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Crummy Church Signs Critical Analyses of Critically Bad Church Signs

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Crummy Church Signs · 33m ago

A Zeppelin flying above the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, 1931

Crummy Church Signs · 7h ago

The Earliest Known Photograph of White House Was Taken by an Immigrant in 1846

A Welsh immigrant named John Plumbe, Jr., who was one of the country’s first prominent pro...
Crummy Church Signs · 9h ago

Photographer Re-photographed Images Sourced from Biker Magazines, to Which Bikers Had Sent Photographs of Their Girlfriends to be Published

Richard Prince was born in Panama in 1949. He began consolidating his style during the ear...
Crummy Church Signs · 12h ago

The Very Earliest War Photography: Rare and Amazing Photographs of Crimean War by Roger Fenton, 1855

The Crimean War (1853-1856) stemmed from Russia’s threat to multiple European interests wi...
Crummy Church Signs · 15h ago

51 Color Photos Capture Street Scenes of Dublin in the 1960s

Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland, and in the province of Leinster on Irel...
Crummy Church Signs · 17h ago

A Frenchman gives a light to Winston Churchill, 1944

Crummy Church Signs · 23h ago

51 Amazing Photos of Women Portraits Taken by Frank Eugene From Between 1900s and 1910s

Born in New York to immigrant parents, Frank Eugene (1865 – 1936) was one of many young Ge...
Crummy Church Signs · 1d ago

Street scene in La Grande, Oregon, 1957

Crummy Church Signs · 1d ago

33 Amazing Photographs of Pink Floyd Concert in Venice on a Massive Floating Stage in 1989

A concert combined with Redentore, it was 15 July 1989 – the night was unforgettable, who ...
Crummy Church Signs · 1d ago

Vintage Pictures Show a Step-by-Step Tutorial on How to Make the Marcel Waves Hair That Were Popular During the 1920s

You probably think of the 1920s when you hear about Marcel waves, and rightly so; they reached their height of popularity during the '20s, about 15 years after the first electric curling iron was invented. François Marcel introduced his spring-clamp ...