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The Farm Telephone. I have one of these hanging in my dining room. Still has batteries too!

old sewing photos - I asked myself why this lady would be outside sewing on her machine. I came to the conclusion that maybe it was hot in the house or she could see better in the light. ....just my thoughts

old sewing photos - I asked myself why this lady would be outside sewing on her machine. I came to the conclusion that maybe it was hot in the house or she could see better in the light.

probably around 1930's.. an old farmhouse kitchen. Note the counter slanted towards the sink for water runoff..

I remember my grandmother always had on an apron! (this is a fantastic photograph) Wearing an apron to protect your limited wardrobe. Apron's had multi-purposes.I too remember by Grandmama always wearing an apron.

July 1939. Corner of a sharecropper's kitchen showing stove and butter churn. Person County, North Carolina. by Dorothea Lange.

Many families lived with this simple kitchen set up in rural areas throughout the This photo is from July Corner of a sharecropper's kitchen showing stove and butter churn. by Dorothea Lange.

1909 Born Stove  Funny, in those days, the women in my family were proud, of everyday achievement.  They were the cornerstone of family. The strength of the community.

This picture shows a woman cooking in an old wood stove. The picture was taken in It looks like she is baking bread. (My Grandmother taught me to bake my first loaf of bread in a stove simpler to this

Women use your vote! 1920

27 Badass Ladies Who Secured Your Right to Vote

Women were reviled, kicked, beaten, ostracized and battled so women could vote. Don't disrespect their sacrifice by not exercising your vote -- every time you have the chance. -- "An American suffragette proclaiming 'Women! Use your vote,' circa "

In 1876, six years after the death of Charles Dickens, the streets of the English capital still looked very much like the famous author had described. Poverty, disability and filth were everywhere: people lived a precarious and marginal existence working on the streets of London. Two men became determined to document this – and the book they produced shocked a nation.

photographer John Thompson show the reality of existence in the when photography was in its infancy. In 1876 he set out with writer Adolphe Smith and together the pair spoke to people and the shots were later published in magazine, Street Life in London.

1922 4 girls pushing a doll in a toy stroller Vintage Black & White Photograp e7 | eBay

1922 4 girls pushing a doll in a toy stroller Vintage Black & White Photograp e7

1922 4 girls pushing a doll in a toy stroller Vintage Black & White Photograp

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