Amazing collection of photos from the archives of the magazine “National Geographic”, they are all made in the late 19th and first half of the 20th century. Enjoy
Cairo (about 1925). (Hans Hiderbrand)
Antarctica (June 21, 1934). Dinner members of the expedition of Admiral Richard E. Beard.
Japan (1878 – 1882). The collection of photographs assembled by Charles Harris Phelps, a lawyer from New York, and his wife, Eleanor Livingston Pell Phelps during their honeymoon. Edition of the «National Geographic» these photos gave their son, Harris.
Paris (around 1946). Trocadero (Place du Trocadero). (Maynard Owen Williams)
Northern California (around 1935). (B. Anthony Stewart)
Guangdong, China (around 1931). Fishing nets hung out to dry. (W. Robert Moore)
Grand Canyon (about 1914). Brothers, Ellsworth and Emory Kolb trying to make a picture gorge.
New Orleans (about 1930). French Quarter. (Edwin Wisherd)
Burma (around 1913). The women of the tribe padaung. (Alfred Joseph Smith)
Spain (about 1924). Portrait of a woman dressed in clothing typical of the municipality Lagratera. (Gervais Courtellemont)
Belgium (around 1928). (Paul G. Guillumentte)
Color image obtained by means of “Autochrome (tri-color photography method, based on the use of photographic plates with a color mosaic raster). (Franklin Price Knott)
Alaska (about 1909). Processing film on location. (OD Von Engeln)
The diversity of faces in a 19th century Cape Malay photograph
Initially involved in Pictorialism, a late 19th Century