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Portrait of an unidentified man (c. 1844-1860) by Matthew Brady’s studio (Library of Congress)
Just one of the beautiful decayed daguerreotypes featured at The Public Domain Review
Brothers Stephen D. and Moses M. Boynton, Privates in the South Carolina Cavalry Battalion, c. 1861 (Library of Congress)
Daguerreotype of a Civil War soldier
Submitted by charles116
From the submitter Bethanne Crane Paepke
My Great-Great-Great Uncle, Captain Day Otis Crane
Anatoliy Brandukov, c. 1880, in his twenties. This brilliant cellist was friends with Pyotr Tchaikovsky (above), and helped 19-year old Sergei Rachmaninoff with his first concert.
Submitted by John Piccolini
Franklin Delano Roosevelt at 18, 1900.
Looks like someone needs to be inaugurated into our Hall of Hottest Presidents.
Submitted by mariamaquarium
Francis William Öhrstrom, Sweden, c. 1872.
Submitted by K to the P
Artist Heinrich Vogeler, circa 1895, age 23.
Submitted by thombeau
Hermann Rorschach, c. 1910. This Swiss psychiatrist developed the famous inkblot test that bears his name. We see two horses boxing each other, and one extremely hot Freudian.
Submitted by Vitreous Humor
Orville Wright would like to show you his new flying machine. Library of Congress, Wright Brothers Negatives.
Submission by L. Wags
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