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Never a better time for a family photo than when a tree falls on your house

Never a better time for a family photo than when a tree falls on your house

A snowy street in the Mission district of San Francisco, 1887. Image courtesy San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library

A snowy street in the Mission district of San Francisco Image courtesy San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library.I lived my first 5 years on this street went to Hawthorne and never knew it once looked like this.

A 19th Century Telephone Network Covered Stockholm in Thousands of Phone Lines

Red Telefónica del Siglo XIX

Telephone Tower in Stockholm, Sweden before they figured out the whole switching network thing: 5000 lines in

Blizzard of March 12-14, 1888 (21 inches) The awning of a grocery store is damaged from the weight of the snow during the blizzard of 1888 in New York City. The blizzard on March 12-14 paralyzed the city with winds that reached up to 60 miles per hour, creating drifts as high as fifty feet.

Big Digs: New York's Top Five Snowstorms

Photos of the great blizzard of Will it happen again? The blizzard on March paralyzed the city with about 40 inches of snow and winds that reached up to 60 miles per hour, creating drifts as high as fifty feet.

Fulton Street, 1888 #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2015/03/81296/worst-blizzards-nyc#slide-2

New York's 5 Most Insane Blizzards, Ever

Snow-covered exterior of the Grand Opera House at Elm Place and Fulton St. during the Blizzard of 1888

Staffsvallen, Härjedalen, Sweden.

Staffsvallen, Härjedalen, Sweden.

Funny pictures about Wave Bigger Than The Lighthouse It's Hitting. Oh, and cool pics about Wave Bigger Than The Lighthouse It's Hitting. Also, Wave Bigger Than The Lighthouse It's Hitting photos.

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Chipping Campden in Snow. Chipping Campden is a small market town within the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England. It is notable for its elegant terraced High Street, dating from the century. By Andrew Lockie on

Photos of the great blizzard of 1888: A photo shows New Yorkers hiking across the bridge after being forced to leave their train when it stalled as a result of the heavy snow

Cold comfort, perhaps, but this should make you feel slightly better: At least you aren't struggling through this winter weather in Gilded Age costume.

AD Classics: Pennsylvania Station / McKim, Mead & White | ArchDaily

AD Classics: Pennsylvania Station / McKim, Mead & White

Image 1 of 40 from gallery of AD Classics: Pennsylvania Station / McKim, Mead & White. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons

Gordon Parks - Harlem Neighborhood, Harlem, New York, 1952.

Gordon Parks, Harlem Neighborhood, Harlem, New York, 1952

Beautiful as a deer pants for water so my soul longs for you.

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The young deer drinks gently at dawn at the great lake of Mystical Waters, Yosemite National Park, California .

firsttimeuser:    New York City, Blizzard of 1888

I do not even want to think about the effect of the ice, wind, and snow had on all those electrical wires.

New York Telephone Wires, 1887 - 03

The insane mess of telephone wires over New York in the 1880’s [3 pictures]

New York Telephone Wires, 1887

East 14th Street looking towards Fifth Avenue, March 13, 1888, after the blizzard.  William E. Light Collection of New York City Photographs, PR 037.  New-York Historical Society, image #84001d.

Gilded Age NYC ~ East Street looking towards Fifth Avenue, March after the blizzard. Light Collection of New York City Photographs, PR New-York Historical Society, image

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