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In 1969, when black Americans were still prevented from swimming alongside whites, Mr.Rogers decided to invite Officer Clemmons to join him and cool his feet in a pool, breaking a well-known color barrier.
The Carter administration installed 32 panels on the White House designed to harvest the sun's rays and use them to heat water in 1979.
In 1945 a B-25 bomber got lost in the fog and crashed into the 79th floor of the Empire State Building. 14 people died in the accident.
Babies who lost their parents during the Vietnam War being airlifted back to the United States for adoption, 1975.
This picture of James Dean at a gas station in 1955 was taken just a couple of hours before his fatal car accident. He was only 24 years old.
Fidel Castro and Che Guevara sailing to Cuba on a yacht, 1960.
The only known photo of Abraham Lincoln’s second inaugural address. John Wilkes Booth can actually be seen in the center of the top row of the top platform (March 4, 1865).
The 'Colditz Cock': A glider made of bed-sheets, floorboards and other material and used to escape a prison (1945).
Nuclear Bomb “Shadow” in Hiroshima, Japan 1945: When the nuclear bomb exploded, it emitted intense thermal radiation which “bleached” everything it hit. The people who were close enough to the blast was vaporized almost instantly.
The original prototype for Mount Rushmore, 1923.
The only known photo of Abraham Lincoln’s second inaugural address in 1865. John Wilkes Booth (blue circle) can actually be seen in the center of the top row of the top platform.
A black liquid called Coca-Cola was first introduced to France in 1950.
The only person to be known to have been struck by a meteor, Ann Hodges, shows off her bruise (1954)
Marilyn Monroe shakes hands with Queen Elizabeth II, both of them just 30 years old, at a movie premiere in October of (1956)
Ham the chimp poses with a newspaper announcing his successful trip to space (1961)
A tower of confiscated barrels full of alcohol, ready to be burned during prohibition (1924)
A Soviet soldier stands with the head of a Hitler statue, Berlin (1945)
A pyramid constructed with captured German helmets, New York (1918)
Prime Pilot Scott Carpenter receives a congratulatory call from President Kennedy in 1962. Carpenter was recovered by a helicopter and taken to the U.S.S. Intrepid after a 4 hour and 56 minute mission in space.
On October 12th, 1960, the 17-year-old student Otoya Yamaguchi killed the socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma with a sword during a speech in Tokyo’s Hibiya Hall.
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