Here are some more rare, historical photos to entertain you as you isolate yourself at home during this horrific pandemic. I hope they will provide a distraction for you so that you can get your mind off all the sad news. I found these photos fascinating and I hope you do too.
This is the second of four sets of rare historical photos on Number 16. I will be posting some more photos tomorrow.
MORE RARE HISTORICAL PHOTOS
The day after the Titanic disaster, London, April 16, 1915
Grand Canyon, 1914
William Harley and Arthur Davidson, 1914
Gaudi's Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain, 1915
1922 Beach police - No swimsuit was allowed to be six inches (15.2 centimetres) above the knee
This is how people took selfies in 1920
The unbroken seal on Tutankhamun's (King Tut's) tomb, 1922
London bus, 1928
View from the top on the opening day of the Empire Stare Building, New York City, 1931
Al Capone's free soup kitchen, Chicago, 1931
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Thursday, April 9, 2020
Amazing and rare historical photos #2
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