60 Of The Most Amazing Colorized Black and White Photos
From Audrey Hepburn to Abe Lincoln.
Wouldn’t it be wild if you came across an old color snapshot taken by your grandma that showed what life was like when she was growing up? Well, the good news is that modern technology may not be as far behind in that regard as you think.
Below, you’ll find a collection of colorized vintage photos that’ll blow your mind.
You can now catch a glimpse of history in color, beyond the confines of old black-and-white photographs.
Iconic Actress Audrey Hepburn
Helen Keller Meeting Charlie Chaplin, 1918
NYC's Madison Square Park in the Early 1900s
Dorthea Lang's poignant photo 'Migrant Mother'
Hitler's Special Easter Surprise, 1944
Ice Delivery Girls in 1918
Two Civil War Veterans Shake Hands in 1913
Times Square in New York City, 1947
Albert Einstein in 1921
Literary Legend, Mark Twain
Liz Taylor, 1956
Meeting Between President Lincoln and General McClellan
Out of Work Lumber Worker and Wife in 1939
Samurai in Training, 1860
The Hindenburg Blimp Disaster
Soldier Reading to His Buddy in London, 1927
Anne Frank (1942)
Louis Armstrong, 1946
Harry Houdini Performing a Trick in 1912
Albert Einstein and a Friend in 1939
Charlie Chaplin, 1916
Baseball Legend Lou Gehrig Right After His Famous Retirement Speech
Nikola Tesla, 1893
Union Soldiers, 1863
Oklahoma Farm Family, 1939
Joan Crawford, 1932
Washington, D.C. Gas Station, 1924
Casualties of the Battle of Gettysburg
President Ulysses S. Grant with His Family in 1870
Claude Monet Circa 1923
British Soldiers, 1939
D.C. Car Accident, 1921
View from the Nashville Capitol in 1864
Big Jay McNeely Plays in Los Angeles in 1953
Boys With Flowers in 1908
Texas Farmer, 1931
Henry Ford, 1919
Old Gold Country Store, 1939
General Grant in a Civil War Counsel
Young Man in the Baltimore Slums, 1938
Poet Walt Whitman in 1868
Son of a Vermont Woodcutter, 1936
A Burger Chef In 1938
Union Artillery Division During the Civil War
Newsies on a Smoke Break in 1910
Lewis Powell, Lincoln Assassination Conspirtor
Lee Harvey Oswald
Being transported for questioning for the murder of JFK.
Egyptian Work Crew, 1907
Littleton, New Hampshire, 1908
The Shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald
Author H.G. Wells
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