<p>An Inuit man warms his wife’s feet in Peterahwik, Greenland. The photo was published in <i>Northward Over the Great Ice</i>, Robert Peary’s account of his 1880s and 90s expeditions.</p>

Foot Rub

An Inuit man warms his wife’s feet in Peterahwik, Greenland. The photo was published in Northward Over the Great Ice, Robert Peary’s account of his 1880s and 90s expeditions.

Photogragh by Robert E. Peary, National Geographic

Our Favorite Vintage Photos of Winter

Hikers navigate treacherous crevasses, horses save a snow-bound car, and an actor does a daring leap on skis in these photos from our archives.

Winter is here, and though some regions are already piled high with snow, others are experiencing some freakishly warm weather. But wherever you are, be sure to curl up with some hot cocoa, because these snowy photos from our archives are sure to make it feel cold outside.

8 From the Archive is a weekly selection culled from National Geographic's archive, and curated by Archivist Bill Bonner and Senior Photo Editor Jessie Wender.

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