Explorez Historique, Alliance et plus encore !

Découvrir des thèmes similaires

Chicago, 1907. Wabash Ave/El; plus a photo of the same view from 2007.

Chicago, 1907. Wabash Ave/El; plus a photo of the same view from 2007.

Chicago Temps De Soleil,Temps,Photos D'époque,Photos Historiques,Journalisme,Blâme,Illinois,Journal,The Chicago

The REAL Alice! Alice Liddel photographied by Lewis Carroll..for the history he's been inspired by her for his famous book Alice in Wonderland..

The REAL Alice! Alice Liddel photographied by Lewis Carroll..for the history he's been inspired by her for his famous book Alice in Wonderland..

1900 Chicago 'L' Elevated Subway Train on Wabash Street

1900 Chicago 'L' Elevated Subway Train on Wabash Street

New York City, c.1942, The SS. Normandie capsized after going up in flames in New York Harbour

Des accidents à l'ancienne

New York City, c.1942, The SS. Normandie capsized after going up in flames in New York Harbour

State Street, ca. 1903, I love that you can see the Marshall Field's clock!

State Street, ca. 1903, I love that you can see the Marshall Field's clock!

Gentleman's guide to amputation.

Gentleman's guide to amputation.

The Lake St. CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) line under construction, 1895, looking west from Wabash Ave.; site states: "The steel structure you see here is largely the very same you ride over when on a train going through State/Lake or Clark/Lake, the part of the Loop which opened first, before the full, circuitous route was completed." (image via @CTAWeb)

The Lake St. CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) line under construction, 1895, looking west from Wabash Ave.; site states: "The steel structure you see here is largely the very same you ride over when on a train going through State/Lake or Clark/Lake, the part of the Loop which opened first, before the full, circuitous route was completed." (image via @CTAWeb)

The cafeteria on the Titanic.

The cafeteria on the Titanic.

On October 17, 1931, the mobster Al Capone is convicted of income tax evasion and sentenced to 11 years in prison.

On October 17, 1931, the mobster Al Capone is convicted of income tax evasion and sentenced to 11 years in prison.

Pinterest
Rechercher