Here are this week’s interesting historical photos. For part 233, click here.
1. Defying Apartheid laws, Archbishop Desmond Tutu (blue shirt) and his supporters jog across a whites-only beach in Cape Town, South Africa, September 1989.
2. An Icecream man and a child feeding his sister, Istanbul, 1898.
3. Jail photo of Lewis Powell, a conspirator in the Lincoln assassination, 1865.
4. Yugoslavian war.
Words behind soldier: “God, if I die young, send me to heaven because I was already in hell.” Around 1993.
5. Debbie Harry & David Bowie backstage during the idiot tour, 1977.
6. ‘Ice Girls’ delivering blocks of ice from a truck, 1918.
7. Yuma Indian, playing his flute, Arizona, circa 1885.
He is in body paint, seated, facing front. At his feet are 3 playing cards that are face up. Photographer: Taber, Isaiah West.
8. Armenian-Gregorian church in the Soviet Union which was converted into a planetarium, (now Batumi, Georgia), 1984.
9. Valery Khodemchuk, the first victim of the Chernobyl disaster, 1985.
10. A racially segregated audience watching black musician Paul Robeson perform at the Naval Training Station in Great Lakes, Illinois, 1943.