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March 12, 2013
Dwell is a huge fan of Tumblrs for inspiration and pictorial satisfaction. Today, we focus on "Found," a Tumblr created by National Geographic to celebrate their 125th anniversary. Sourced from the National Geographic archives, many of these images were never published or released to the public. Although many of the images are missing their original date or location, they still reveal timeless moments across all cultures. The prints will also be available for sale in the National Geographic online store.
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  Two girls in Huwara, Palestine, 1926. Photo by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic.
    Two girls in Huwara, Palestine, 1926. Photo by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic.
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  An animal trainer carries a 300-pound lion in Moscow, March 1966. Photo by Dean Conger, National Geographic.
    An animal trainer carries a 300-pound lion in Moscow, March 1966. Photo by Dean Conger, National Geographic.
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  Central Park, December 1960. Photo by: Bates Littlehales, National Geographic.
    Central Park, December 1960. Photo by: Bates Littlehales, National Geographic.
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  The Taj Mahal on the Jumna River in 1923. Photo by: Jules Gervais Courtellemont, National Geographic.
    The Taj Mahal on the Jumna River in 1923. Photo by: Jules Gervais Courtellemont, National Geographic.
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  Alexander Graham Bell gives his wife, Mabel, a smooch in a tetrahedral kite, October 1903. Photo courtesy Library of Congress.
    Alexander Graham Bell gives his wife, Mabel, a smooch in a tetrahedral kite, October 1903. Photo courtesy Library of Congress.
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  Gellert Bath, an outdoor swimming pool on the Danube in January 1930, Photo by Hand Hildenbrand, National Geographic.
    Gellert Bath, an outdoor swimming pool on the Danube in January 1930, Photo by Hand Hildenbrand, National Geographic.
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Two girls in Huwara, Palestina
Two girls in Huwara, Palestine, 1926. Photo by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic.

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