April 23, 2014

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nagi-hime:

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April 23, 2014

dragracefans:

More SICKENING #DragRace street art from Paris!

Thanks, Surianii!

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April 23, 2014

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April 23, 2014

nyworldsfaircollections:

On This Day: Opening of the 1964 New York World’s Fair

The Fair’s master press kit included a photograph of Robert Moses in front of the Unisphere and a congratulatory letter from former President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Photograph from the Collection at the Queens Museum and letter from the Collection at the Museum of the City of New York.

April 23, 2014
smithsonian:

This is a fragment of the Star-Spangled Banner, which was in the care of the Armistead family for 90 years. They occasionally gave away dozens of small pieces of the flag. The original flag is on display at our Museum of American History and turns 200 this year. 
More about its construction: Why these colors don’t run: Dyeing the Star-Spangled Banner - O Say Can You See?

smithsonian:

This is a fragment of the Star-Spangled Banner, which was in the care of the Armistead family for 90 years. They occasionally gave away dozens of small pieces of the flag. The original flag is on display at our Museum of American History and turns 200 this year. 

More about its construction: Why these colors don’t run: Dyeing the Star-Spangled Banner - O Say Can You See?

April 23, 2014

bobbycaputo:

Striking Photos of Early 20th-Century Baseball Players in Motion

William M. Vander Weyde, a photographer working in New York, made these images of baseball players mid-swing, -run, -hit, or -throw in 1904.

The George Eastman House, which holds many of Vander Weyde’s negatives, has posted a selection of his images on Flickr. “His photographs are strong and exciting and show a rejection of traditional ideas of composition, content, and style,” the curator writes.

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April 23, 2014

archivesfoundation:

Happy 450th birthday, William Shakespeare!

These images are from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library’s collection of Works Progress Administration (WPA) photos, showing an African American production of Macbeth circa 1935. You can find these photos, and several more, online.

April 23, 2014

dancys:

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April 23, 2014
shortformblog:

Here’s a screenshot from an Americans for Prosperity ad ripping Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado, with a grim shot of him and the president.
Why are they so grim? Oh yeah… the photo is from the immediate aftermath of the Aurora shooting. Classy. As you can imagine, people aren’t happy.

shortformblog:

Here’s a screenshot from an Americans for Prosperity ad ripping Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado, with a grim shot of him and the president.

Why are they so grim? Oh yeah… the photo is from the immediate aftermath of the Aurora shooting. Classy. As you can imagine, people aren’t happy.

April 23, 2014
baaddkitty:

I love this too much

baaddkitty:

I love this too much

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