Photo: Stanley Kubrick
“Mother Pin A Rose On Me” was a popular song c. 1905, but what that has to do with this postcard is beyond me. (via Vintage Photo LJ)
New Orleans Carnival, 1903.
ca. 1870-1900’s, [carte de visite advertising portrait of advertising girls for J.R. Williams and Son’s Hardware. Keys, cups, rings, chains, etc. hang from their dresses], Jenkins & Shawl
ca. 1860-90’s, [carte de visite collage of a gentleman’s head on a plate]
ca. 1875-95, [tintype portrait of a young man with a bandaged head]
ca. 1861-65, [tintype portrait of Pennsylvania Zouave soldiers in a field]
40 Engineering students stuffed into a 36 square foot area, posing for the Harvard Engineering Journal, circa 1905 (via Vintage Photo LJ)