Explore Charlie Chaplin, Jazz Age, and more!

Explore related topics

Charlie Chaplin touring America in 1912

charlespencerchaplin: “ Charlie Chaplin (centre) aged 22 in San Francisco before he began his film career, c.

Pilot and actor Jimmy Stewart chatting on the phone in his father’s store after returning from the war, 1945

While his father chats with a customer at the hardware store, a uniformed Jimmy Stewart sets up a date to go fishing, 1945

Frinton-on-Sea, Women Reading, 1921

The Common-place Book of the Mercurius Aulicus, a Reactionary Tory Gentleman, who armed only with a.

Portobello Road, 1958.

Portobello Road in the 50s

I vow to wear more gathered skirt dresses. Such a classic hourglass figure!

Bonafreno Man, Italy, 1946

What Happened When an Infantryman Brought a Camera to World War II

A new HBO documentary examines the life and work of Tony Vaccaro, whose career in photography began with bringing a camera with him to war

Related image

Related image


kvetchlandia: “ Fred W. McDarrah Bob Dylan, Sheridan Square Park, New York City 1965 “I accept chaos, I’m not sure whether it accepts me.


Las mejores fotografías de la historia del beisbol

Jimmy Stewart, bomber pilot WWII

Actor and USAF Major Jimmy Stewart confers with a crew member.

299-Charing Cross Road, Foyles bookshop 1937 by Warsaw1948, via Flickr

Evening street scene near Foyles book shop, Charing Cross Road, London, c. (Foyles is still good.

DANNY BARKER & DIZZY GILLESPIE  Catching a nap on a train  Cab Calloway band, 1940  Photo by Milt Hinton

Jazz men Danny Barker and Dizzy Gillespie asleep on a train, Photo by legendary jazz bassist and part-time photographer Milt Hinton.

Image result for Lee friedlander

Image result for Lee friedlander

People asleep on the escalators at Piccadilly Tube Station, London, during an air raid, 1940.  <b>From the Victorian era through to World War Two - featuring tube strikes, carriage redesigns, passenger complaints, ticket machines and air raid shelters.</b>

Piccadilly, 1940.

The London Underground in Wartime People sheltering in Piccadilly tube station, London, in 1940 Picture: GETTY IMAGES

This picture represents Curley, Curley was a migrant farm worker and was stronger looking and that's what this man looks like. "At the moment a young man came into the bunk house; a thin young man with a brown face, with brown eyes and a head of tightly curled hair. He wore a work glove on his left hand, and, like the boss, he wore high-heeled boots." (Steinbeck 25).

Photographic Portraiture by Mike Disfarmer née Mike Meyers a local photographer in Heber Springs, Arkansas. His 'penny portraits' are a record of small town Americans.