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rogerwilkerson:  More snow… San Francisco, 1954, photo by Joe Rosenthal, San Francisco Chronicle. Source  You have to pity the folks up North.

rogerwilkerson: “ More snow… San Francisco, photo by Joe Rosenthal, San Francisco Chronicle. Source ” You have to pity the folks up North.

Celebrate #BastilleDay with photos of Paris in 1946: http://ti.me/1DeN6zH

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In the winter of like countless travelers before him through the centuries, LIFE photographer Ed Clark fell under the spell cast by the great, gorgeous city of Paris.

Times Square 1954 Sitting Bull Billboard New York City Vintage by Christian Montone, via Flickr

Times Square 1954 Sitting Bull Billboard New York City Vintage by Christian Montone

The border between Brazil and Argentina...Iguassu Falls...this one is the Devil’s Throat (Garganta del Diablo), w h i c h has a classic horseshoe shape and drops into a deep chasm.

Iguaçu Falls, Brazil and Argentina. Eleanor Roosevelt upon seeing them said something like "rather makes our Niagra Falls look like a leaky faucet.

53 imagens 'esquecidas' do passado | Estilo

53 imagens 'esquecidas' do passado

The observatory on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building, NYC, 1950

New York City. The Empire State Building. The observatory on the floor. by George Rodger. In this iconic image by George Rodger, the Magnum photographer captures the observatory on the floo.

WARSAW CITIZENS RETURN, FEBRUARY 1945

Warsaw Citizens Return to a devastated city, February 1945

Jackie_John-F-Kennedy: September 1953

JFK and Jackie Kennedy. The original dream couple. The picture of perfection in a family where dark clouds of tragedy were never far.

More historic snow photos from the Bay Area - The Poop

More historic snow photos from the Bay Area

People seemed to like the century of San Francisco snow post from last week, so I took a trip back down to the Chronicle archives and came up with more photos featuring snow in other parts of the B…

The Inca Empire only lasted about a century. When the Spanish conquistadors arrived, the intricate road made it easier for them to move around and access precious mines that the Incas themselves had been exploiting. Today, families walk from the center of Cusco to a temple site at Sacsayhuaman to celebrate Inti Raymi, the Inca Festival of the Sun.

For Inca Road Builders, Extreme Terrain Was No Obstacle

opens June Families walk from the center of Cusco toward the temple site at Sacsayhuaman to celebrate Inti Raymi, the Inka Festival of the Sun. June Photo by Doug McMains, NMAI.

Old Italian or Old Spanish countryside 1940s 1930s

When I was in Paris I noticed every Parisian had a grocery basket. I want to live there and have my own. In a French village Photographer unknown

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On the Fourth of July, LIFE offers a selection of photos celebrating one of the season's tastiest traditions: the barbecue.

Pictured: Rita Sadowski and Walter Walsh, married on May 4, 2002. Photo courtesy of Rita Sadowski, VP/Creative Services Director.

Weddings Through the Ages: From the 1900s to Today

Take a look back at the most popular wedding trends, from attire to reception décor to cakes, starting in the early

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