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Images Dated 1st April 2010

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STOCK MARKET CRASH. An unlucky speculator, one Walter Thornton of New York, offering to sell his roadster after the stock market crash: oil over a photograph, Oct. 30, 1929 Featured 1 Apr 2010 Print

STOCK MARKET CRASH. An unlucky speculator, one Walter Thornton of New York, offering to sell his roadster after the stock market crash: oil over a photograph, Oct. 30, 1929

STOCK MARKET CRASH.
An unlucky speculator, one Walter Thornton of New York, offering to sell his roadster after the stock market crash: oil over a photograph, Oct. 30, 1929

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1900s, 1929, American, Car, City, Collision, Commerce, Crash, Crisis, Early, Encbr, Event, Exterior, Faa, Finance, Flk, Great Depression, License Plate, Men, North, Roadster, Speculator, Street, Thornton, Transportation, Wall Street, Walter

STOCK MARKET CRASH. Cartoon: New York Stock Exchange on Black Thursday , 1929. Print by William Gropper Featured 1 Apr 2010 Print

STOCK MARKET CRASH. Cartoon: New York Stock Exchange on Black Thursday , 1929. Print by William Gropper

STOCK MARKET CRASH.
Cartoon: New York Stock Exchange on "Black Thursday", 1929. Print by William Gropper

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1929, American, Banking, Black Thursday, Cartoon, City, Collision, Commerce, Crisis, Finance, Great Depression, Gropper, Men, North, Stock Broker, Wall Street, Will I Am

Extreme close-up of Bearded Barbet (Lybius dubius) feathers Featured 1 Apr 2010 Print

Extreme close-up of Bearded Barbet (Lybius dubius) feathers

Color patterns of bird plumage affect animal behavior and speciation. Diverse patterns are present in different species and within the individual. The patterns and colors are known to be important for attracting mates, protecting from predators, and they also affect bird behavior and can exhibit seasonal variations

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