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Lola Alvarez Bravo - Dormido/Sleeping 1941, a wonderful Mexican Photographer has her works at the UofA Center for Creative Photography

Lola Alvarez Bravo - Dormido/Sleeping 1941, a wonderful Mexican Photographer has her works at the UofA Center for Creative Photography

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The SS has skulls on their caps as relished killing ( especially the innocent ) so this seems very appropriate to mark this monsters demise ✔️

The SS has skulls on their caps as relished killing ( especially the innocent ) so this seems very appropriate to mark this monsters demise ✔️

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Alfred Gengreau, 20 Beaudry St., Joseph Miner, 15 Water St. Both work in Mr. Baker's room. Indian Orchard Mill. Location: Indian Orchard, Massachusetts. September 1911. Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Alfred Gengreau, 20 Beaudry St., Joseph Miner, 15 Water St. Both work in Mr. Baker's room. Indian Orchard Mill. Location: Indian Orchard, Massachusetts. September 1911. Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.

A 7 year old named Ferris selling newspapers on a street corner. He is likely a homeless orphan, as thousands of other ‘newsies’ were at the turn of the 20th century. Mobile, Alabama, 1914.

A 7 year old named Ferris selling newspapers on a street corner. He is likely a homeless orphan, as thousands of other ‘newsies’ were at the turn of the 20th century. Mobile, Alabama, 1914.

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