Explore Lisbon Portugal, Street Photography, and more!

Explore related topics

John Taylor Arms (1887-1953) Cobwebs 1921 (24,5 x 19,3 cm)

Fletcher 9 x 7 (sheet 12 x 10 Edition 75 (+ 10 trial proofs).

Abandoned Manteno State Hospital, Manteno, Illinois. In 1964 hydrotherapy which consisted of dunking the patient in and out of ice cold water.  Treatment also included Lobotomies.  Horrendous experiments were conducted on the patients at Manteno, without their knowledge of consent.  In 1939, a terrible typhoid fever epidemic broke out at Manteno from July to December.  Time Magazine called this incident the "Manteno Madness".

Abandoned Manteno State Hospital, Manteno, Illinois. In 1964 hydrotherapy which consisted of dunking the patient in and out of ice cold water. Treatment also included Lobotomies. Horrendous experiments were conducted on the patients at Manteno, without their knowledge of consent. In 1939, a terrible typhoid fever epidemic broke out at Manteno from July to December. Time Magazine called this incident the "Manteno Madness".

Ottawa Post Office under construction at the corner of Elgin and Sparks in November of 1938. The streetcar tracks were re-routed on account of the construction of the War Memorial, just out of the picture to the right. The new post office was needed because the old one on the other side of the Plaza had just been been demolished as part of the "beautification" scheme....

Ottawa Post Office under construction at the corner of Elgin and Sparks in November of

Sehr cooles Sonnenbild!✌️

© Blende, Christian Egner, Abendliches Wetterschauspiel I love how this photo focuses straight down the street and the reflection of the street on the water is beautiful.

Neptune's fountain in Gdansk, Poland is one of the few things that survived World War ll

Russia, Estonia, and Poland - Cruising Though the North, Live!

Moulins-sur-Allier, France

Moulins-sur-Allier, France

N Y C 1952

N Y C 1952

Manchester, Art Ideas, Collages, Montages, Collage, Collagen

urban exploration - beelitz heilstätten

Beelitz Heilstätten Sanatorium, originally a tuberculosis sanatorium, but converted into a military hospital during World War I by the German Imperial Army. Adolf Hitler was treated in this hospital in October

Pinterest
Search