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Past Tense: In Photos Unpublished for 100 Years, the Joy of War’s End on Armistice Day

Past Tense: In Photos Unpublished for 100 Years, the Joy of War’s End on Armistice Day

“Men and women of all classes of society joining in uproarious demonstrations, cheering, singing and flag waving in the Place de la Concorde, Paris.” Dec. 12, 1918.
Past Tense: In Photos Unpublished for 100 Years, the Joy of War’s End on Armistice Day

Past Tense: In Photos Unpublished for 100 Years, the Joy of War’s End on Armistice Day

“Men and women of all classes of society joining in uproarious demonstrations, cheering, singing and flag waving in the Place de la Concorde, Paris.” Dec. 12, 1918.
Past tense: The Marvelous World of Mrs. Maisel, Through Vintage Photos

Past tense: The Marvelous World of Mrs. Maisel, Through Vintage Photos

A view of Eighth Street in Greenwich Village. November 18, 1965.
Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess.

Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess.

Workers assembling Macintosh computers at Apple's factory in Fremont, Calif. March. 5, 1984.
Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess.

Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess.

Workers assembling Macintosh computers at Apple's factory in Fremont, Calif. March. 5, 1984.
Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess.

Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess.

Workers assembling Macintosh computers at Apple's factory in Fremont, Calif. March. 5, 1984.
Past tense: A Look at Ice Skating in New York: 75 Years of Chill Style

Past tense: A Look at Ice Skating in New York: 75 Years of Chill Style

Geraldine Heusing, a competitive skater, perfecting her moves at Wollman Rink in Central Park. Jan. 21, 1954.
Past Tense: Josephine Premice and the Tightrope of Race and Talent

Past Tense: Josephine Premice and the Tightrope of Race and Talent

In 1974, she was called “the best Haitian cook in all of America” by The Times.
Past Tense: The Eternal Treadmill of Fitness Trends: From Hot Pants to Hot Mess

Past Tense: The Eternal Treadmill of Fitness Trends: From Hot Pants to Hot Mess

In the early 1980s, instructors had become celebrities by virtue of their ability to bark exhortations that could be heard over the chorus of “It’s Raining Men.” Lee Martin, shown here in her West
Past Tense: How the Slice Joint Made Pizza the Perfect New York City Food

Past Tense: How the Slice Joint Made Pizza the Perfect New York City Food

Getting pizza and hanging about on MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village. Aug. 2, 1963.
Past Tense: Think Snowstorms Are Rough Now? Check Out These Vintage New York Blizzards

Past Tense: Think Snowstorms Are Rough Now? Check Out These Vintage New York Blizzards

Today, tickets in a snowstorm tend to mean violations for failing to shovel your walk. But in January of 1909, when this undated photo first ran in the newspaper, “snow tickets” referred to something
Past Tense: On Jackie Robinson Day, 100 Photos of the Icon on the Field and With Family

Past Tense: On Jackie Robinson Day, 100 Photos of the Icon on the Field and With Family

Robinson walks outside Ebbets Field, the day after he broke the color barrier and became the first African-American to play in the Major Leagues. April 16, 1947.
Past Tense: On Jackie Robinson’s 100th Birthday, 100 Photos of an Icon

Past Tense: On Jackie Robinson’s 100th Birthday, 100 Photos of an Icon

Robinson walks outside Ebbets Field, the day after he broke the color barrier and became the first African-American to play in the Major Leagues. April 16, 1947.
For Baseball and the Country, Jackie Robinson Changed the Game

For Baseball and the Country, Jackie Robinson Changed the Game

Robinson greeting youngsters in Central Park. Aug. 4, 1970.
For Baseball and the Country, Jackie Robinson Changed the Game

For Baseball and the Country, Jackie Robinson Changed the Game

Robinson greeting youngsters in Central Park. Aug. 4, 1970.
Past Tense: Dogs Before Instagram

Past Tense: Dogs Before Instagram

Jim Buck, perhaps the first professional dog walker, and his charges, near Central Park. March 5, 1964.