Photos That Show Streets Of Baltimore During The 1970s

Photos That Show Georgia During The Great Depression Era

 Woodville, Greene County, GA - May 1939

Photos Of Cincinnati In The 1930s

 Looking east down Hill Street in Mt. Adams, April 15th, 1939

Vintage Photos Of Missouri State In The 1950s

 Kansas City’s Union Station, 
At one time the Missouri Station served more than 200 trains a day. By 1974, they were down to only six per day.

Photos That Show London's East End During The 1960s

 A milkman on his rounds

Photos of The Summer of Love

 Krishna’s Kirtan, a sacred chant music group, on the Diggers truck during the Ratha-Yatra Festival on Haight Street, July 9, 1967.

Photos That Show Streets Of Toronto In The 1970s

 Looking south down Yonge Street, at Teraulay Street, towards the Imperial Theatre, circa 1971. Teraulay Street was closed in the late 1970s and is now occupied by part of the Eaton Centre. The Imperial Theatre is currently the Canon Theatre.

Color Photos That Show New Jersey in the 1970s

Greene Street Boat Club in Jersey City with the Lower Manhattan skyline and the World Trade Center in the distance, 1975

Photos That Show Murals and Street Art of London From The 1980s

In the 1980s there was a growth in the amount of murals and street art across London, a mix of decoration or serious and politically inspired. These photos were taken in 1985 and 1986 and demonstrate not only considerable skill and effort but many also reflect the social and political concerns of the time. Some of these murals still exist, however they are now much faded. These photos show them shortly after completion with their detail and vibrant colours.

Streets of Boston in the 1960s

 Jack's Celtic Tavern on Columbus Avenue, Roxbury Crossing, Boston Massachusetts, 1965

Photos Of Pacific Northwest In The 1970s

 Looking east along Alaska's Glen Highway, toward Mount Drum (Elevation 12,002 Feet)(Dennis Cowals/National Archives and Records Administration)

Photos That Show People Of Detroit During The 1970s

Dave Jordano was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1948. He received his degree in photography from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit in 1974. After moving to Chicago in 1977 he established a successful freelance commercial photography studio for 30 years. The wonderful black and white photographs here has been a long time observer of Detroit, the city where he was born and traversed with a 35mm as a student.