Douglas MacPherson's wonderful cut-away for the London Underground.
Félix Fénéon (1861-1944) understood the power of a 'tweet' in early 20th-century France. Between May and November 1906, Fénéon's three-line reports appeared in Paris newspaper Le Matin.
In 1954, Krystal Company presented a breezy educational film detailing how staff at its Krystal restaurants should behave and dress.
In 1900 civil rights activist, author and intellectual W.E.B. Du Bois (William Edward Burghardt; 1868-1963) presented a series of 58 hand-drawn infographics for The Exhibit of American Negroes
"These snaps have suffered a bit with age, so I suppose it's a good job I scanned them in before they fade away entirely," says Steve Vaughan of these pictures of his trip to the 19th Reading Festival (August 24-26th 1979).
Princeton University's album of 1100 portraits of boxers from the San Francisco area in the early 20th century is terrific.
I came across this story of a visit by Charlie Chaplin to Chartwell to see Winston Churchill in 1931.
Thor's internal monologue is sublime: "I have feasted on the nectars of wild fruit in the land of the Norns.I have dined in the exalted halls of the godly realms. This day I am offered a Creamsicle."