Friday, September 14, 2012

G. G. Bain

 Native American chiefs with Rodman Wanamaker at the groundbreaking ceremony 
for the National American Indian Memorial (which was never built), 
Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island, New York

 Negroes swimming, Asbury Park, 1908

 New York City, horse overcome by heat, 1910

 New York Female Giants, baseball team, 1913

 Participants in the women's peace parade down Fifth Avenue in New York City 
on August 29, 1914, shortly after the start of World War I. 
Chief marshal Portia Willis FitzGerald is in the center.

 People on Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, New York City, 1910-1915

 People on the U.S.S. Jason which sailed from New York on November 14, 1914 carrying about 6 million gifts for the children of Europe who were affected by World War I

 Reporters (telegraphers) at a baseball game at the Polo Grounds in New York City, 1910-1915

 Strike pickets, New York, 1910

Well-dressed family of 27 Ostrovski refugees posed on deck upon arrival in New York from Russia, Sept. 16, 1921


  1. Great photos, thanks for sharing.

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  3. Great photos! May I ask what rights are attached to these images? Are they public domain? Many thanks. I'll check back for a reply.