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17thC Hugeunot house interior #openhouselondon #spitafields #interiors #archivalphoto


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#TBT to an image of High Park’s West Corner. This image was sketched by John Ellis Jr. in the year 1860! If you are interested in sketching High Park, join botanical artist Nellie Sue Potter for the “Savannah Sketchbook” workshop on Saturday September 28, from 2:30PM- 5:30PM. ✏️ . Get the details and register on our website: Experiences> Adult Programs> Adult Workshops . Register for 2 or more workshops, and get 15% off! . #throwback #throwbackthursday #HighPark #getoutside #outsideforever #greenspace #urbanpark #citypark #archivalphoto #torontoarchives #naturecentre #Adultworkshop #AdultWorkshops #natureworkshop #sketching #sketch #naturejournal #artist #BlackOakSavannah #grassland #handsonlearning


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#ThrowbackThursday Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published July 24, 1974 with caption: "Watching Sunflowers Grow - Six-year-old Heather Williams poses with one of her favourite plants in her Uncle Don Williams' garden on Woodworth Avenue. Last month, the plant was only a few inches high." 📸:St. Thomas Times Journal fonds


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Three black and white photographs used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published November 16, 1981, with captions: “Saying it all - Arthur Voaden Vikings will be representing this county in both halves of Friday's Oxford-Elgin Bowl and these five senior cheerleaders couldn't be happier. Voaden's juniors advanced by rallying from a 21-point deficit to beat Central Elgin Titans 48-30 in the Elgin-Middlesex Bowl at Parkside Collegiate Saturday, while the Viking seniors opened up a huge early lead on their way to a 30-7 pounding of East Elgin Eagles. The happy cheerleaders above, in front, from left, are Anna Wood and Lorri Neil; back, from left, are Carolyn Johnson, Donna Taylor and Janice Winkworth. Two unidentified high school football players used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published 1981. Three unidentified Arthur Voaden Vikings football players at a team practice used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published 1981. 📸: St. Thomas Times Journal fonds


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Style and stylist of the photo shoot ALEKSANDRA LIPOVKA #studio #model #moda #fashionphoto #makeap #beautyportret #archivalphoto


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Monday means it's back to school for the kids again. These kids didn't get to ride a school bus. . Photo taken 1944. This group includes Mary MacDonald, Ralph Pretty, Peter Kilby, Earl Phelps, Audrey Phelps, Evelyn Kholsmith, Evelyn Duncan, Thomas Acton Kilby, and 3 Pennier children. . #backtoschool #monday #bicycle #schooldays #september #archives #archivalphoto #sepia #vintagephoto #history #localhistory #historic #bchistory #harrisonmills #historicbc #bchistory


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Coloured photograph taken in 1956, John Pincombe (on truck) and his friend, Jay Dawson, pictured in loft with C.R. Pincombe, loading hay bales into the hay loft for winter to feed horses, Maudine and Queen. The farm was located on Crescent Avenue in Lynhurst, Ontario.

The following note is written on the reverse of the photograph: "Rings on side of truck sides were to tie the horses to when we went to Fall Fairs. They were almost all outside - no inside arenas. Horses were tied to side of truck. This truck didn't carry the horses - only the buggy's & harness til Pap [C.R. Pincombe] got a proper (and expensive) trailer. There was a special truck for the horses!" 📸:Ken Verrell Collection


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Today we celebrate 250 years since the birth of Alexander von Humboldt. He was a Prussian polymath, geographer, naturalist, explorer, and influential proponent of Romantic philosophy and science. /“Portrait of Alexander von Humboldt”, 1806, by Georg Friedrich Weitsch. Credit: akg-images⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #akgimages #akgimageslondon #picturelibrary #imagearchive #pictureresearch #archivalphoto #akg_fineart #akg_science #portrait #science #scientist #researcher #botany #flower #ethnology #explorer #expedition #germanscience #scientist #traveller


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High grain beach days. In contrast to today’s ultra-sharp digital photos, the Don Jim archive contains many high grain vintage silver gelatin prints. . . #blackandwhitephotos #vintagebeach #beachumbrellas #analog #photoseries #grainyphotography #grainyphoto #highgrain #artphoto #artphoto_bnw #vintageamerica #retrophotography #beachnostalgia #mytexturefix #archivalphoto #fineartphoto #silvergelatinprint


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Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published March 14, 1981 with caption:"Friday the 13th... Who Cares? - It was Friday the 13th yesterday and to ward off any bad luck, the students at Southwold Public School dressed up while their teachers "dressed down". Here Steve Wittland, 9, defies superstition as he goes under a ladder while leaving the special reading class of Mrs. Doris McNaughton." 📸:St. Thomas Times Journal fonds


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#TBT to High Park in 1995! These two kids had a blast jumping off logs, while rocking some warm sweaters! Soon enough, we’ll all be putting on our sweaters when spending time outside (unless maybe you have already?) 🧥🍂 . #throwback #throwbackthursday #HighPark #summer #summertime #fall #getoutside #outsideforever #greenspace #urbanpark #citypark #archivalphoto #torontoarchives #naturecentre


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#ThrowbackThursday Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published January 7, 1980 with caption: "Here we go again - The calling of another election has once again set the wheels in motion locally, gearing up for Feb. 18. Election central, on St. Catharine's Street, was a blur of activity Saturday as Muriel Crinklaw, returning officer for a riding of Elgin, mailed out election notices to the 45,000 eligible voter; notices which were typed by enterprising young part-timers like Kim Johnson, 15, (below foreground) and Cheryl Nicll, 16, (background). Mrs. Crinklaw said there will be no door-to-door enumeration this time, just a revised voters' list." 📸:St. Thomas Times Journal fonds


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We pause today to remember #September11 and the sacrifices of our brave first-responders and families left behind. #NeverForget . . The young woman photographed here, dressed in a white dress and sailor hat in front of a backdrop of palm trees, holds a United States flag which was presented to “General Anderson” before his company went overseas in WWI.


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#WayBackWednesday Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published June 5, 1969 with caption: "Anchor Painted - Silhouetted under the stern of the Walter Mac of Port Stanley is John Warren, Port Burwell. At this time of year, fishing tugs from Port Dover to Port Stanley make use of the marine railway and repair facilities of Ralph Hurley at Port Burwell. The Walter Mac will be high and dry for three days mainly for inspection and painting." 📸:St. Thomas Times Journal fonds


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'William Blake' exhibition opens today at @tate Britain. Blake (1757 - 1827) was an English poet, painter, and printmaker. Largely unrecognised during his lifetime, he is now considered a seminal figure in the history of the poetry and visual arts of the Romantic Age. Here is one of his most famous works, “Newton” from 1795. Credit: akg-images / Erich Lessing⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #akgimages #akgimageslondon #picturelibrary #imagearchive #pictureresearch #archivalphoto #akg_fineart #williamblake #fineart #britishart #tatebritain #newton #mathematics #physics #monotype #print #watercolour #portrait #poetry #poet #britishpoet


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Today is the last day of the Steam 2019 Barista Competition in St. Thomas at CASO Station. Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published April 8, 1969 with caption: " One of the first money-making ventures planned by members of Epsilon Psi Chapter of Beta Gamma Sorority since the chapter was formed in April, 1968, was the wig and coffee party held at the home of their social director, Mrs. F.E. Coughlin, 12 Pinafore Crescent. The event, held in February, 1969, with a great success and pictured as they are ready to serve coffee and a delicious array of fancy cakes are (left to right): Mrs. R.J. Goble, Mrs. Brian Wrigglesworth and Mrs. Coughlin." Think the ladies of Epsilon Psi Chapter of Beta Gamma would have a shot at the competition? 📸:St. Thomas Times Journal fonds


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Fontaine Locomotive, 1880. Published in St. Thomas: 100 Years a City 1881-1981, p. 17, with caption: "The Fontaine Engine 1880. The rather well-known but short-lived locomotive was designed by Eugene Fontaine of Detroit in 1880. There were only three built; one was used in St. Thomas for service on the Canadian Division of the Canada Southern Railway (CSR). The Fontaine had a so-called friction drive, consisting of a large pair of driving wheels mounted over the boilers with conventional cylinders set at an angle for greater motivation. The pair of drivers rested upon a smaller rim attached to a bearing wheel, or driver, which in turn ran on the rail. The idea was that the friction gearing would produce higher speeds. Technicians scoffed at the idea and engine crews intensely disliked the rather awkward looking machine. It was a fact, however, that the Fontaine was extremely fast and efficient on passenger trains. However, it was too light for freight purposes. It soon disappeared; the St. Thomas engine left the service of the Canadian Division in February, 1882." View includes a track switch (foreground), and a mortarboard-style signal (right). 📸:Ian D. Cameron Collection - Photographs Series


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Pieter Bruegel (also Brueghel) the Elder (c. 1525-1530 – 9 September 1569), painter and printmaker from Brabant, known for his landscapes and peasant scenes. His innovative choices of non-religious subject matter, made him one of the most significant artists of Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Credit: The Tower of Babel, by Brueghel, Pieter the Elder, c. 1525/30–1569.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #akgimages #akgimageslondon #picturelibrary #imagearchive #pictureresearch #archivalphoto #akg_fineart #towerofbabel #PietertheElder #Brueghel #bible #Renaissance #dutchart #architecture #vienna #fienart


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To celebrate #backtoschool here’s a neat photo in our archival collection of both the old and the new schools in Milton, Yarmouth, NS. This photo was taken in January 1960. #yarmouthschools #yarmouthnovascotia #schoolsinnovascotia #archivalphoto #newandold #schoolattendance #archivesinnovascotia #yarmouthmuseum #visityarmouth #yarmouthhistory #history


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To celebrate #backtoschool here’s another photo, this one is of a grade 6 class at Centre School in 1917. #schoolsinyarmouth #schoolsinnovascotia #archivalphoto #photocollection #schoolsuppliesforeveryone #yarmouthmuseum #yarmouthnovascotia #schoolin1917


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It was #backtoschool this week and we thought we’d celebrate with a 1910 photo of a graduating class from Yarmouth Academy. #timeshavechanged #fancydress #yarmouthmuseum #yarmouthnovascotia #school #graduatingclass #graduatesin1910 #archivalphoto #archives #photocollection


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Photographs depicting the Town of Aylmer's restoration of the Aylmer Old Town Hall, which began in July 1981. These photographs were taken ca. 1981-1982. The Aylmer Old Town Hall was restored for the purposes of housing the Aylmer Public Library on its' ground floor at 38 John Street South, Aylmer. The Grand Opening of the Aylmer Old Town Hall Library took place on June 18, 1982. 📸:Blair Barons Collection


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#TBT to a day in the year 1910! By the looks of it, this day was a busy day and many people came to visit High Park. Other than during Cherry Blossom season, the park is at its busiest in the summer. With the onset of Fall, and the return of children to school, we might be seeing fewer people in the park as the days go by. 🌳 . #throwback #throwbackthursday #HighPark #summer #summertime #fall #getoutside #outsideforever #greenspace #urbanpark #citypark #archivalphoto #torontoarchives #naturecentre


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Engage in a conversation about art. “It wasn’t art that I was interested in,” #RichardDiebenkorn once said. “It was drawing and painting...I had no real understanding of drawing and painting as art.” . Pictured here is a #tbt view of the artist’s Ocean Park studio in the beachside city of Santa Monica. Diebenkorn, on the left, is speaking with art dealer Larry Rubin, with Ocean Park #103 hanging in front of them (Santa Monica, Calif., 1979). Photograph by Marina Schinz . Ocean Park #103, 1977, oil on canvas, 93 x 93 in. (236.2 x 236.2 cm) . Quote taken from an oral history interview with Susan Larsen, May 1, 1985, @Smithsonian Archives of American Art, @archivesamerart . . . #RichardDiebenkorn #Diebenkorn #RDFArchives #archives #archivalphoto #DiebenkornInsights #DiebenkornQuote #DiebenkornLineandSpace #oiloncanvas #color #abstractart #postwarart #colorharmony #paint #OceanParkpaintings #OceanPark #California #landscapepainting #westcoastmood #summer #SF #SFBayArea #modernart #Smithsonian #ArchivesofAmericanArt #instadaily #instagram #throwbackthursday


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Back to school with a ✨NEW✨ Heritage Winnipeg Blog! Learn how the St. Boniface Normal School has adapted to meet the changing needs of its community for over 100 years - link in our bio! Thank you to our blog sponsor @yarrowsash Image of the St. Boniface Normal School from the Winnipeg Public Library PastForward collection. #backtoschool #winnipegheritage #designatedheritage #winnipeghistoricbuildings #winnipeghistory #sustainability #adativereuse #archivalphoto


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#FirstDayofSchool Black and white photograph used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published September 8, 1953 with caption: "It Was the Same at Every School - Thousands of bright-eyed youngsters, eager to resume their studies, were on hand at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning as schools in St. Thomas and Elgin opened for the fall term. This group of students assembled at Wellington Street Public School. Left to right in the front row are Barbara Hovey, 8; Mary Jane Raven, 7, and Susan Rankin, 6." Photograph part of St. Thomas Times Journal fonds


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#LaborDay is the perfect time for some end of the summer grilling! Do you have any cookout plans? 🍴 . . . #cooking #grilling #barbecue #weekend #museum #archives #archivalphoto #photooftheday #blackiowa #blackhistory #iowahistory #thisisiowa


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All photography packages / collections come with at least one tangible piece of art, like these glass photo boxes. Perfect for shelves and coffee tables or Christmas gift for grandparents! 🎁⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Only a few spots left for fall. 🍁🍂⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Email me today!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #racheldebellphotography #racheldebell #printsoverpixels #memoriesliveinprint #printboxes #glassboxes #printyourwork #printyourphotos #fineartalbum #fineartprints #babyalbum #photographs #archivalphoto #fineartprints #dallasfamilyphotos #dallasfallphotos #dallasholidayphotos #dallasfamilyohotographer #dallasnewbornphotographer #dallasnewbornphotos #lifestylenewbornsession #dallaslifestylenewborn


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Maybe some people forget how this part of hollywood looked like before the construction of the W Hotel. During the. Demolition I shot this photo during a gloomy winter day . . . #hollywood #hollywoodblvd #losangelesworld #losangeleslife #ontheroad #graffiti #painting #documentary #archivalphoto #photoarchive #losangelesproject #whotel #taftbuilding


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#TBT to the summer of 1995 where a Teen Leadership Camp was having some fun in High Park. Many of our summer volunteers are teen leaders and since we are nearing the end of our 2019 Summer Camp, we wanted to give a special thank you to not just the teen leaders but all of the leaders who helped with our summer camp and other summer programs! 🤸‍♀️ . #throwback #throwbackthursday #HighPark #summer #summertime #getoutside #outsideforever #greenspace #urbanpark #citypark #archivalphoto #torontoarchives


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#throwbackthursday Five black and white photographs used in St. Thomas Times-Journal article published September 12, 1970 with captions: •" During the daylight hours of the opening day at the 1970 Western Fair, few people strolled through the midway area to test their skills, feed their carnival appetites, or haggle over souvenirs. Once night fell, however, the midway took on an entirely different complexion. It became a festival of lights, of raucous sound, of milling people who boosted a rather light morning attendance to a figure of 29,513 paid admissions." •" One of the most breath-taking rides on the midway of the Western Fair is the whirlaway ride which attracted hundreds of thrill-seekers on the fair's opening day. Screams and giggles of delight, strained facial expressions, and a common feeling of pleased gratitude at returning to solid ground characterized the feelings of those who rode on the tilting, spinning, dizzying ride." •" The headline troupe at the free grandstand show yesterday was the Hubert Castle International Circus and the audience favourite was wild animal trainer Joseph Hartman with his three lions and four tigers. While the animals appear quite cool in this picture, Hartman was even cooler as he ran the animals through their paces. Photographer was not inside the cage, as it may appear, but rather shooting through the security bars when this picture was taken." •" No midway is complete without pretty girls. Usually, though, the girls are visitors, rather than concession operators, but at the Western Fair anything goes so you can expect such comely young salesladies as the one above. The girl, Marg Andrews, 19, of London, helped operate a booth which sold stuffed animals, dolls, elongated rubber horns and assorted other memorabilia of the 1970 fair." •" During the day, the Silver Dome bandshell on the Western fairgrounds offered continuous free entertainment, but at night the dome was turned into a stage for square-dancing competitions. The Checkboard Squares of Listowel, pictured above, placed second in the 10-years and under category and will compete in the finals of the dancing next Friday night." Photograph part of St. Thoma


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somedays the weight of the world is heavier than the prayers on my tongue. #xodvf


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Happy #InternationalDogDay! 🐕 Check out our story for a slideshow of more photos from our collections of people with their fur babies. . . . #DogDay #dogphoto #dogsofinstagram #dogstagram #museum #archivalphoto #photooftheday #blackhistory #blackiowa #iowa #iowahistory #dogsofiowa


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#TBT to an aerial view of the area a little bit west of High Park sometime between the 1980 and 1998. In the bottom-right corner, you can see part of Grenadier Pond! Its kind of amazing to think about how much the areas around the High Park have grown and changed. 🌳 . #throwback #throwbackthursday #HighPark #summer #summertime #getoutside #outsideforever #greenspace #urbanpark #citypark #archivalphoto #torontoarchives #aerialphotography #naturecentre #westend #aerialphoto


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The forever classic, archival, #tbt. We love you Uncle joe! 💟💪


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✋🏿 Raise your hand if you're excited for the opening of Untangling the Roots on September 7! This photo of the Wright family is one example of what you'll see when you visit. It shows Mrs. Mary Wright wearing a hairstyle that was popular in the early 1900s. This style called for an abundance of long straight hair that could be piled high on the head. . 📷: Portrait of the Wright family - Abe, Mary, Clive, and Leroy Collection of the AAMI – Gift of Mary Graves . . #blackhair #untanglingtheroots #vintagephoto #1900s #archivalphoto #iowahistory #museum #archives #photooftheday #potd


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#archive2015 #archive #archivephoto #archivalphoto #photo #photooftheday #photogrid #photoshoot #photographer #photos #photograph #photoftheday #photoaday #photoofday #photoday #pic #архив #архивноефото #архив2015 #фото #фотосессия #фотограф #фотография #фотосет #фотодня


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These two 72 inch tall photo-artworks are the beginning of a new style for me. They are the result of multiple photos being stitched together to create a single piece of art. La Madre Tiierra (Mother Earth) is on the left and Tree of Souls is on the right, #LeCravenPhotography #LeCravenFineArtPhotography #LaMadreTierra #TreeofSouls #gallerywrapcanvas #giclee #gicleephoto #gicleephotograph #gicleephotography #archival #archivalphoto #lecraven #saguarophoto #eucalyptusphoto #saguaro #eucalyptus #treephoto #desertartisans #desertartisansgallery #tucsonartist #tucsonphotographer #landscapes #landscapephotography


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#TBT to August 1981 where one of the lifeguards at the High Park pool seems to have gotten tired of all the rain. Since the records began in 1840, the August of 1981 was recorded as the 4th wettest! Considering all the rain and thunder we’ve seen so far this month we may very well be seeing another change in the records. 🌧⛱ . #throwback #throwbackthursday #HighPark #summer #summertime #getoutside #outsideforever #greenspace #urbanpark #citypark #blackandwhitephoto #archivalphoto #torontoarchives #blackandwhitephotography #lifeguard #lifeguards #lifeguardonduty


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"The Castle" 494 College Avenue in Winnipeg’s North End Built in 1906-1907 by Oilvo, Angelo and Santi Biollo, three brothers from Venice, Italy, it was home to all three brothers and their families, with each living on their own floor. The Queen Anne Revival house still stands in 2019 with the much of the ornate exterior intact. Relegated to the City of Winnipeg’s Commemorative List in 2014, the historic house is afforded no legal protection and can be both altered or demolished. #winnipeghistoricalbuildings #deserve2preserve #archivalphoto #winnipeghistory #winnipegheritage #heritageatrisk Image courtesy of the Biollo-Doyle family.


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Black and white photograph published in the West Lorne Sun and Rodney Mercury, April 19, 1973. Annotated verso: Camping season opened at Lakewood Trailer Estates. Photograph part of West Lorne Sun and Rodney Mercury fonds


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#WorldElephantDay Ringling Brothers Circus elephants parading on Talbot Street, St. Thomas, ca. 1895. Photograph part of Ian D. Cameron Collection - Photographs Series


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At auction. Early Don Jim experiment with combining two different images so as to give identifiable form to the paint scrapings found on walls. www.ebth.com is auction site. Search Don Jim photography. One more day remaining. . . . #midcenturyphotographer #tv_hiddenbeauty #obsolete_vintage #darkroomprint #primepeel #photoseries #archivalphoto #photomanipulation #photographerseye #filmphotography #artphoto #analogfilmlab #peelingpaintporn #peelingpaintphotography #photoabstractimage #abstractimage


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TBT to July 29, 1913 where the children from the High Park Forest School were participating in what looks like some fun early morning stretching. It is kind of amazing to think about how this photo was taken before the Forest School building (our current location) was even built! The children truly spent every single waking moment outside in High Park to help them heal. . #throwback #throwbackthursday #HighPark #summer #summertime #getoutside #outsideforever #greenspace #urbanpark #citypark #blackandwhitephoto #archivalphoto #torontoarchives #blackandwhitephotography #naturecentre #forestschool #foresthealing


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#Repost @theneuro_montreal with @get_repost ・・・ Today is #ThrowBackThursday! Check out this great picture from 1990 of Norma Isaacs, operating room supervisor for The Neuro. . "What I think about when I think of her is kindness," says Dr. Richard Leblanc, neurosurgeon and coauthor of The Wounded Brain Healed, a book about The Neuro's history. . "The job of OR Supervisor is the second most important job in the hospital, after the Director of Nursing. She manages every aspect of the OR, from the purchase of drapes and instruments, to the training of nurses, to dealing firmly with the delicate egos of the surgical staff." . "Her attitude was that once patients crossed the OR doors, they were hers to care for as much as they were the surgeon's. Think of the operating room as a schooner and Miss Isaacs as the captain. All on board want to get to safe harbor and Miss Isaacs made it happen." . "I asked her once why she had a picture of Anwar Sadat on her office wall. She looked up at me from her desk and said simply, 'Blessed are the Peacemakers.' Ultimately, that's all you need to know about her." . . . 📷 W. Feindel and R. Leblanc. The Wounded Brain Healed - The Goldren Age of the Montreal Neurological Institute, 1934-1984. (Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2016) . #NormaIsaacs #Throwbackthursday #neurology #hospitallife #Montreal #Canada #McGill #TheNeuro #PeopleFirst #Compassion #Care #PatientCare #PatientsFirst #BlackWomenDidThat #blackandstem #TBT #ArchivalPhoto #NeuroHistory #MontrealHistory #WomeninSTEM


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#TBT to the start of ASCSA Corinth Excavations on March 23rd, 1896. “Began north of Public School with 6 men to uncover an inscribed marble epistyle block seen by Mitchhöfer over 10 years ago.” [Ι-37] . #TBT στις 23 Μαρτίου 1896 όταν ξεκίνησαν οι Ανασκαφές Κορίνθου της Αμερικανικής Σχολής. «Αρχίσαμε βόρεια άπο το δημόσιο σχολείο με 6 άνδρες για να ανακαλύψουμε ένα μαρμάρινο ενεπίγραφο επιστύλιο που την είχε δεί ο Mitchhöfer πρίν 10 χρόνια.» [Ι-37] . . . . . . #tbt #throwback #throwbackthursday #tbthursday #archive #archival #archivalphoto #excavation #corinth #ancientcorinth #archaeology #greece #greece🇬🇷 #peloponnese


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By the Grace of the Fire and the Flame. www.shaunhines.co.uk @hines_shaun @uob_photoma2019 #unfixed #fineartphotography #photography #lens #vision #universityofbrighton #archivalphoto


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Rising Mist from the Whispers series. #weather #naturephoto #inkjetprint #archivalphoto


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Movie set? Porn castle? Better homes and gardens? Absolutely no idea. What’s your best guess?


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“At some point in life the world's beauty becomes enough. You don't need to photograph, paint, or even remember it. It is enough.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ― Toni Morrison (18 February 1931 - 5 August 2019)⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #akgimages #akgimageslondon #picturelibrary #imagearchive #pictureresearch #archivalphoto #akg_history #akg_vintage #tonimorrison #americanwriter #americanliterature #otd #akg_culture #literature #riptonimorrison #quote #inspiration


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Back in the day in the desert. Martin Izquierdo on photoshoot for Victoria’s Secret. Wings are timeless, like Izquierdo Studio. #archivalphoto #photography #nature #desert #westcoast #photoshoot #wings #model # for @victoriassecret #memories #unforgettable


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It's #InternationalBeerDay Here is a black and white negative photograph, featuring the Rodney Beer Store. Captioned: "Rodney's new brewers' retail store will open for business on Monday. The big cement block building measures 33 by 85 feet. The door at the left end is for unloading. The centre section is the store and the right hand end is the the refrigeration room." Published by the Mercury-Sun on February 20, 1957 📸: Harley Lashbrook Collection - Photographs series


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TBT to June 21, 1924 where it was clearly a great day for some summer lawn bowling! Did you notice the small wooden building in the back of this photo? After being the High Park Lawn Bowling Club’s main facility, it was the High Park Nature Centre for almost 15 years before our big move to the Forest School building in 2015! 🎳🏡 . #throwback #throwbackthursday #HighPark #summer #summertime #getoutside #outsideforever #greenspace #urbanpark #citypark #blackandwhitephoto #archivalphoto #torontoarchives #blackandwhitephotography #lawnbowling #bowling #naturecentre


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This perfectly pastel toned photo of @HudsonBay's old location in Vernon, BC was taken in 1966. Although the iconic “Ribbon B Bay” logo was introduced in 1965, the Vernon store still sports one of the company’s older signage styles. The building was originally built in 1912. HBC extended the store’s space in 1954 and again in 1960. | #HBCCorporateCollection #HudsonsBayCompany #HudsonsBay #HBC #VernonBC #vintagephoto #archivalphoto #retailhistory #1960s #1966


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In the 70’s when the urban planning of lower Manhattan was underway, locals turned an empty landfill into a beach. 📸 by @nytarchives


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Don't forget that our current exhibit, Driven By Hope, closes this Friday! Visit the Museum this week to learn about African Americans who found success in Iowa after migrating from the South, like Lawrence Jones, who founded a trade and industrial school for African American children based on the work of Booker T. Washington. . 📷 Portrait of Laurence Jones, Grace Allen Jones, and sons Laurence and Turner. Collection of the AAMI – Gift of Terry Strother . . . #blackhistory #iowahistory #museum #vintagephoto #archivalphoto


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Swimming in #LakeWashington in the 1920s. Such a fun pastime, almost a century ago. #SeattleTennisClub #FromTheArchives


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