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Sewing School & Desert Drip

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B&W colorization

Wrapped and ready

A bedouin boy shines in full color over 100 years after the image was originally shot.

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Going for gold

That shiny trophy won't win itself. May the fastest homemade racer take home the cup.

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The way we were

Sit still

A new nurse can't keep it together as she finally receives her official hat. Now comes the hard work.

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Blast from the past

A stitch in time

In 1899, one could commonly find classes like this at the Agricultural and Mechanical College, Greensboro, N.C. Known today as North Carolina A&T State University, the school's famous alumni include astronaut Ronald McNair of the Challenger mission, and infamous non-violent protesters The Greensboro Four (Ezell Blair Jr., Franklin McCain, Joseph McNeil, and David Richmond).

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