Thursday, 29 November 2007

Fashion Ads from Ebony Magazine 1970-76.

Celestial Atlas (1826).

19th century map of the heavens.

John Speed's 1611 Map of the British Isles.

London: A Life in Maps.

Fast Food Signs.

'I've been interested in the history of fast food in America for some time and have identified some of the classic signs that remain in the American landscape. '

Neon Signs in Baltimore.

Vietnam 1967-68.

'A selection of images as scanned from a batch of slides I've lucked into. The photographer, unknown...until now.'

Our Man in Hanoi.

'Pictures taken between September 2004 and March 2007 while I was doing volunteer work with KOTO ('

Vietnam on Wheels.

Undark and the Radium Girls.

'In 1922, a bank teller named Grace Fryer became concerned when her teeth began to loosen and fall out for no discernible reason. Her troubles were compounded when her jaw became swollen and inflamed, so she sought the assistance of a doctor in diagnosing the inexplicable symptoms...'

Moon over Pigeon Point Lighthouse.

Space Station over the Ionian Sea.

Handpainted Chinese New Year Poetry.

Headdress of the Longhorn Miao.

Historical Maps of the United States.

19th Century Schoolbooks.

'Eternity' and Arthur Stace.

'Arthur Malcolm Stace (1884 - 30 July 1967), otherwise known as Mr. Eternity, was a homeless Australian man who converted to Christianity and spread his form of gospel by writing the word "Eternity" on sidewalks in Sydney, Australia, using chalk.'

Weeky Puzzle.

A family party included the following people: one grandfather, one grandmother, two fathers, two mothers, four children, three grandchildren, one brother, two sisters, two sons, two daughters, one father-in-law, one mother-in-law, and one daughter-in-law. But there were not as many people in attendance as it sounds. How many were there, and who were they?

The Holy Men of India.

Tombs of the Grand Masters of the Knights of Malta.

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