My Secret Life

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What holds true and does not change is the beauty of powerful cities, architecture, cars, art, ink, and men. Life is complex, joy is momentary.

Thank you to the original artists, you bring joy and beauty to everyday life and to you for following…
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Afro - 1800s Style
What a photo! Can you decipher what the two handwritten words are at the top right? This unknown photo was found in an antique store elegantly bound in a velvet-covered photo album. All that is known is the photographer was Charles Eisenmann and that the photo was taken in the late 1800s or early 1900s in New York. Charles was a famous photographer who is known best for his photos of human oddities. [ Original: Charles Eisenmann 1800s Afro ]

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Afro - 1800s Style

What a photo! Can you decipher what the two handwritten words are at the top right? This unknown photo was found in an antique store elegantly bound in a velvet-covered photo album. All that is known is the photographer was Charles Eisenmann and that the photo was taken in the late 1800s or early 1900s in New York. Charles was a famous photographer who is known best for his photos of human oddities. [ Original: Charles Eisenmann 1800s Afro ]

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Boys & their Toys
Some things will never change - men and their cars! I love the look of Steven J. Pazichuk. Recognize the model of the car? [ Enlarged:  Steven J. Pazichuk ]

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Boys & their Toys

Some things will never change - men and their cars! I love the look of Steven J. Pazichuk. Recognize the model of the car? [ Enlarged:  Steven J. Pazichuk ]

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Two Happy French Pilots
Look at the faces of these two French pilots William McCaig and Lt. Sheehan. On the side of the plane it reads “Do not fly with less than 150 lbs in the gunner’s compartment.” [ Original: William George McCaig & Lt. Sheehan ]

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Two Happy French Pilots

Look at the faces of these two French pilots William McCaig and Lt. Sheehan. On the side of the plane it reads “Do not fly with less than 150 lbs in the gunner’s compartment.” [ Original: William George McCaig & Lt. Sheehan ]

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Spirit Photography
This is such an interesting photo - look at the shadow person above Albert Tomas Drew taken in London during the late 1800s. Double exposure ‘spirit’ photos were a popular novelty & touted as evidence of ghosts. [ Original: Albert Tomas Drew Spirit Photos ]

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Spirit Photography

This is such an interesting photo - look at the shadow person above Albert Tomas Drew taken in London during the late 1800s. Double exposure ‘spirit’ photos were a popular novelty & touted as evidence of ghosts. [ Original: Albert Tomas Drew Spirit Photos ]