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Sailors, stevedores and sideshow freaks no longer have a corner on the tattoo market.

Soup kitchen set up by strikers in Hershey, Pennsylvania, 1937.

“I had trouble with my wife’s relatives,” police quoted Carroll as explaining. “I thought they would see this in the paper and think she was dead, and that would keep them away from us.”

NO booze fighter or cigarette fiend need apply

“Down South” they serve quail cooked inside of yams

A paradox of 1915. A suffragist wearing a veil, the emblem of inferiority, which bears a plea for votes for women. 

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