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Weegee, , ca. 1945 (2091.1993)


Weegee, At a Midtown Bar, New York, ca. 1942 (2164.1993)


Weegee, Lovers at the Palace Theater, New York… 24 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

Animal Farm by George Orwell - A Review

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

George Orwell // Animal Farm

Animal Farm (1945)

Animal Farm is an allegorical novella published by George Orwell in 1945.

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Medium Bombardment Attack and Aviation

We’re always glad to see how much video footage from World War II is so easily accessible to us more than 70 years after it was first taken. 61 more words

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Vadim Salmanov: String Quartet no. 1

performed by the Taneyev Quartet

(cover image by Frederic Koberl)

Vadim Nikolayevich Salmanov was born on November 4, 1912 in Saint Petersburg. His musical education began with piano lessons from his father, and was preparing to enter the Leningrad Conservatory when, surprisingly, he decided instead to study geology, and followed through. 827 more words

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This Day In Our Family History

1689/90

Ebenezer Sperry and Abigail Dickerman were married

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Mary Catherine Hammons died at the age of 86 in San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States… 14 more words

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A doggy biscuit

There once was a man and a woman, but then there was another man, and maybe another woman, then there was a dog, because there often must be a dog, otherwise were would we be then? 278 more words

Micro Story

Targeting Formosa

Throughout the campaign to drive the Japanese back to Japan during World War II, bomb groups would be ordered to fly ground support missions. This typically meant targeting ammo dumps, Japanese troops and supplies, antiaircraft gun locations and flying night harassment missions.The A-20 was an effective tool for these missions due to its ability to pack a punch and its light, maneuverable design. 353 more words

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