The White House at night, under snow, 1907.
A woman surveys a treacherous mountain pass in the Pyrenees of France (1956).
Russian soldiers feeding a polar bear from their tank 1950.
Canadian soldier standing in the mud of the battlefield of Passchendaele, 1917.
A US soldier with a German prisoner of war during the Battle of the Bulge. Belgium. Near Bastogne. December 23rd-26th, 1944.
Socks, the Clinton family’s cat, prepares for a Museum Cats White House briefing. December 5th, 1993.
“1st Cavalry advancing to Pyongyang, soldier Rilly M. Nixon is treated for a hand wound.”, by Hank Walker, 1950.
Nat “Deadwood Dick” Love, undated.
Japanese and European troops at the end of the Boxer Rebellion, 1900.
Sada Abe shortly after getting arrested in Tokyo for strangling her lover and carrying his severed genitals with her for 3 days, May 20 1936.
Country store on a dirt road in Gordonton, North Carolina, 1939.
A black policeman protects a KKK member, as protesters were closing in on them in at a rally in Austin, Texas. 1983
After the armistice agreement, North and South Korean soldiers stand guard at the 38th parallel, Korea. June 1959.
Color by me: Robert Falcon Scott, British naval officer and explorer who died on his attempt to be the first to reach the South Pole, 1912.
Tourists and their guides clambering up the rock slabs of a pyramid, Egypt, circa late 1800s.
Decorated Dutch Colonial Soliders, Dutch East Indies, 1927.
New Zealand soldiers pose with a captured German Mauser T-Gewehr anti-tank rifle near Grevillers, 1918.
Moonshine operation taken down by the Sheriff 1930s Georgia.
Sturmtiger Heavy Assault Gun of Sturmmörser company 1001 abandoned with a broken track in Hützemert – April 1945.
OS2U Kingfisher floatplane at the edge of the seaplane ramp at NAS Pensacola, Florida, early 1941. In the distance, a Consolidated P2Y flying boat is visible laying off shore.
Remarkably similar looking cousins King George V and Tsar Nicholas II one year prior to the outbreak of WWI, Berlin 1913.
“Blackout” is wearing a life jacket made by one of his coast guards, here ready for sea aboard USS LCI(L)-89 and for a dunking, he has hit three battles, in the news in 1944.
Chester E. Macduffee next to his newly patented, 250 kilo/551 lbs diving suit, 1911.
April 30, 1992 Korean American Immigrant store owners arm themselves to defend their businesses in Koreatown, LA at Western Ave and 5th St during Rodney King Riots.
Prisoner in Mongolia. 1913.