Some of the postcards from 1910-1920 show dead bodies, the remains of people executed in judgement and killed in combat.
We've show you photographs of Native Americans in the early 1900s before, most notably Edward C. Curtis's wonderful portraits and ceremonial masks. But nothing betters George Bancroft Cornish's work.
April 1941, and the Greyhound bus terminal at Washington DC is bustling.
Freedom is respecting ‘freedom for the thought that we hate’. Mindful of this, Flashbak looks at the life and times of Roman Totenberg...
In April, May and June 1961, Charles Weever Cushman took these superb photographs of life in London.
Is it bad photography when a snapshot results in a double exposure? Or are these pictures hints of something more, ghosts, wraiths and doppelgangers, apparitions of the living?
I was in town to see a friend on a weekday in October of 1970 and had an hour to kill so I walked around the notorious University of California at Berkeley campus...
On June 13, 1978, The Cramps performed a free concert for patients at the California State Mental Hospital in Napa, California, a place "surrounded by vineyards and dairy farms".
In 1934, the New York Police Department finally let women officers carry guns. The first female cop to fire one in the line of duty was undercover officer Mary Shanley.