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  2. tacerror:

    French officer enjoys a pipe, circa 1890.

    From the Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection.

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  3. chubachus:

    A crowd watching two boxers facing off in a quarry, 1855. By Oscar Gustav Rejlander.

    Source.

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  4. historicaltimes:

    Disabled veteran, San Francisco 1943

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  5. revoltedstates:

    "King Sulivan; served in the 4th Kentucky Volunteers, United States Army; noted in frame: King Sulivan, Ky. Vol., Co. F, 4th Reg, 3rd Div. Age’d 18 years…kicked and killed by horse, three days after returning home to Ky."

     
  6. composersdoingnormalshit:

    John Philip Sousa lousy with dogs.

     
  7. chubachus:

    Members of a San Francisco firefighter company posing with a mobile fire hose on Meiggs Wharf, c. 1855.

    Source.

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  9. revoltedstates:

    I think this is Civil War veteran Alfred A. Stratton, who lost both his arms from a cannon shot outside Petersburg, VA, June 1864. Stratton became an Episcopal minister after the war:

    http://www.healio.com/orthotics-prosthetics/news/print/o-and-p-business-news/%7Bb0c32cf0-2bd0-469e-aa99-d9877846cffd%7D/civil-war-amputee-ended-up-a-minister-husband-and-father

    (Source: crystal-fur-vault)

     
  10. sapta-loka:

    Home made strings, American South, 1870

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  12. sharksouls:

    matt-meowstic:

    sinclair-atomos:

    sharksouls:

    talk dirty to me

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    TOO MUCH DIRTY

    sorry

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    (Source: chalksouls, via hash-slingingdoodlebob)

     
  13. wahnwitzig:

    German soldiers in the trenches, WWI

    (Source: ebay.com, via meninroad)

     
  14. demons:

    Back view of a full kit carried in front line by American infantry.

    (Source: iwm.org.uk, via meninroad)

     
  15. greeneyes55:

    Paris 1958

    Photo: Christer Strömholm 

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