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A Collection Of Photographs From The Past Colorized

April 9, 2014 | 15 Comments » | Topics: Interesting

Cornell’s Varsity Rowing Team, 1911

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

World War II propaganda posters in Port Washington, New York, on July 8, 1942

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

"Girls deliver ice." September 16, 1918

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Flippin’ Burgers, 1938 

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

18 year old Russian girl being liberated from Dachau, April 29, 1945 

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Easter Eggs for Hitler, 1944-45 

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Eureka Colorado (unknown date, late 1800s)

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Claude Monet, French Impressionist painter, ca. 1923

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Sharon Tate a few years before her 1969 murder by the Manson family 

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

The Jersey Shore circa 1905. "Boardwalk at Asbury Park."

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Louis Armstrong practicing in the dressing room, ca. July 1946

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

President Lincoln meeting with General ‘Little Mac’ McClellan in the General’s tent at Antietam in the wake of his controversial decisions, September 1862

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Civil War veterans at Gettysburg anniversary: A Union veteran and a Confederate veteran shake hands at the Assembly Tent, 1913

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Little Rock, AR protest against the integration of 9 black students into a white school. 1959

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Auto Wreck in Washington D.C, 1921

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

President Ulysses S. Grant & Family at their Long Branch, N.J. vacation house, 1870

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Richard Avedon in 1957 without her ‘signature smile’

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Unemployed lumber worker, ca. 1939

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

A Civil Rights demonstration in the 60s, an african-american woman stares down a man donning the Confederate flag on his hard-hat, Bob Adelman photograph

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

‘Old Gold’, Country store, 1939

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

American G.I.’s from the First Army hunt German paratroopers dropped during the Battle of the Bulge somwhere in Belgium, Dec. 18, 1944

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Baseball legend "Babe" Ruth, ca. 1920, the year he joined the New York Yankees

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

 

Forest City Landing, Peaks Island to Portland, Maine, 1910

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Japanese Archers c.1860

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Filling Station: 1924, Washington, DC

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Lou Gehrig, July 4, 1939. "I may have had a tough break, but I have an awful lot to live for." Diagnosed with ALS, he would pass away two years later. 

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Sergeant George Camblair practicing with a gas mask in a smokescreen. Fort Belvoir, Virginia, 1942 

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Moving blocks, Egypt, 5 March 1907

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Louis & Lucille Armstrong, Cairo, 1961

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Main Street – Littleton, New Hampshire circa 1908

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Farmer reading his farm paper – Coryell County, Texas, September 1931

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

British troops cheerfully board their train for the first stage of their trip to the western front – England, September 20, 1939

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

General Eisenhower and Bradley sharing a laugh in a Normandy orchard, sometime after Operation Overlord, 1944

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Daughter of a resettled farmer, 1935

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Newsies enjoying a well earned smoke break, 1910

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Albert Einstein, 1921

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Tufts University baseball team studio portrait, 1890

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Operation Overlord: D-Day, The 6th of June 1944

a collection of historical photos colorized

 

Malcolm X chats with Muhammad Ali – New York 1963

a collection of historical photos colorized

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  • ND52


    British troops cheerfully board their train for the first stage of their trip to the western front – England, September 20, 1939

    There was no “Western Front” in 1939. The term “Western Front” was used to describe allied positions in WWI.

    • MortalDanger

      Actually…no…there was a Western Front in 1939 lol…

      • ND52

        Please, go study European military history of the early 20th century before you make another uninformed remark @mortaldanger:disqus

        Google the terms “WWI Trench Warfare” & “WWII German Blitzkrieg Warfare”. The differences between the two wars should become immediately apparent.

        • MortalDanger

          What does that have to do with the Western front? …cuz that’s what we were talking about.

          • ND52

            Nevermind @mortaldanger:disqus. I didn’t know that you’re the type that needs everything explained to you in the simplest possible terms.

            • jonny

              There was a western front in 1939. It didnt last very long but it was a push, to the west of germany. Hence a western front.

              There was also a eastern front later in the war, and they opened a second front with d-day, wat eventually turned into a western front.

              Its quite simple really, if you understand what west means and what a front is

              • ND52

                The only people “pushing” in 1939 were the Nazis. The words “Western Front” are used almost exclusively by historians when referring to WWI due to the static form of warfare known as “trench warfare”.

                • jonny

                  Christ ur a moron. Since you love to google, google western front ww2.

                  End of discussion

                • jonny

                  http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Front_(World_War_II)

                  Clearly states its 1939 to 1945.

                  Naive to f##k

                  • ND52

                    <a href="http://law.marquette.edu/facultyblog/2008/11/24/court-holds-that-wikipedia-entries-are-inherently-unreliable/comment-page-1/Lol! You use Wikipedia as a source yet you call me a moron. Wow! I’d no idea I was dealing with a low-functioning imbecile.”

                    “End of discussion” 😀

                    • jonny

                      Thats what its most famous for. Purely as it was a standstill for years. WW2 had a western front. Its language u idiot, there was a battlefront on the west. Fucking useless yanks. Yanks like you give america a moronic ststus.

                      I live in western europe, the uk, yea isnt thst amazing, the words being used again!! Woooow

                    • ND52

                      What—no wikipedia reference again? Lol! How ironic: the yank is quoting the Oxford Dictionary while the Limey is using wikipedia………..and bragging about it!

                      Too funny.

            • Antho
  • Bob Frapples

    I love how far colorization has come. Great pics.

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