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Arts Bombast: National Geographic’s FOUND

RAD new Tumblr alert: In honor of their 125th anniversary, National Geographic is releasing a series of vintage photographs, many never-before-published and rarely seen by the public. You can view the collection on (where else, these days?) their brand new Tumblr, appropriately named FOUND.

NGS Picture ID:635891
[Maynard Owen Williams- A student works at the Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem, 1927.]

NGS Picture ID:1056678
[James P. Blair- Motorcycle club members wear studded leather jackets and rakish caps in London, England, June 1966.]

NGS Picture ID:114038
[From Library of Congress- Alexander Graham Bell and Mabel kissing within a tetrahedral kite, October 1903.]

NGS Picture ID:660357
[Luis Marden- Subway train headed to the Plaza Italia Station in Buenos Aires, November 1939.]

NGS Picture ID:1390193
[Maynard Owen Williams- A girl feeds her pet bear in Riggins, Idaho.]

As if I don’t waste ENOUGH time browsing cool old photos on the interwebs… *Sigh.* Head to Nat Geo’s FOUND to check out the rest of the beauts.

One comment on “Arts Bombast: National Geographic’s FOUND

  1. TommyTopHat
    April 14, 2013

    Please do more posts on groovy phtographs. 😀 Always highly enjoyable, I find.

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