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Johnny Cash and his older brother, Jack, in 1936. Jack died at age 15 in a sawmill accident. Johnny Cash's name was plain J.R. until he enlisted in the air force. They didn't allow plain initials, so he chose the name John.

Jack And Johnny Cash - Picture From 'House Of Cash'

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Paul Slade, 1959.

1956. A young Elvis Presley at home in Memphis with mom Gladys, and an impressive assortment of stuffed animals.

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive | Vintage Fine Art Prints

Elvis and Little Lisa-Marie...For a Moment, Just A Loving Dad and Not The "King of Rock 'N Roll"--What A Special Shot...

"I never worry about diets. The only carrots that interest me are the number you get in a diamond." – Mae West

Mae West in She Done Him Wrong, 1933

Alabama Crimson Tide football ca. 1910s

Five Alabama Greats You've Probably Never Heard Of

Mar. 31, 1925. Congress authorizes the Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Construction on the memorial began in 1927, and the presidents' faces were completed between 1934 and 1939.

Evans Escapades: June 2010

Elvis Presley with parents

Marilyn Monroe, before she became a Hollywood star, appeared on the cover of "Yank" magazine while working in a Burbank, Ca., airplane factory. August, 1945.

The Pop History Dig » “Rosie The Riveter”1941-1945

Gateway Arch under construction in St. Louis, circa 1963-65

Gateway arch, St. Louis, under construction

Detroit - Edison Illuminating Company high line crew

history | Michigan in Pictures | Page 8

The models ( He chose his sister and his dentist.) who were used in "American Gothic" standing by the painting. Grant Wood saw a house in Iowa that he decided to paint along with “the kind of people I fancied should live in that house.”

Marilyn Monroe at age 22, Hollywood, 1949. (J.R. Eyerman—Time Life Pictures/Getty Images) |

5 yr old after day's work that began at 5 AM, was tired and refused to be photographed, the mother said, 'Oh, She's ugly,' said picking shrimp was very hard on the fingers, Biloxi, MS, by Lewis Wickes Hine 1911