos-of-iconic-buildings-and-bridges-as-they-were-514156622

A man stands on cables over the Golden Gate Bridge, circa 1933. via http://gizmodo.com/20-photos-of-iconic-buildings-and-bridges-as-they-were-514156622

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