On 16-Oct-2017 In History & Culture
There have been many moments in history that were captured so that the generation that follows would be able to witness them. Today, when we look at those pictures, we learn about things that we would've never known if not for these pictures. We can understand a lot about the past just by looking at these vivid pictures. Like you might not believe that the most significant rock star Elvis Presley once joined the army, but when you see its photograph, you believe it.Whether it is a historical personality, a monument or a random picture, they all have some interesting story related to them. Among numerous photographs from the past, we have gathered some random ones that show you a different life and perspective from that time. So, keep reading because the pictures that you are about to see will change the way you look at the old era.
This picture of Central Park located in Havana, Cuba was captured in 1928. You can actually know the difference when you look at the place today.
This picture was taken during the time in history when smuggling of products like alcohol and booze was picking up.
This is the picture of a seven-year-old girl named Carrie. She spent her whole day shucking oysters at the Pass Packing Co.
I wish my school looked like this. I would've studied with a better interest.
This policeman is helping the cat to cross the road with her kitten. Epic!
My dream is to dance just like this sweet little girl, and I hope this world becomes a better place with people as happy as her.
This picture was taken during the construction of Brooklyn cable car system during the 1880s.
I liked the dresses which tribal women used to wear in old times. We sometimes get to see this type of dress today as well, but something seems to be missing.
One thing that I don't like about history is that many wars were fought without understanding the consequences.
This was the first time when the original cast of Star Trek was captured in front of the real Enterprise aircraft.
The picture was captured when the 40th President of the United States aimed a hunting rifle on the Air Force One.
In this picture, a young woman from Berber group that reside in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt is captured in their traditional dress.
This picture of Moulin Rouge club was captured during the '20s.