Fairyland Cottages, West Lake Lane, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, 1980, by John Margolies, via John Margolies Roadside America archive, Library of Congress Commons on flickr.
The twelve cabins were built in 1938, modeled (roughly) after the cottage in Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. They were placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. Unfortunately, this did not protect them from demolition in 2008 — burned by the fire department in a training exercise. There are two condominium buildings on the site now.
“Untitled,” via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
In the Library’s online catalogue, this picture appears among U.S. Farm Security Administration photos taken by Jack Delano on dairy farms in New Hampshire and Vermont in August 1941.
“Hot water in the City of the Thousand Fountains,” Aix-en-Provence, France, ca. 1910, by Guittard (published by C. Martinet), via Casas-Rodríguez Collection, under CC license.
The Fontaine d’Eau Chaude was the first fountain built on the Cours Mirabeau — in the 1600s. The hot water (34°C/64°F) comes from the hot springs of Bagniers. There are current photos here and here, showing it still covered in moss.
Cake shop and café in Halmstad, Halland, Sweden, between 1920 and 1939, by Otto Nilsson, via Swedish National Heritage Board Commons on flickr.
You can click on the photo to enlarge it.
Unidentified family at Mount Sylvia, Queensland, ca. 1901, photographer unknown, via State Library of Queensland Commons on flickr.