24 Ancient Photographs That Very Few People Have Seen.

Photographs are our way of traveling through time.

While we wait for time travel to become a reality, if it ever does, the way we can take a look at the past is through photographs.

The images you are about to see are a frozen moment in human history that show the ancient world in a way that has not been seen by everyone. Keep sliding so you don’t miss out on this little trip back in time:

  1. The famous opera singer Kristina Nilsson, who was lifted out of poverty due to her talent, visited her sister who was still a farmer’s wife. Sweden 1900.

2. Destroyed statue of Joseph Stalin’s head on the streets of Budapest during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.

3. Three upper-class women set out for Paris in May 1908 in the Prix du Prince de Galles at the Longchamp racecourse

4. Unusual photo of Walt Disney being an ambulance driver in 1919

5. The young Queen Elizabeth II, 1944

6. Albert Einstein’s famous visit to the University of Lincoln, 1946

7. Butcher shop in Bologna, 1900.

8. Citizens of Rome watching the 1960 Olympic games.

9. A girl on a swing, Cairo, the 1960s.

10. Visit to the beauty salon, September 1942.

11. Young salesmen of newspapers distributing the news of the Titanic and possible survivors. After midnight on April 17, 1912, young newspaper vendors were still coming to sell copies. The youngest boy in the group was 9 years old.

12. Students from the Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York celebrate the first Earth Day by cleaning up Union Square in 1970. 13.

Couple in front of a billiard room in New York, 1938.

14. Jack Nicholson on the set of ‘The Shining’ , 1980.

15. Michael Jackson dressed as Charlie Chaplin. Halloween 1978

16. Hats made of straw being brought to the packing rooms in 1933.

17. William Avery giving a flying demonstration at the 1904 World’s Fair.

18. Queen Elizabeth II was a truck mechanic during World War II .

19. Shipping babies. For a brief period of 6 years, it was possible to send a baby or young child through the US Postal Service. An American mail carrier could be seen carrying a baby along with letters from him, the United States. 1900.

20. One of the first tattoo parlors in the 1920s.

21. Two members of the Women’s Climbing Club at Salisbury Crags, Edinburgh 1908.

22. Vacationers in West Palm Beach, Florida, 1910.

23 Women line up to vote for the first time in New York after the passage of the 19th Amendment, New York, 1920.

24. Salvador Dali finishing his painting “The Face of War”, 1941.

Did you know these images? Do you know some? Leave them in the comments! Share this gallery with your friends who love history so they can learn details they might not see in the books.

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