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Cameras and Jessie Tarbox Beals

Harvard Professor Robin Kelsey describes the technological innovations in the camera, and what impact they had on the ...

St. Louis History - Jessie Tarbox Beals

When she had been a very young woman had saved up whatever coupons she was collecting and she bought herself a very ...

Pioneers of Documentary Photography Featured in New Exhibit on "Scientific Charity"

Exhibition organizers talk about the development of Social Forces Visualized. A boy with leg braces and crutches rests against a ...

Bardo Chill - Distances

G major piano piece (version 01 - opus 09, also titled ''Two People In The Distance'' from the ''Little Motives'' coll., modified for ...

Boston and maritime trade

Harvard Professor Ed Glaeser explains why maritime trade has always been an essential piece of Boston’s economy. From our ...

50 MOST POWERFUL & RARE HISTORICAL PHOTOS (VOL. 59)

50 Best of Old Pics Archive (Vol. 59): 1. Bobbi Gibb, first woman to run the Boston Marathon in 1966, women were not allowed ...

History of New York City transportation

Professor Kate Ascher describes how the history of transportation technology has been closely linked to the development of New ...

The Entertainer Joplin Ragtime and Photoshop colorized photo

The Entertainer by Scott Joplin, a ragtime piano piece. I played The Entertainer on a Yamaha Clavinova piano. The Entertainer ...

The Human Zoo: The Tragic Story of the Inhuman Treatment of a Congolese Man (1999)

Ota Benga (c. 1883[1] – March 20, 1916) was a Congolese man, an Mbuti pygmy known for being featured in an anthropology ...

Herb Weidner Winter Violins

A Winter Day in Manhattan, Times Square in the year 1920. Music for Strings in Ab-Major op.922trio. Photograghy by Jessie ...

MOOC BUDDHA1x | 2.3 Women Mendicants Join the “Cool Revolution”

2.3 Women Mendicants Join the “Cool Revolution” | The Mendicant Sangha and the Cool Revolution in Indic Societies MOOC ...

Jacob Riis: Revealing New York's Other Half

Bonnie Yochelson describes her book, "Jacob A. Riis: Revealing New York's Other Half: A Complete Catalog of His Photographs" ...

Women Making History (4 of 4) Laurel Thatcher Ulrich presents “Making History”

WOMEN MAKING HISTORY - A Maxwell Institute Conference Session 4: “Making History” Featuring Laurel Thatcher Ulrich ...

How the Other Half Still Lives: Tenement Talk from April 28, 2014

Jacob Riis may have died 100 years ago, but his legacy has not been forgotten, especially in light of the current conversation ...

Weirdest Race In History - Near Death, Cheating and Rat Poison

Did I pronounce a bunch of words wrong in this video? Probably... The 1904 Olympic games were host to one of the weirdest ...

Fotográfia felsőfokon - fotókiállítás megnyitója

2013.09.27 Válogatás Howard Grenberg gyűjteményéből Az őszi pezsgő kiállítási szezonban, a 2012-es nagy sikerű Vivian ...

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