The Selfie. Photograph by The Byron Company. In this capture from December the photographers of the Byron Company got together for a selfie on the roof of Marceau’s photography studio in New York City.
Madame Vice President: Minnie Brown (taken at White Studios, NY, “She was an actress and singer, and a member of the Williams Walker Vaudevillian troupe. In 1920 she served as vice president for the National Association of Negro Musicians.
Four-man bicycle is powered by five chains and has brakes on both its wheels, The bike was built by Art Rothschild (top position) who broke three ribs while learning how to ride it. (Photo by Wallace Kirkland/Time & Life Pictures)
Just in case you need a pinch of perspective: From the Imperial War Museum in London, "Three nurses carry babies cocooned in baby gas respirators down the corridor of a London hospital during a gas drill." GAS DRILL AT A LONDON HOSPITAL: ENGLAND, 1940