Nostalgic for days I've never seen.
Julia Hafstrom by Boe Marion for Scandinavia SSAW Autumn/Winter 2013
Municipal Ball, Rio Carnival, Brazil, 1973, Bruno Barbey
Depositors outside Bank of United States after its collapse, 1931. Some of the signs read “The US government is liable, the name was Bank of U.S.”, “No Evictions for Non-Payment of Rent”, “We Demand 100 Cents on Each Dollar Deposited by Small Depositors”, “We Demand Prosecution of All Directors”.
"Migrant Mother" by Dorothea Lange, 1936. A migrant farm worker, Florence Thompson is shown with several of her children. This photo became a symbol of strength & resilience in time of adversity during the Great Depression.
Meet Margot, JD's rabbit (in my blanket fort).
From the book A Personal View: Photography in the Collection of Paul F. Walter
Studio Manasse c.1920s , I love how this image has a German Expressionist feel to it, with the long stretched out shadows on the unsuspecting heroine.
taken from Divas & Lovers, photographic fantasies from Vienna between the Wars
Dancer on a Rooftop, 1947, Tadahiko Hayashi