A woman leans on the entrance to one of Bordighera’s…



A woman leans on the entrance to one of Bordighera’s gardens in Italy, 1928.Photograph by Hans Hildenbrand, National Geographic Creative

Hillside houses overlook smoke-belching steel mills in…



Hillside houses overlook smoke-belching steel mills in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1949. Photograph by John E. Fletcher and Anthony B. Stewart, National Geographic Creative

Women sit for a portrait in Salzburg, Austria, 1929. Photograph…



Women sit for a portrait in Salzburg, Austria, 1929. Photograph by Hans Hildenbrand, National Geographic Creative

Children play barefoot in a cactus garden on the Canary Islands,…



Children play barefoot in a cactus garden on the Canary Islands, 1955. Photograph by Franc and Jean Shore, National Geographic Creative

Men climb the mast of a fishing boat to furl the sail in Port…



Men climb the mast of a fishing boat to furl the sail in Port Said, Egypt, 1924. Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic Creative

Porpoises leap inside a man-made lagoon in Oahu, Hawaii, 1966….



Porpoises leap inside a man-made lagoon in Oahu, Hawaii, 1966. Photograph by Thomas Nebbia, National Geographic Creative

A chorus line high kicks during a show at Cafe Le Can Can in…



A chorus line high kicks during a show at Cafe Le Can Can in Miami Beach, Florida, 1963. Photograph by Dean Conger, National Geographic Creative

An informal portrait of a well dressed fashion designer at his…



An informal portrait of a well dressed fashion designer at his easel in France, 1918. Photograph by H. C. Ellis, National Geographic Creative

People relax beside a swimming pool at a country estate near…



People relax beside a swimming pool at a country estate near Phoenix, Arizona, 1928. Photograph by Clifton R. Adams, National Geographic Creative

People peer through a natural window in the castellated cliffs…



People peer through a natural window in the castellated cliffs above the river in White Cliffs, Montana, 1971. Photograph by Volkmar K. Wentzel, National Geographic Creative