First up, we have Tuesday Johnson's Historical Indulgences or, as he describes it: 'A collection of vernacular photography and ephemera focused mainly within the curious and often misunderstood realm of 19th century America. I have a soft spot for all things silly, antiquated, macabre, and grotesque.' Here's a sample:
Here's another great site - Bombsight by the University of Portsmouth - that shows the location of every bomb that fell on the UK during WW2. It brings the horror of the Blitz to sudden reality.
Then there's Discovering Dad, a never less than fascinating trawl through the cupboards, drawers and storage boxes of Terry Gilliam by his daughter Holly: