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Marilyn Monroe

Alone on stage, Marilyn Monroe sings "Happy Birthday" to President John F. Kennedy, New York, May 19, 1962.

The first modern computer -- ENIAC -- February 14, 1946

Lists of people, places, and dates for putting together a unit study or just for reviewing and learning more about American history during the 1800's

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Clint Eastwood

ca. 1860’s, [portrait of a Union solider] via Heritage Auctions

WWII Japanese soldier Hiroo Onoda who hid in the jungles of Lubang Island in the Phillipines making small raids for 29 years. They finally convinced him the war was over in 1974.

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martin schoeller

vintage wedding band-amazing!

The Lady's Manual of Fancy Work.




This is officially my favorite picture ever.

BOOTH'S KILLER WAS MAD AS A HATTER: Boston Corbett, the Union Sergeant who shot and killed John Wilkes Booth, led a colorful and increasingly bizarre life. After his wife died in 1858, he castrated himself to avoid temptations of the flesh. He shot Booth against orders, stating "Providence guided my hand". After the war he returned to being a hatter, and his life spiraled downard. After being sent to an asylum in 1888, he escaped to live in a cabin in the woods, where he disappeared.

Little Jody Foster


Chief Bone Necklace an Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation (1899)

Brigitte Bardot Visits Picasso, 1956 - Source LIFE archive

1878-CC Seated Liberty Half, obverse