Incredible Colorized Historical Photographs

Mary Winsor, founder and president of the Limited Suffrage Society, holds a sign during the American suffrage movement, ca. 1917.

An Oasis in the Badlands”, Red Hawk of the Oglala Sioux on horseback, ca. 1905.

Sidewheeler Tashmoo leaving wharf in Detroit, ca 1901.

Cab stand in Madison Square Park, New York, ca 1900.

Clam seller on Mulberry Bend, New York, ca 1900.

Operation Overlord, June 1944.

World War II propaganda posters in Port Washington, New York, 1942.

Titanic sinks on April 15, 1912. Newspaper boy Ned Parfett sells copies of the evening paper bearing news of the disaster. April 16, 1912.

Curb Market in NYC, ca 1900.

The Flatiron Building, 1905.

College students pile into a Volkswagen Beetle, c. 1965.

Monument Circle, Indianapolis, Indiana, circa 1907.

An Ojibwe Native American spearfishing, Minnesota, 1908.

Licking blocks of ice during the heat wave, NYC, 1912.

Jewish women and children arriving at the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp, Poland, 1944.

Crowded Bunks in the Prison Camp at Buchenwald, April 16, 1945.

Coney Island, New York, ca. 1905.

8 thoughts on “Incredible Colorized Historical Photographs

  1. Reblogged this on mira prabhu and commented:
    Some of these are heartbreaking…but sharp reminders of what our world has been through in not too distant times – when will humans learn to truly love each other as One? Thank you Alk3r…

    • These are wonderful photographs – sad, beautiful – poignant. I remember the Flat Iron bldg. The vendors on the street, licking ice in the summer…(b.1932 in NYC) Sometime I despair at our human-ness and pray for our humanity and compassion, but every now and then we connect with moments, place, and people who remind us that we are created loving, caring beings here to shed light into dark places. .

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