"The Moulin Rouge at Montmartre" Photo: Jules Gervais-Courtellemont - France - Paris, 1923 Jules Gervais-Courtellemont was a French photographer who was famous for taking color autochromes during World War I.
Kimonos, baby’s toys, basket sellers, courtesans at rest and a samurai gang . Felice Beato was one of the first people to photograph the far east – and he made life bloom with colour. Here are his rare hand-coloured shots
Serious Steps Paul Vathis, 1962 -President John F. Kennedy and former president Dwight D. Eisenhower are having a wintertime walk at Camp David in winter. Kennedy has just asked Eisenhower what he thinks of the botched Bay of Pigs Invasion.