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Zitkala-Sa was a beautiful Yankton Sioux woman of Native American & white mixed ancestry. She was well educated and went on to become an accomplished author, musician, composer and later went on to work for the reform of Indian policies in the United States.

Marlene Dietrich with her daughter at the beach, 1928.

I saw this photo on Pinterest and challenged myself to try and place it. All I knew was that it was George H. W. Bush at 12 Years Old, but I think I was able to place it precisely -- see what you think. (Click the photo and slide the Green Fade Bar.)

CarlMydans, joined Life Magazine in 1934, and recorded photographic images of life and death throughout Europe and Asia during World War II. In 1941, the photographer and his wife Shelley, herself a journalist, were captured by the invading Japanese forces in the Philippines, held for nearly a year in Manila, then for another year in Shanghai, China, before they were released as part of a prisoner-of-war exchange.

Kris Kristofferson - Air Force brat, Army helicopter pilot, Rhodes Scholar in English, instructor at West Point, songwriter, actor, activist, object of desire.

Interior of St. Isaac's Cathedral, which is covered in 220lbs of gold! St. Petersburg, Russia

A glimpse of the mosaics that covered every wall inside the Church on Spilled Blood - St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ronald Reagan (second row, far left, with hand on chin) with his fourth-grade class in Tampico, Illinois, May 12, 1920.

Young Jimmy Carter with his pony, Lady Lee

George H.W. Bush played baseball while at the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.

Lyndon Johnson plays catcher in this 1923 baseball game.

John Kennedy (back row, third from left) was on the swim team while at Harvard.

Dwight Eisenhower kicks the football at West Point.

School House to White House

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Harry Truman and members of his family in a farm wagon at Grandview, Missouri.

School House to White House

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Franklin Roosevelt (back row, third from right) stands with the Groton baseball team.

School House to White House

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Young Herbert Hoover (center) with his siblings in West Branch, Iowa.

Bill Clinton (far left) at Miss Mary's Kindergarten in Hope, Arkansas.

First-grader Richard Nixon sits at the end of the first row. (Nixon Library)