retrogasm:

Sage Library built in 1884 and still a library to this day. 

(Source: retrogirly, via horrorqueens)

screengoddess:

Linda Yale 1938

screengoddess:

Linda Yale 1938

littledallilasbookshelf:

Piccadilly Book Stall opens for the day 2013 by Alan Morgan on Flickr.
retrostuff88:

Karen Witter

retrostuff88:

Karen Witter

b-classique:

 Svetlana Zakharova and Vladislav Lantratov in Lady of the Camellias 

(via sovushka-seraya)

thesoulchronicles:

Gilbert Adrian, (American, 1903–1959). “Gamboling Lambs”, 1940s. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Jane B. Holzer, 2002

*swoon*

thesoulchronicles:

Gilbert Adrian, (American, 1903–1959). “Gamboling Lambs”, 1940s. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Jane B. Holzer, 2002

*swoon*

beardmodel:

Two Management - Blake Hartig

virtual-artifacts:

Double-headed Serpent, Aztec/Mixtec AD 1400-1521, Mexico. Copyright the Trustees of the British Museum.

Mosaic mask of Quetzalcoatl, 15th-16th century AD, From Mexico.

(via vintagegal)

losangelespast:

Los Angeles before the car was king: trolleys, bikes, horse-drawn carriages, the Angels Flight, and shoe leather were the modes of transport on Third Street in 1905.

losangelespast:

Los Angeles before the car was king: trolleys, bikes, horse-drawn carriages, the Angels Flight, and shoe leather were the modes of transport on Third Street in 1905.

(Source: lapl.org)