The Dalton gang (Bill Power; Bob Dalton; Grat Dalton, Dick Broadwell), after their unsuccessful attempt to rob two banks at once in Coffeyville, Kansas, in 1892. Emmet Dalton survived with 23 gunshot wounds. A fourth Dalton brother, Bill, rode with the Wild Bunch (the Doolin-Dalton gang or Oklahombres, not Butch Cassidy's outlaws).
'Three days dead, King George VI rested in the little church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate, in a plain coffin made for him overnight, out of an old oak in the park, by the carpenters of the royal estate. On Feb 11 the King's coffin was to be taken to London, there to lie in Westminster Hall until the funeral on Feb 15th 1952. Among the wreaths was the one at the foot of the coffin reading 'To Darling Papa from Elizabeth and Phillip'
If there's one thing Sara Ginaite-Rubinson, 85. is adamant about, it's that she is not a hero. As a Holocaust survivor and part of an anti-Nazi resistant group, she's often classified as a hero. "I don't think a survivor is a hero. A hero is a person who tried and didn't survive. To survive was accidental; it was pure luck. This is the reality of the Holocaust," she recalls.
Battlefield of Second Manassass. Taken in the mid 1930s, this photograph shows the view (70 years later) that greeted Union Gen. Fitz-John Porter on August 29, 1862, as he attempted to flank Jackson's Confederate position. However, Longstreet's southern soldiers stood between Porter and his objective on the distant high ground. Today, I-66 runs through a portion of the landscape shown in this vintage photograph.
Lawman Frank Hamer when he was a 24-year old City Marshal in Navasota, Texas. He would gain fame years later as the Texas Ranger who got Bonnie and Clyde.