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Model Gun | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Tintype of a model gun intended to accompany a patent application. The five-barreled gun, invented by William Bradford, is mounted on wheels.

"An Arctic Scene" by William Bradford

William Bradford was an American romanticist painter, photographer and explorer, originally from Fairhaven, Massachusetts, near New Bedford. His early work focused on portraits of ships in harbor. (Wikipedia) (“Arctic Scene” by William Bradford)

"Brigantine off the Lee Shore" by William Bradford

Brigantine off the Lee Shore (William Bradford - )

First off these dudes need to build a Late model Chevy or Gmc truck ASAP! Second off i love the line "the revival of the classic industrial design that's so missing from modern high volume of transportation." . . . that is so true and one of the reason i want a classic K5 Blazer or Suburban

Icon Bronco by William Bradford. Short documentary showcasing Icon new Bronco project.

Michael Lapides of the New Bedford Whaling Museum adjusts a 19th century model of a Umiak (skin boat). Behind him is a photo mural of the Sermitsialik Glacier, taken during William Bradfords 1869 voyage to Greenland, part of the Arctic Visions - Away then Floats the Ice-Island exhibit at the museum.

Allure of the Arctic on exhibit at New Bedford Whaling Museum

Fifteen-year-old Tracey Campbell also fell victim to serial killer William Bradford.

Fifteen-year-old Tracey Campbell also fell victim to serial killer William Bradford.

Model of wedding registry as a retail ritual, from the article Orchestrating Rituals Through Retailers: An Examination Of Gift Registry, by Tonya Williams Bradford and John Sherry, in the Journal of Retailing, with my own additional notes in orange.

Model of wedding registry as a retail ritual, from the article Orchestrating Rituals Through Retailers: An Examination Of Gift Registry, by Tonya Williams Bradford and John Sherry, in the Journal of Retailing, with my own additional notes in orange.

William Richard Bradford was a killer that portrayed himself as a photographer. In 1984 Bradford met bartender Shari Miller. Promising to help her kick-start a modeling career, he took her to a scenic desert spot outside LA and snapped a few pictures before strangling her to death. He then cut off her tattoos and drove her body back to Hollywood, where he disposed of it in a dumpster. Though he was convicted in only two murders, including Miller’s, it is believed he’s responsible for around…

Chilling Final Photos of Murder Victims Taken by Their Killers – Crime Library - some of these are pretty intense but amazing they exist. They say America produces at least of the world's serial killers. I just SO want to understand why.

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