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Photograph of Alice Paul, seated at desk, in profile, speaking on telephone, June 1913 | Tumblr

This photo, published in a 1915 issue of "The Suffragist" shows Alice Paul speaking on the telephone. (Library of Congress)

Calling Mr. Hitchcock -  M for Murder

Alfred Hitchcock - Dial M for Murder. The movie was filmed in and the camera couldn't cope with close-ups so Hitchcock, who rarely deviated from his storyboards, had a huge telephone made.

New York: Tenement family in the kitchen c1915.

New York: Tenement family in the kitchen 1915 We have no 1915 family in the slums of new york

JFK with his secretary Evelyn Lincoln. Ever loyal to him, she was in the motorcade in Dallas when he was shot. She visited his gravesite on the anniversary of his death every year until she was unable to physically do so.

President John F. Kennedy and his personal secretary, Evelyn Lincoln. She was his secretary from the day he entered the Senate on January until the day of his assassination on November

phone both cramming by Robert W. Kelley, 1959

Robert W. Kelley, a LIFE magazine photographer documented one “legs-out" attempt at phone booth stuffing by a bunch of college boys in 1959 (via Mental Floss)

'If you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for a moment'       Georgia O'Keeffe  Georgia by A.Stieglitz, 1918

Alfred Stieglitz - Georgia O'Keeffe, 1918 - Gelatin silver print, printed or 3 x 4 in.

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Rare Curved Glass and Mahogany Round Telephone Booth from Paris, France, circa 1950 this would be a beautiful conversation decor piece

Philadelphia 1925, teen boys in young mens suits

1920's Teenagers Mens Fashion - Suit, Shoes, & Hats with Pictures

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“Don't let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment, that was known as Camelot.” Below are brief biographies of the main members of the Kennedy family.

You are looking at an old photo of Secretary Typing. It was created in 1918 by Harris & Ewing.

Old photo of Secretary typing; note the handy phone. It was created in 1918 by Harris & Ewing.