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14 Photos That Illumine a Dark Chapter of U.S. History

Seventy-five years after his forebears were sent to internment camps, a photographer is recovering pieces of his lost past.<p>Seventy-five years ago, on February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066. The directive set the stage for the largest forced relocation in …

171,000 photos of Utah history are now free to browse, from JFK to train disasters to naked football players

This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2017, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for …

The face of immigration in the early 1900s

11 PHOTOS<p>Lewis Hines immigration series<p>See Gallery<p>Lewis Hines immigration series<p>Up Next<p>See Gallery<p>Discover More Like This<p>HIDE CAPTION<p>SHOW CAPTION<p>of<p>SEE ALL<p>BACK TO SLIDE<p>Famed photographer Lewis Hine is best known for his documentation of child labor and photographs of the Empire State Building. His …

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Women at Work in 1917

For International Women’s Day 2017, I dug through the archives for a glimpse of what the workplace was like for women a century ago, in 1917. Large numbers of women were involved in the war effort during World War I, volunteering, working as nurses or support, or working in traditionally male jobs …

View Daily Life in a Japanese-American Internment Camp Through the Lens of Ansel Adams

Seventy-five years ago, nearly 120,000 Americans were incarcerated because of their Japanese roots after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. More than …

17 Amazing Vintage Photographs Show the Brutal Lives of American Gangsters from the 1920s and 1930s

In the early 20th century, Chicago was one of the most crime-ridden places in America. After the passage of Prohibition, in 1920, powerful gangs of …

Crime

From bread lines to hunger marches: street photography in the 1930s

Throughout this troubled decade, people took to the streets to seek fair treatment, the right to work – or just some scraps of food<p>Don’t miss the first of the Guardian’s special 1930s supplements, free with Saturday’s newspaper Read more: Are the 2010s really like the 1930s? Plus: What the Great …

Great Depression

15 amazing vintage photographs that capture America’s Great Depression from the 1930s.

bring back some memories<p>6 March 2017<p>135 notes<p>vintage<br>• life<br>• history<br>• people<br>• culture<br>• nostalgia<br>• black and white<br>• photography<br>• 1930s<br>• 1940s<p>15 amazing vintage …

Great Depression

15 Amazing Vintage Photographs That Capture America’s Great Depression from the 1930s

The Farm Security Administration (FSA) was created in 1937 from an earlier agency named the Resettlement Administration, or RA. The RA had been …

Great Depression

25 stunning photos of African-American chorus girls from between the 1920s and ‘30s.

Black History

These amazing photos show Persia becoming modern Iran

Antoin Sevruguin captured the feel of modernity edging in<p>In the second half of the 19th century, Iran was at a crossroads. The pull between Eastern …

Countdown to the second world war - in pictures

Political rallies in Germany and the UK were focus points for the rise of fascism and a place of growing demonstration

Remembrance Day

16th century 'zoological goldmine' discovered – in pictures

It was one of those moments historians dream of. In 2012, Florike Egmond discovered an enthralling collection of 16th-century drawings and watercolours of animals collected by the founding father of zoology Conrad Gessner and his fellow Swiss successor Felix Platter hidden away in the Amsterdam …

South America

These Rare Examples of Early Photography in China Captured a Disappearing World

Caption from Stephan Lowentheil Collection. This striking portrait shows a Chinese actress and an actor in elaborate cos<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Courtesy of the …

New York City

American Photographer and Ethnologist Portrays His Work with Indigenous Cultures In Early 1900s

Who was Edward Sheriff Curtis?<p>Edward Sheriff Curtis was an American Photographer and Ethnologist, born on the 16th of February, 1868 on a farm in …

Puget Sound

EUSA: Europe in America, America in Europe

My project “EUSA” is a reaction to the homogenization of European and American cultures. Globalization has made the uniqueness of a particular country less significant, creating an indistinguishable common world community. Being enthralled by another country’s way of life does not make for an …

War

Hitler and Mussolini: Color Photos of Chummy Warmongers

Not published in LIFE. Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini during Hitler's 1938 state visit to Italy.<br>Hugo Jaeger—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images<p>1 of 6<p>…

World History

Unearthing photos and memories of life in the Lodz ghetto

In 1944, photographer Henryk Ross dug a hole in the ground and buried his negatives — more than 6,000 of them. Ross was the official photographer of the Jewish ghetto in Lodz, Poland. He also lived there.<p>“His intention was really to preserve this record of the tragedy that they were living through, …

Faces from the past: William Eggleston’s portraits of the American south

If there is a must-see photography exhibition this year, <i>William Eggleston</i> <i>Portraits</i> – mainly taken near the photographer's home in the American south …

Street Photography

Shareably

Recent Stories<p>Life<p>Boys Born Two Years Apart Are Twins<p><i>by</i> D.G. Sciortino<p>9 hours ago<p>Life<p>Boys Born Two Years Apart Are Twins<p><i>by</i> D.G. Sciortino<p>9 hours …

Historical Photography

27 Rare Photos Capture Everyday Life of Italians from Late 19th to Early 20th Centuries

Here is a collection of 27 rare photos that show everyday life of Italians in the late 19th century and early years of the 1900s.<p>Naples in the …

Italy

32 Rare and Amazing Vintage Photographs Capture the Ruins of Berlin Through a Soviet War Photographer

Last year, photographer Arthur Bondar heard that the family of a Soviet war photographer was selling his negatives. The photographer, Valery …

Photography

Soldier’s B&W Photos Capture Rare Glimpse of Seoul Rebuilding After Korean War

Born in an area that is now part of North Korea, photographer Han Youngsoo’s work gives us rare insight into how the country rebuilt itself after the Korean War. Fighting on the front lines as a young South Korean soldier, Youngsoo returned to an unrecognizable Seoul after the war ended.<p>Post-war …

North Korea
North Korea

100 Years Ago, the United States Entered World War I

On April 6, 1917, the United States congress voted to formally enter World War I. More than two years of war had been waged in Europe, as the U.S. tried to remain neutral. In early 1917, German submarine attacks on all ships bound for England resumed, adding to the building pressure to join the war …

Portraits of the Great War: Searching for descendants through art

<b>A retired British doctor is hoping to trace the descendants of allied soldiers and nurses portrayed in a celebrated collection of World War One pastels.</b><p>Doug Jenkinson, 70, became aware of the work of Swiss artist Eugene Burnand while exploring his own family history.<p>From 1917-21 Burnand scoured …

Art

The Ruins of Normandy: Color Photos From France, 1944

Ruins, northwestern France, summer 1944, after D-Day.<br>Frank Scherschel—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images<p>1 of 16<p>The ruins left behind after …

History

Historical Pictures from the Meji Era

The New York Public Library is known for its unique rich digital database. More than 700,000 documents are available to download on the library …

New York Public Library

50 Amazing Vintage Photographs That Capture Life of America's Farming Communities During the Great Depression

Born in New York City in 1915, Arthur Rothstein showed an early interest in photography. While studying at Columbia University, he met economics …

National Parks