Neatorama Posts Tagged "vintage photos"
Phone Lines of Stockholm in the Late Nineteenth Century...

A limitation of the first phone lines in the late...  ...that looked like fibers connected to a loom.These vintage photos show the Telefontornet, the telephone exchange to...  ...wer stood until 1953 when it caught fire.See more photos by browsing the collection at Stockholm's Museum...

http://www.neatorama.com/2014/09/02/Phone-Lines-of-Stockholm-in-the-Late-Nineteenth-Century/
The Very First Color Photographs of the United States...

This photograph of Mulberry Street in New York City was taken around 1900. The color makes it seem so much more real than the pictures we are used to seeing of that era. You can almost pick out your own ancestors!You're...

http://www.neatorama.com/2014/05/17/The-Very-First-Color-Photographs-of-the-United-States/
Surreal Paintings Inspired By Vintage Vacation Photos

Drawing influence from classic photographs, surrea...  ...imagery with an old school appeal. He integrates vintage vacation photos , and other old timey elements, into his oil paint...

http://www.neatorama.com/2013/12/29/Surreal-Paintings-Inspired-By-Vintage-Vacation-Photos/
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Baby Pictures...

Most children in the 1880s had few, if any, portraits taken before they grew up. Franklin Roosevelt, being a child of privilege, had many. Just look at him here with his lovely baby curls and feathered bonnet, in a wicke...

http://www.neatorama.com/2013/10/04/Franklin-D-Roosevelts-Baby-Pictures/
Are These The Real Life Inspirations For My Little Ponies?...

We all know that John is a total Brony, but I don't even think he could handle these real life versions who were three-quarter Clydesdale and one-quarter French. I've gotta say, as someone who has been around plenty of r...

http://www.neatorama.com/2012/08/18/Are-These-The-Real-Life-Inspirations-For-My-Little-Ponies/
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