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A Lost & Found
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Soviet soldiers fighting in the streets of Stalino - now known as Donetsk - in Ukraine, 1943. [x]
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Пограничники. 1938 г.
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undr:

David Plowden 
Canadian Pacific Railway,1960
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dame-de-pique:

Luther Georges Simjian
Solar Eclipse, Yale University United States,24/01/1925.
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Album Art
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Album Art
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dame-de-pique:

Edward Emerson Barnard
On New Year’s day 1889 a total solar eclipse passed near the Lick observatory. Director E. S. Holden sent a small expedition to Bartlett Springs in the Sierra Nevada foothills to observe and record the event. Barnard was to photograph the outer atmosphere, or corona—only visible during total eclipse. Barnard’s cameras mounted on a wooden frame for following the sun during the two minutes of totality (a small refractor, used by James Keeler for visual spectroscopy, can be seen here). The plates he obtained, were considered the finest coronal photographs ever taken.
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Walter Tyler
Eggs of a butterfly, before 1891.
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März-Abend, 1901 by Gustave Marissiaux
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Alfred H. Binden
Wakefield, Massachusetts, 23 June 1888