Blog Post Category Archive (History)

  1. Fujiya Hotel

    “Fujiya Hotel opened in 1878. It was the first western style hotel in Japan. John and Yoko and Sean used to stay here before John got shot in Strawberry Fields. Einstein stayed here before he died of internal bleeding in

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  2. A National Treasure

    One of my favorite moments in television.

  3. Totem Poles of Alaska 1910-1920

    The Frank and Frances Carpenter Collection consists of photographs produced and gathered by Frank G. Carpenter (1855-1924) and his daughter Frances (1890-1972) to illustrate his writings on travel and world geography. Carpenter’s works helped popularize cultural anthropology and geography in

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  4. Classic Sesame Street

    Shape Organization Quilt Patterns Philip Glass – Geometry of Circles Block Civilization Balancing Apples Kerosene Oil Lamp Building A Log Cabin Jump Rope Contest Ice The Number 9/Pinball Animation Film is Magic Pottery We’re Five Mexican Resturaunt Red Ball 1-2-3

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  5. Gloria Steinem

    “Gratitude never radicalized anybody. Because if we spend too much time and energy being so grateful that we have the right to an abortion or the right to vote, then there’s the possibility of that gratitude turning into complacency. We

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  6. Hard Rocks & High Plains Drifters

    There are literally hundreds of images in this suite and these are the least number of images I was able to whittle it down to. Thanks to Opium Fields for this archive.

  7. The Wild International

    “The Wild International is an international collective of creatives. We follow no set rules to express our creativity. We create for the sake of wanting to express our ideas under our unifying ideology of freedom, fun, self determination and the

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  8. Hobo Signs

    Beginning in the 1880’s up until World War Two, hoboes placed markings on fences, posts, sidewalks, buildings, trestles, bridge abutments, and railroad line side equipment to aid them and others of their kind in finding help or steering them clear

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