Hötorget (Haymarket) Square in Stockholm, Sweden, 1930, via Tekniska Museet Commons on flickr (all photos here).
There are more 1930 photos of the market
Gardener and 100-year-old pruned yew tree (T
axus baccata) at Ellinge Castle, Skåne, Sweden, 1927, by Mårten Sjöbeck, via Swedish National Heritage Board Commons on flickr.
still exists as a conference and events center. There are two shapes on the Google satellite map that could be the same yew.
These are summer flowers, but the picture captures a late fall mood.
An autochrome still life, probably taken in Sweden, ca. 1910s, by John Jäderström, via Tekniska museet on flickr (under CC license).
“King Ise’s Mound,” a prehistoric burial mound from the Bronze Age, Laholm, Halland County, Sweden, August 1924, by Berit Wallenberg, via Swedish National Heritage Board.
Berit Wallenberg was a Swedish archaeologist, art historian, and amateur photographer.
“ Fuchsias at Stureparken, Stockholm, Sweden. Photographed in June 1912 at the Olympic Games,” an autochrom by John Jäderström, via Tekniska Museet Commons on flickr.
Stureparken is a small park in a wealthy area of Stockholm near the Östermalm Athletic Grounds, site of the 1912 Games’ equestrian, fencing, and tennis events.