Photochroms of Paris (1890s – 1900s)

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Apollo 1 Mission (1966-1967)

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Otto Pfenninger’s Early Color Photos (1906)

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Color portraits from the period of the Second World War (1940-1944)

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Hand-colored Photographs of Japan from 1890s

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Vintage Japanese Tattoos (1860-1890)

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Photochroms of Netherlands from 1890s

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Photochroms of Tyrol from 1890s

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Photochroms of New York City from 1900s

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Photochroms of Istanbul from 1890s

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