Paul Ratner is a filmmaker that came across a collection of both color and colorized photographs depicting Native American people all across North America in the late 1800s and the early 1900s. Although the photographs were originally black and white, some of the photographs were painted on or adjusted with Kodachrome, a color processing technique, in order to bring the photographs to life.
Ah, the good old days when meals were served on a plane, there were bunks in the cabin, and everyone smoked like crazy making the entire place stink. Okay, that alone turns me off of vintage flying. Seriously… screw smokers.
While I’m sure that you’re all award of the pyramids, the ruins of Rome, and the like, I’d wager you’re about to see one or more things here you’ve never seen before!
The folks that you’ve read about in history books doing things you’ve never seen them do and looking ways you’ve never seen them look.
They are woman. Hear them roar.
It’s sobering to think that these children went on to live their lives and are no longer walking this Earth, isn’t it?
Another treasure trove of history for your entertainment.
Regardless of whether you agreed with the war or not, it’s uplifting to see the troops having fun for a while.
Disney World is one of my favorite places on the planet and I can’t get enough of the the behind the scenes construction photos that just surfaced.
Let’s pull back the curtain and take a look back at some of history’s rarely seen corners.