Chicago in 1970s by John H. White

John H. White (born 1945 in Lexington, North Carolina) is an American photojournalist, recipient of a Pulitzer Prize in 1982. After working

Alfonse Van Besten: Autochrome Photos (1910s)

Alfonse Van Besten (1865-1926)  was a painter and took full advantage of the possibilities of the new colour process. One

Vintage Photochroms of Rome c. 1890

Photochrom, also called the Aäc process, is a process for producing colorized images from black-and-white photographic negatives via the direct photographic transfer

Streets of Paris in 1960

France emerged from World War II in the 1960s, rebuilding the country physically and the nation’s national identity through the

Edward S. Curtis: Indians of North America

Beginning in 1900, Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952) set out on a monumental quest to create an unprecedented, comprehensive record of

Vintage color: Everyday Life in Japan from 1949-1951

Collection of rare Kodachrome slides taken by an unknown US Navy Commander stationed in Japan from 1949 to 1951. via

Streets of City of London in 1976

The 1970s was a traumatic decade for London. Changes in global trade disrupted all sectors of the economy. As docks

Vintage color: City Life of Hong Kong in 1976

Collection of rare Kodachrome slides taken by an unknown US Navy Commander in Hong Kong in 1976. via m20wc51

Luxury Sunbathing captured by Vogue (1940s and 1950s)

Vogue archive capture the classic feminine essence and luxury sunbathing in 1940 and 1950s.

People Riding Motorcycles on the Streets in Vietnam in 1969

Photo collection of people riding motorcycles on the streets of Nha Trang in Vietnam in 1969. via ElectroSpark