Yes, I know you can navigate the Interwebs and that this has been posted elsewhere. But, did you read this post, and click through all the images? Did you see this one?
Great color photographs from the early 20th century. Albert Kahn, a French banker, set out to document the peoples of the globe using the world's first user-friendly, true-colour photographic system. He hoped the project would ultimately promote cross-cultural understanding. The anthropologist in me is captivated.
As a person with too many things and too many collections, I am intrigued by Lisa Congdon's blog, A Collection a Day, 2010. Some things I covet while others do nothing for me. But isn't that really the crux of the collection? What matters is what the collection evokes or conjures for you, not its monetary value or relevance to anyone else. I picked something related to sewing but I promise there is something for everyone!