Photo shows a group of firemen on an old horse drawn fire hose fire engine from Company 3 in Buffalo, New York. Nice view of firefighters standing on the fire engine/truck in front of station with horses. Photograph dates to around 1890. Great firefighting memorabilia. Learn More
Photo of people in front of the Produce Exchange building in Toledo, Ohio. Nice view old shops and buildings, and horse drawn carriages on the street. This old vintage photo dates to between 1880 and 1901. Learn More
Photograph showing view of Plenty Horses, Oglala man, and two U.S. soldiers standing in front of a cannon in a military camp. Photo dates to 1891 near Pine Ridge, South Dakota. TITLE: Tasunka, (alias Plenty Horses). The slayer of Lieut. Casey, near Pine Ridge, S.D. Learn More
Photo shows a group of firemen on an old horse drawn fire engine from Citizens H&L Company 2 in Buffalo, New York. Nice view of firefighters standing on the fire engine/truck in front of station with horses. Photograph dates to the 1880's. Great firefighting memorabilia. Learn More
Civil War photograph shows a view of supply or mail wagons outside the headquarters of General Marsena Patrick in City Point, Virginia during the Civil War. View of horse-drawn wagons carrying supplies or mail, railroad train cars, and the mail wharf during the Civil War. Photo dates to approximately 1865. Learn More
Photo shows street scene on the Alma bridge in Paris, France. Nice view of people walking along the bridge as well as horse-drawn wagons. The original photo dates to the late 1890s. Caption reads: "Alma Bridge, Paris, France". <BR><BR> A photochrome(or photochrom) is a color photo lithograph, produced from a black-and-white negative. The final prints were created using different color impressions from multiple lithographic stones. They almost have a hand colored effect to them which makes them very unique considering color photography didn't come around until many years later. Learn More
Retro Snapshots offers thousands of old photos, posters and panoramics. Our vintage photos have been digitally restored by professional artists, who painstakingly remove scratches, tears and improve contrast and coloration of all of our vintage photos.
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