Rare Vintage Photographs of Pushcart Markets, New York from the 1900s

There used to be a pushcart market from about 102 to 110 streets, Park Avenue to First Avenue. From Park to about Third the neighborhood was Jewish; from there to First, Italian.

Note the rubber tires on the trolley. It looks as if two trolleys are passing each other. This was taken in the Italian neighborhood. This area is now covered by Housing Projects.

Pushcart market in the Italian neighborhood.

This was taken in the Jewish neighborhood of the pushcart market between 102 and 110 streets. The number on the window of the H. Gordon store at the right is 1380, which would be between 103 and 104 streets on Park Avenue.

Pushcarts in the Jewish neighborhood.

Orchard Street, Looking north from Grand St., New York, 1906.

Back to the USSR – 60 Breathtaking Photos of Soviet Union Taken by the USSR Photographers

These breathtaking photos taken by some of the best Soviet Union photographers will bring you a great trip back to the USSR era.

Swans, 1963 - Evgeny Umnov

Winter, 1965 - Yury Lunkov

That is my temper, 1969 - Dmitry Vozdvizhensky and Nina Sviridova

Silhouette, 1960 - Miroslav Murazov

A soldier, 1973 - Vladimir Vyatkin

Street scene of New Orleans, 1956

Glamour Fashion Photo Shoot Taken by William Klein in the 1950s and 1960s

William Klein is an American-born French photographer and filmmaker noted for his ironic approach to both media and his extensive use of unusual photographic techniques in the context of photojournalism and fashion photography.

From 1955 to 1965, Klein began shooting glamorous yet innovative pictures for Vogue and other publications expanding the limits of acceptability in fashion photography. He established a reputation as a revolutionalry and talented fashion lensman. He used on-location set-ups, shot with wide-angle and telephoto lenses, sometimes with flash and multiple exposures. Klein, produced three more books, on Rome, Moscow and Tokyo. William Klein is recognized as one of the 20th Century most influential photographers. He is better known in Europe and his adopted hometown of Paris than in his native United States.

Children sit round a lamp having sun ray treatment while they listen to the gramophone at the East End Mission, London, 1931

45 Vintage Photos Prove Why Anita Page was 'the Girl with the most Beautiful Face in Hollywood' in the 1920s

Anita Page (1910 – 2008) was an American film actress who reached stardom in the last years of the silent film era.

Page became a highly popular young star. She was referred to as "a blond, blue-eyed Latin" and "the girl with the most beautiful face in Hollywood" in the 1920s. She retired from acting in 1936 and returned to acting in 1996.

Two ladies with their polar bear at Wengen, Switzerland, 1937