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vintageeveryday:

Alvernia High School Courtyard, Chicago (date unknown).

vintageeveryday:

Alvernia High School Courtyard, Chicago (date unknown).

— hace 6 horas con 18 notas
malformalady:

This is the colourful candy-striped land snail (Liguus virgineus), and it’s only found on Haiti, Dominican Republic and Cuba. For years its colourful shell made a popular souvenir for travellers visiting these Caribbean islands, but now a law forbids people from harvesting the shells and selling them. 
Top photo credit: Miguel A. Landestoy

malformalady:

This is the colourful candy-striped land snail (Liguus virgineus), and it’s only found on Haiti, Dominican Republic and Cuba. For years its colourful shell made a popular souvenir for travellers visiting these Caribbean islands, but now a law forbids people from harvesting the shells and selling them.

Top photo credit: Miguel A. Landestoy

— hace 23 horas con 560 notas
vintageanchorbooks:

Book vending machine at Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

vintageanchorbooks:

Book vending machine at Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

— hace 1 día con 128 notas
writersnoonereads:

No one reads the Queen of the Underworld (1850–1924).

In 1913, Sophie Lyons wrote her memoirs, chronicling six decades of bank robberies, prison breaks, cons, and swindles that left her a rich woman. One hundred years later, we’re [Combustion Books] bringing this important work back into print, casting back the veil of the 19th century criminal underworld. This is the world of fences and art thieves, bank sneaks and conwomen, but it is punctuated by a remarkable and nearly universal honor among thieves. Fully illustrated throughout with numerous diagrams of robbery methods and ways of concealing stolen valuables.

via Brickbat Books (my favorite Philadelphia bookstore)
@WritersNoOneRds / Facebook

writersnoonereads:

No one reads the Queen of the Underworld (1850–1924).

In 1913, Sophie Lyons wrote her memoirs, chronicling six decades of bank robberies, prison breaks, cons, and swindles that left her a rich woman. One hundred years later, we’re [Combustion Books] bringing this important work back into print, casting back the veil of the 19th century criminal underworld. This is the world of fences and art thieves, bank sneaks and conwomen, but it is punctuated by a remarkable and nearly universal honor among thieves. Fully illustrated throughout with numerous diagrams of robbery methods and ways of concealing stolen valuables.

via Brickbat Books (my favorite Philadelphia bookstore)

@WritersNoOneRds / Facebook

— hace 1 día con 273 notas
robotcosmonaut:

Loneliness Is Dangerous
via funnster

It depends. Company is, by itself, more dangerous.

robotcosmonaut:

Loneliness Is Dangerous

via funnster

It depends. Company is, by itself, more dangerous.

— hace 1 día con 32025 notas