Frank Miles and Ernest Ealon, 1940s
Petty Officer Edgar Evans as photographed by Herbert Ponting, Antarctica, 1911.
Evans was on Robert Falcon Scott’s Terra Nova expedition to the South Pole when this photo was taken by expedition photographer Ponting. Scott, Evans and three others all died on the return 800 mile ski after having reached the South Pole.
Photograph of Soldiers in a Road at Camp Alger, Virginia, 09/26/1918
Who’s up for some morning calisthenics?
bygoneamericana: Shoeshine boy at work. New York, 1947. By Morris Engel
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A team of early climbers on the summit of Mt. Hood. Note the blackface for sunburn protection, alpenstocks (pre-ice axe back then) and the full length dresses on the women!