In the Progressive Era, the photographs of Lewis Hine brought the horrible conditions of child laborers in the United States into the sight of the middle class, helping to bring about the end of most
The steel industry in the United States declined for reasons a bit more complicated than a lot of other industries. It wasn’t so much that steel manufacturers moved overseas so much as the U.S.
An amazing set of daguerreotypes and other early photographic images of the last American Revolution veterans.
Yeah, they look way more awesome and beautiful than anyone else’s Polaroids.
What an utterly wonderful set of color photos from Paris in the early 20th century. I love black and white photos and black and white cinema but seeing these things in color really changes one’s
This is a fascinating interview with Henry Horenstein, photographer of country music. I have a Johnny Cash picture, but it’s no good. Same thing with Merle Haggard. But at the time that I was shooti