History in Color: Adding a Colorful Spin to a Monochrome Past

Maybe you’ve seen the original black & white originals, but you’ve never seen the re-touched colorful versions. Seeing these historical photos in color really changes the way you look at the past. It even has an almost time-travelling effect – as though you’re right there with them! So let’s start. Enjoy the ride!

Helen Keller and Charlie Chaplin in 1918.

This is a photo of blind and mute Helen Keller meeting the famous comedian and actor Charlie Chaplin in 1918. Keller was an author, political activist and lecturer.


Boredom therapy

The two meeting in the way they did is a sight to see on its own. But seeing it in color really has a way of putting you in the moment as if you were there to see it in person.

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