Vodka, caviar and cigarettes “Troika.” Here’s a collection of vintage Soviet advertising for foreigners: http://www.vintag.es/2013/08/vintage-soviet-advertising-for.html
A collection of old photographs of Moscow from 1883-1884: http://www.vintag.es/2013/08/old-photographs-of-moscow-from-1883-1884.html
Young women making fun of sign at beach requiring full bathing suits, Miami, Florida, 1934.
Pictures of daily life in Soviet, 1966: http://www.vintag.es/2013/09/pictures-of-life-in-soviet-1966.html
At noon on September 16, 1920, a horse drawn buggy loaded with 100 pounds of dynamite and 500 pounds of cast- iron slugs exploded across the street from the J.P. Morgan bank headquarters in downtown Manhattan, New York. The explosion blew out windows for blocks around, killed 30 immediately, injured hundreds of others and completely destroyed the interior of the Morgan building.. Those responsible were never found, but evidence—in the form of a warning note received at a nearby office building—suggested anarchists.
Check out more of old pictures of Wall Street bombing in 1920 here.
Soldier’s goodbye & Bobbie the cat, Sydney, ca. 1940s. Photo: Sam Hood.
Three children in Kano dressed in uniforms bought by their father during his last pilgrimage to Mecca. Kano, Nigeria 1982.
Men at work painting the Eiffel Tower in 1910, 1924 and 1932.
Amazing vintage photos of everyday life in London in the 1920’s.
Life in the USSR in the 30-40s.