【图集】回顾1921:百年前的图像

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一个世纪前,俄罗斯经历了一场可怕的饥荒,爱尔兰建立了自由邦,美国总统沃伦·G·哈丁就职,在俄克拉荷马州发生了塔尔萨族种族大屠杀,人们开始使用一种名为“洗碗碟机”的新机器, 约克的麦迪逊广场花园(Madison Square Garden)是当时“世界上最大的室内游泳池”,等等。 请花一点时间回顾一下100年前世界各地的一些活动和场景。

A century ago, Russia was enduring a terrible famine, the Irish Free State was created, U.S. President Warren G. Harding was inaugurated, the Tulsa Race Massacre took place in Oklahoma, a new machine called a “dish-washer” was introduced, New York’s Madison Square Garden was home to “the world’s largest indoor swimming pool,” and much more. Please take a moment to look back at some of the events and sights from around the world 100 years ago.

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A row of New York City policemen, photographed wearing sets of portable traffic lights. At the time, effective methods of traffic control were still being developed in big cities in the U.S. 
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A view of Mount Rainier, with the buildings of Seattle, Washington, visible in the foreground, in 1921. This photo was taken from Bigelow Avenue, North, near present-day Bhy Kracke Park. See the view today in Google Maps.
A view of Mount Rainier, with the buildings of Seattle, Washington, visible in the foreground. This photo was taken from Bigelow Avenue, near present-day Bhy Kracke Park. See the view today in Google Maps
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A 1921 publicity photo of the Canadian actress Mary Pickford, reading a copy of Little Lord Fauntleroy. She portrayed both Cedric Errol and Widow Errol in a screen version of the classic children’s book. 
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A view of Copacabana, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in October of 1921.
A view of Copacabana, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in October 1921 
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The actress Madge Saunders rides her “Ner-A-Car” motorcycle, somewhere in the U.K, circa 1921. 
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Michael Collins, an Irish leader during the struggle for Irish independence, addresses an election meeting, circa 1921. 
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In May 1921, the Irish Republican Army briefly occupied and then burned the Dublin Custom House, which housed a British government agency, during the Irish War of Independence. 
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A large crowd gathered in front of the Mansion House in Dublin, during preliminary peace talks in July 1921. 
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A young newspaper seller wears a hat that reads “Have you read the news? One cent” in November 1921. He holds copies of The Washington Daily News
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The original caption from April 25, 1921 reads: “All the drudgery of dishwashing—this three-times-a day task which comes to the housewife who does her own housework—has been eliminated by the new dishwasher shown in this photograph. It is the invention of a Cincinnati school teacher, who sought to make things a bit more pleasant for his wife. Incidentally, his idea was worth $12 to him, for a manufacturing concern thought so much of the ‘dishwasher,’ they purchased the rights and will seek to add a little joy to thousands of other housewives. With the aid of only hot water, dishes placed in a wire rack and set into the drum are made clean and spotless in two minutes.” 
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Albert Einstein, with his 2nd wife Elsa Lowenthal Einstein, photographed aboard a ship in April of 1921. Einstein was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics
Albert Einstein, with his second wife Elsa Lowenthal Einstein, photographed aboard a ship in April 1921. Einstein was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work in theoretical physics and the discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect. 
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The Einsteinturm, or Einstein Tower, is an astrophysical observatory in Potsdam, Germany, named after Albert Einstein, and designed by Erich Mendelsohn. Construction was completed in 1921. 
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A scene from the Z-T Ranch in Park County, Wyoming 
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People enjoy fairground rides in Southend-on-Sea in England. The sign at left promises “Uncontrolled Mirth.” 
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Painter Marc Chagall teaches children in a shelter for Jewish Homeless Children in Malakhovka, Russia, in 1921
The painter Marc Chagall teaches children in the colony for Jewish Homeless Children in Malakhovka, Russia, in 1921. 
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A view of the crowd attending President Warren G. Harding’s inaugural address on March 4, 1921, in Washington, D.C. 
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President Harding addressed the U.S. Congress in April of 1921.
President Harding addressed the U.S. Congress in April 1921. 
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The original caption reads: “Girls of University of Cincinnati Stage Grecian Games. Garbed in costumes of ancient Greece, fair students of the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, arranged a set of Grecian Games for the benefit of the University athletic fund. All of the girl students of the University, who take a great interest in outdoor games and athletics, took part in the games. The fund was greatly increased through the staging of the unique attraction.” 
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An aerial view of the Lower Manhattan area of New York City with Battery Park on the left, seen in September 1921 
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Telephone operators at work, in the Hotel Crillon, in Paris, France, on March 10, 1921.
Telephone operators at work, in the Hotel Crillon in Paris, France, on March 10, 1921. 
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Smoke billows over Tulsa, Oklahoma, during the 1921 Tulsa race massacre. Beginning on May 31, 1921, mobs of white residents attacked Black residents and businesses in Tulsa’s thriving Greenwood neighborhood. The violence continued for at least 18 hours, leaving dozens dead, hundreds injured, and thousands homeless. 
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Injured and wounded men are taken to a hospital by National Guardsmen, following the Tulsa race massacre, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, June 3, 1921. 
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June 1, 1921, a view of some of the aftermath of the Tulsa Race Massacre.
A view of some of the aftermath of the Tulsa Race Massacre on June 1, 1921 
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The Westwood, a new sports car driven by Bertie Timberlake, photographed somewhere in England on April 1, 1921 
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The original caption from April 27, 1921 reads: “New York, NY- Seizure of wine on a court warrant at 38 Cherry Street. Shows officials taking barrels from the cellar.” Prohibition was in effect in the United States from 1920 to 1933. 
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Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, President Warren Harding, and Harvey Firestone spend time together during a camping trip in Washington County, Maryland, in July of 1921.
Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, President Warren Harding, and Harvey Firestone spend time together during a camping trip in Washington County, Maryland, in July 1921. 
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Thomas Edison enjoys a mid-day nap under a tree at a camp in Washington County, Maryland, in July 1921. 
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The Italian Caproni Capronissimo, a prototype nine-winged flying boat, sits in Lake Maggiore, Italy. With quarters for 100 passengers, it was the largest aircraft in the world at the time. After a brief but successful maiden flight, the aircraft crashed on its second flight in March 1921, breaking apart on impact. 
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Betsey Price, in her first year of high school, is photographed sewing at her 4-H club in Marlinton, West Virgina. 
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The original caption reads: “Ragged and barefoot, starving Russian families in the Volga area during the Russian Famine, October, 1921.” After years of war, the severe Russian famine of 1921–22 was responsible for the deaths of an estimated 5 million people. 
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The original caption from 1921 reads: “Russian agricultural workers plow a field with a captured British tank, after the Civil War decimated technical resources in Russian rural areas.” 
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Murderer’s Row (from left): Wally Pipp, Babe Ruth, Roger Peckinpaugh, Bob Meusel, and Frank “Home Run” Baker, of the New York Yankees, photographed in Yankee Stadium in 1921 
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Huge crowds watch as the New York Yankees’ Babe Ruth plays during a game at the Polo Grounds in 1921. 
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A group of people pick hops at Paddocks Wood in Kent, England, in 1921. 
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Leon Trotsky, People’s Commissar for Military and Naval Affairs of the Soviet Union, reviews the Red Band in Moscow. 
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People play a game of water tennis, in Washington, D.C., in August of 1921.
People play a game of water tennis in Washington, D.C., in August 1921. 
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The original caption reads: “Edward, Prince of Wales, is accompanied by a group of other hunters as he goes tiger shooting in Nepal. 1921.” 
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A group portrait of a class in home hygiene and care of the sick, taken in New Sweden, in Bonneville County, Idaho, in July of 1921.
A group portrait of a class in home hygiene and care of the sick, taken in New Sweden, Bonneville County, Idaho, in July 1921. 
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The original caption from June 1921 reads: “New York City – Madison Square Garden transformed into a swimming scene in Tex Rickard’s luxurious indoor swimming pool which was thrown open to the public.” The boxing promoter Tex Rickard had built “the world’s largest indoor swimming pool” for this event at the arena. 
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The original caption reads: “Washington, D.C. – Louise Johnson and Sgt. Stubbie, the famous war dog, made a striking sight in the parade. Stubbie was the most decorated dog in the AEF, wearing wound and service stripes earned in action. Miss Louise Johnson is daughter of Colonel Johnson, of the General Staff, USA.” 
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