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Lost Film From 1906
San Francisco, 1906. Turn up the volume and travel back in time! This film was "lost" for many years. It was the first 35mm film ever. It was taken by camera mounted on the front of a cable car. The number of automobiles is staggering for 1906. Notice that all the cars apparently have their steering wheels on the right side. The clock tower at the end of Market Street at the Embarcadero wharf is still there. (I'm also wondering ... how many "street cleaning" people were employed to pick up after the horses? (Talk about going green!) And no traffic lights, no cross walks, no painted lanes, no road signs, no cell phones - yet folks seemed to survive okay..........& obviously no pedestrian or driving rules or laws. Notice how much better dressed they were in 1906.This film, originally thought to be from 1905, until David Kiehn, with the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum, figured out exactly when it was shot. From New York trade papers announcing the film showing to the wet streets from recent heavy rainfall & shadows indicating time of year & actual weather and conditions on historical record, even when the cars were registered (he even knows who owned them and when the plates were issued!). It was filmed only four days before the quake and shipped by train to NY for processing. Amazing but true!

women in the 1920s
"The anthological exhibition of photographs of women in the 1920s with raids until the 1960s was part of a comprehensive exhibition entitled Women in progress" on the evolution of women in history to its two main enemies: religion and the State

Straßenstrich Bülowstrasse Berlin Pretty Girls Street Hooker
Straßenstrich Bülowstrasse Berlin HD Pretty Girls Street Hooker November 2013 - Berlin Mitte Follow me on Twitter Facebook Ladyboy Asia Thai Ladyboys Bangkok Girls Pattaya Girls Europe Trip Bülowstraße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U2 in the Schöneberg district. It opened in 1902 at the western branch of the Stammstrecke, Berlin's first U-Bahn line. Like the eponymous street, the station is named after the Prussian general Friedrich Wilhelm Freiherr von Bülow. Architect Bruno Möhring planned it in an Art nouveau style, and his son Rudolf enlarged the hall in 1929. Heavily damaged by air raids and the Battle of Berlin, the station was rebuilt after World War II, but went out of service in 1972 due to the interruption of the U2 line by the construction of the Berlin Wall. The building then hosted a bazaar in discarded U-Bahn wagons, until in 1993 the eastern and western parts of the U2 were reconnected. The station features in the film Unknown with Liam Neeson.

Shocking 1950's Commercial!
You simply will not believe what they did to this model's face to test a cold cream! See lots more crazy commercials at: