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Coal Miners coming up a Coal Mine Elevator after a day of work in 1920's Belgium
Dr. Erich Salomon faked a broken arm so he could hide a camera in his cast to photograph the US Supreme Court - 1932
Arikara Warrior 'Bear’s Belly' - North Dakota, USA - Photo by Edward Curtis 1909
Astronaut Neil Armstrong's wife & sons watch the liftoff of Apollo 11 - July 16 1969
Wind causing the occupied 700 foot long Airship USS Los Angeles on its nose Mid-Somersault atop the 200 foot Mooring Mast at Lakehurst, NJ, USA - 1926
Captain A.L. Kahn with the taxidermist's mount of a giant Manta Ray he caught - 1933
Daguerreotype of American Abolitionist Leader John Brown by Augustus Washington - 1846
A Navajo man wearing a Ceremonial mask and Dress of Nayenezgani - photo by Edward S. Curtis c. 1904
Daniel F. Bakeman (1759-1869) - The last surviving soldier of the US Revolutionary War who received a veteran’s pension - Photo taken in 1868 at age 109
George Armstrong Custer in his West Point Uniform - c.1860
Daredevil Evel Knievel Crashes at Wembley Stadium - London, England, UK - May 26, 1975
First Photo of the Acropolis in Greece c.1842
Black Eagle - Ogalala Lakota Medicine Man - 1932
Actor/Comedian Robin Williams signing autographs at a homeless shelter in Boston - 1988
Daytona Beach, Florida - 1957
The Rufus Buck Gang - Arkansas/Oklahoma - 1890s
Old West American Outlaw Jesse James - c.1860's
U.S. GI’s take a morning walk accompanied by Dutch children in traditional Volendam dress -Hoensbroek Castle, Netherlands - 1944 - (colorized)
A Native American looks down upon a newly completed section of the Transcontinental Railroad, 435 miles from Sacramento, California - photo by Alfred A. Hart, 1867
Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the imperial crown, walks through the Royal gallery to the House of Lords chamber to officiate at the opening of a new session of British Parliament in London in November, 1954 AP
A soldier of the British Expeditionary Force, arriving back from Dunkirk greeted affectionately by his girlfriend - May 31, 1940 Getty Images
Prince Rainier, Prince of Monaco, and Princess Grace (Kelly) at the Palace of Monaco - April 1956
RMS Queen Mary arriving in New York Harbor filled with thousands of returning US Soldiers - 1945
Waves of Consolidated B-24 liberators of the 15th AAF targeting the Concordia Vega Oil refinery, Romania - 1944
Southern Cheyenne Chief Wolf Robe - Recipient of a President Benjamin Harrison Peace Medal -Possible model for the Indian Head Nickel - photo by Frank A. Rinehart - 1899
Track camera at Sainte Livrade Race Track near Bordeaux, France captures the finish of a trotter race revealing an enthusiastic fox terrier which jumped on the track for some impromptu racing - September 2, 1972
Actor & Future U.S. President Ronald Reagan modelling for a sculpture - c. 1939
U.S. Marines have their rifles ready as they search for Japanese snipers in a palm grove during operations at Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands - August, 1942
Little America III - Admiral Richard Byrd's abandoned camp established 1940-1941 on the Ross Ice Shelf of Antarctica photographed in 1958 - Buried in the snow the site of Little America III was carried out to sea in 1963
Senator Margaret Chase Smith, the first woman to be placed in nomination for the presidency at a major party's convention, arrives at the Republican National Convention in California - 1964
Henry Ford (r) & Barney Oldfield (l), first man to drive a car at 60 miles per hour (96 kmh) on a circular track in 1903 - 1902
This Polaroid image of the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas capturing the presidential limousine a fraction of a second after the fatal shot - Photo taken by Mary Ann Moorman, a witness to the assassination
Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, and his wife Sophie riding in an open carriage at Sarajevo June 28, 1914 shortly before their assassination - photo by Henry Guttmann
Emperor Nicholas II of Russia & Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna - 1903
US Coast Guard Cutter Spencer (WPG-36) Destroys The Nazi Submarine U-175 - April, 1943
A US soldier inspects Nazi looted art found in a church in Ellingen, Germany - April, 1945 - Colorized -
A Caravan of GM Futurliners crossing America during the company’s Parade to Progress - 1950
Martha Jane Cannary "Calamity Jane" - American frontierswoman and performer in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show - c.1880
A Corporal of the 9th USCC near Denver, Colorado, USA - 1890
Robert Wadlow, also known as the Alton Giant and the Giant of Illinois, was 8′ 11″ and the tallest person ever in recorded history - ca. 1939
Tsar Nicholas II and his family during World War I c.1916
The wrecked remains of actor James Dean's Porsche 550 Spyder - Cholame, California, USA - September 30, 1955
Employee Cafeteria @ Disneyland - 1961
John F. Daniels, MP, inspects the electrically-powered midget auto, designed by a former kamikaze pilot, during its first public run in Tokyo, December 21, 1947 AP
Los Angeles, California Gangster Mickey Cohen standing amongst the Front Pages of Newspapers that helped make him the city's most Infamous Citizen - 1960
The USS Sennet SS-408 - Operation “Highjump,” the third Byrd Antarctic Expedition - USN photo courtesy of Arctic Submarine Laboratory c.1947
Jesse Owens hits the ground to set a new world long jump record at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin - August 14, 1936 - AP Photo
Portrait of U.S. president Woodrow Wilson formed by 21,000 soldiers at Camp Sherman, Ohio - 1918
Portable Telephones 1983 - Toronto, Canada
Ironclad U.S.S. St. Louis - Launched in Saint Louis, Missouri 1861 - Renamed the Baron de Kalb 1862
Accident of the Montparnasse Railway Station in Paris, France - 1895
The Automat at Grand Central Station, New York City - 1948
Native Alaskan poses with her child - 1906
March 16, 1937 - Amelia Earhart receiving her last haircut from barber Walter Grieben at the Tribune Barber Shop in Oakland CA - Earhart disappeared July 2, 1937 over the Pacific Ocean in her attempt at becoming the first female to complete a circumnavigational flight of the globe
A worker perches on the North Leg of the Gateway Arch 600 feet above the ground during construction - Saint Louis, MO, USA 1965
A group of Samurai in front of the Sphinx - Egypt - 1863
Gen. George A. Custer Crossing the Dakota Territory - W. H. Illingworth - 1874
German soldiers rounded up after a house to house search in La Haye Du Puits, Normandy, France, on July 14, 1944 - AP
Emperor Nicholas Romanov II of Russia, his wife Empress Alexandra, daughters Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, & Anastasia and son Tsarevich Alexei on the occasion of Alexei's Christening - 1904
A Young Yuma Man Playing his Flute in Arizona - 1900
Shipyard Workers examining massive propellers of British Ocean Liner RMS Olympic in dry dock - Belfast - 1911
The Deadwood Coach - photo by John C.H. Grabill - 1889
An Aerial View of the Woodstock Festival on farmer Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in Bethel, New York in 1969 - Sullivan County, NY declared the festival a state of emergency - AP
An unconscious Babe Ruth, after running into a wall chasing after a foul ball during the first game of a doubleheader with the Washington Senators - 1924
Animator Walt Disney - 1939
Clive Sinclair founder of Sinclair Radionics displays the Microvision Television - New York, New York, USA - 1977
Mescalero Apache Mountain Spirit Dancers - New Mexico - 1899 - San Carlos Agency
A Super-Fortress drops high explosive bombs on Formosa, Southern-most Island of Japan, in raids which preceded the Tokyo attacks - 1944
The first US test of a captured German V2 rocket -1946 - Photo by Universal History Archive
A Patient Purchasing Sundries including Cigarettes from his Hospital Bed in the 1950's
Tacoma News Tribune Photographer Howard Clifford running off the Tacoma Narrows "Galloping Gertie" Bridge in Tacoma, Washington shortly before it collapsed on November 7, 1940
"The Comedy of Terrors" - Basil Rathbone, Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff - 1964
Chicago, Illinois, USA - Randolph Street looking east from LaSalle - c.1900
Aviator Ruth Law in her Curtiss Model D airplane 1915 - She bought her first airplane, a Wright Model B, from Orville Wright in 1912
Henry Ford and his son, Edsel Ford sitting on Henry’s first car in December, 1939 AP
Führerbunker - Interior of Hitler's Bunker partially burned by retreating German troops and stripped of valuables by invading Russians - Berlin, Germany - 1945
Legendary screen actress Marlene Dietrich tries to select the Queen of the chorus of the GI troupe during her visit to their camp at Namur, Belgium, Nov. 30, 1944 AP
First photo of an Electric Chair Execution - Ruth Snyder convicted of her husband's murder - Sing Sing Prison - Ossining, New York, USA - January 12, 1928 - Photo by Tom Howard
President Abraham Lincoln with Pinkerton & McClernand on Battlefield of Antietam, Maryland - Alexander Gardner - 1862
Hupa man Fishing with a Spear - Photo by Edward Curtis 1923
Oglala Tribe Member Red Hawk with his horse in South Dakota’s Badlands - 1905 - Edward S. Curtis
Harvey Girls - Fred Harvey's Old West Waitresses at his Harvey House Restaurants along the Santa Fe Railway Line - c.1900
The Liberty Bell arrives at the St. Louis World's Fair accompanied by members of the Philadelphia Police Department on Liberty Bell Day at the Fair - June 8, 1904 - Missouri Historical Society
Children Marching past Ruined Homes in Isigny, France to participate in Ceremonies marking Bastille Day at the village War Memorial - 1944
Young man plays a game of “Star Trek” on a “home” computer at the Computer Store in Los Angeles, California - 1977
Members of the RECON Platoon shown unloading from a UH-1D Huey Helicopter during Operation Oregon - Vietnam - 1967
Southern Cheyenne Chief Wolf Robe wearing his President Benjamin Harrison Peace Medal - 1899 - Frank A. Rinehart
Readers Browsing Books at the Library at Holland House after WWII Bombing - Kensington, London, England, UK - 1940
Original Caption - "1912 This is the killer. It is the actual iceberg which caused the British luxury liner Titanic to sink. The 46000 ton vessel was still going at a speed of 25mph when she hit the iceberg. 2 hrs & 40 min later the magnificent ship was under, with the loss of 1517 lives"
Infantry Unit with Bayonets Marching down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC followed by three ambulances - Mathew Brady - May 1865
Queen's Guard Sentry getting charmed at the Tower of London - 1953
The July 3, 1883 Capsizing upon launch of the SS Daphne in Glasgow, Scotland killing 124 crew members
About 15,000 panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt are displayed in front of the Rose Bowl - Pasadena, California - September, 1995
Vladimir Lenin’s funeral procession with Joseph Stalin as the Chief Mourner - January 1924 - Pravda
Students at Driver Education Simulators - Brooklyn, New York - 1960's
Photographers silhouetted as the Space Shuttle Challenger lifts off Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center - Aug. 30, 1983
A Short Sunderland of the 201 Squadron RAF moored at Tower Bridge during the 1956 commemoration of the Battle of Britain - London, England, UK
The Wreckage of the USS Maine - Havana Harbor, Cuba - 1898
Southwest Bank Robbery - St. Louis, MO - 1953 - Later turned into the movie "The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery" with Steve McQueen
Photo believed to show missing Pilot Amelia Earhart, her Navigator Fred Noonan & her Lockheed Model 10-E Electra - The dock at Jabor on Jaluit Atoll in the Marshall Islands (under Japanese military control at the time) - Pacific Ocean - 1937
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