A vintage post-card collector on Flickr who goes by the username Post Man has kindly allowed us to share his wonderful collection of vintage postcards and erotica from the turn of the century. This album is full of exquisite photographs from around the world of a variety of people dressed in beautiful clothing in exotic settings. In an era well before the internet, these photographs would be one of the only ways you could could see how people in other countries looked and dressed.

Take a look at PostMan's gallery of over 90 vintage postcards on Flickr.


Vintage erotica c. 1920

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

Japanese woman c. 1913

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Maude Ewing Adams Kiskadden an American stage actress c. 1895

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Cambodian girl c. 1906

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Vintage erotica  c. 1913

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Beduinin woman c. 1919

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Japanese woman c. 1920

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Gypsy girl with Mandolin c. 1911

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Luzon Woman c. 1909

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Nepalese lady c. 1905

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Vietnamese woman c. 1908

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Vintage erotica  c.1919

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Actress Anna May Wong  c. 1927

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

English actress Lily Elsie c. 1909

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Two women from Bou-Saâda c. 1911

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Post Man

assets.goodstatic.com

Thomas R. Petersen / Twitter

There are a few things you shouldn't do on social media if you want to keep your job. One of them is posting quotes attributed to Adolph Hitler.

It shouldn't matter if you're a school teacher, construction worker, or play wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles, you should lose your job for sharing Hitler quotes. Heck, even if Trump advisor Stephen Miller — the architect of Trump's most racist policies — posted a quote attributed to Adolph Hitler, he'd probably lose his job, too.

On Saturday, July 4, Eagles Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson posted a photo to his Instagram stories of a quote that was attributed to Adolph Hitler. He didn't make the post in an attempt to speak out against racism. Nope, his attempt was to promote anti-Semitism among Black people.

Keep Reading Show less