Unpublished And Forgotten Photos from National Geographic Archives
National Geographic has always published wonderful photographs, many of which became iconic. National Geographic Found has been created when someone decided to dust off National Geagraphic archives. The idea of National Geographic Found is to show the world never published photos. Check out some of them below.
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1. A cowgirl puts a nickel in an El Paso parking meter to hitch her pony, October 1939.
2. Alexander Graham Bell and Mabel kissing within a tetrahedral kite, October 1903.
3. Children swim and play in oceanside pool, February 1955.
4. Tuareg goatherds drink tea in their desert shelter at Hassi Izernene, August 1973.
5. Dancing men brandish spears and palm-leaf shields in Fiji, November 1958.
6. A student works at the Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem, 1927.
7. On assignment in Denmark, 1947.
8. A grouper is examined by three kittens at Marineland in Florida, 1938.
9. A girl feeds her pet bear in Riggins, Idaho.
10. Sledders clamber up a snowy hill in Central Park, December 1960.
11. Subway train headed to the Plaza Italia Station in Buenos Aires, November 1939.
12. Members of a Salonica youth organization reenact a Macedonian battle, December 1930.
13. Bengal tigers crouch as animal trainer carries a 300-pound lion in Moscow, March 1966.
14. Children cool off from summer heat outside a Connecticut firehouse, April 1935.
15. Peasant takes up collection for new church donning keg and cow horn in Austria, November 1932.
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