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soy todo tuyo: ENAMORÁNDOSE

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A Group of cadets, U.S. Naval Academy [between 1890 and 1901] Detroit Publishing Co. - 5 x 7" Photograph

A Group of cadets, U.S. Naval Academy [between 1890 and 1901] Detroit Publishing Co. - 5 x 7" Photograph

A Group of cadets, U. Naval Academy photographed between 1890 and 1901 by the Detroit Photographic Company on glass plate negative.

Washington D.C. ca. 1916. George Parezo Electric Shop. vintage

George W. Parezo & Co. Electrical Supplies ~ 808 Ninth Street NW, Washington, D.

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Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "U.S. Treasury, Internal Revenue Department." Measuring the alcohol content of various libations and tonics at the start of Prohibition. National Photo Company Collection glass negative.

Washington, D., circa "U." Measuring the alcohol content of various libations and tonics at the start of Prohibition.

Borden Moon Girl Butter booth at a Washington DC... - WeirdVintage

Borden Moon Girl Butter booth at a Washington DC Food Show, 1922 (via Shorpy)

Flower Girls: 1927

flower children Ruth Jardine her classmates at an Amaryllis show, March 1927

July 1942. Washington, D.C. "Spectators at a baseball game: wives, sweethearts and children of the players; passersby and regular fans." Medium-format nitrate negative by Marjory Collins for the Office of War Information. - Shorpy  Slacks! Sunglasses! Striped shirt! Colored socks and loafers! Terrific view of casual dress during the war.

July Washington, D. "Spectators at a baseball game: wives, sweethearts and children of the players; passersby and regular fans." Medium-format nitrate negative by Marjory Collins for the Office of War Information.

Dog license amnesty. London, 1933

London, (unknown photographer) From the book ‘A Thousand Dogs’ (Raymond Merritt & Miles Barth;

Black Americans during the Great  Depression    http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,2106839_2335558,00.html

Historic Images of African-American Life During the Depression - Photo Essays

Photographs from the Farm Security Administration which collected and kept a record of American life between

March 15, 1926. Washington, D.C. "Lady Cathcart, Austin Fairman & George Vivian." Countess Vera Cathcart, playwright-star of the theatrical flop "Ashes of Love," whose visit to America was notable mostly for a scandal involving a champagne-filled bathtub. National Photo glass negative

" Countess Vera Cathcart, playwright-star of the theatrical flop "Ashes of Love," whose visit to America was notable mostly for a scandal involving a champagne-filled bathtub.

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