21 Of The Most Heartwarming Historic Photos Ever

21 Of The Most Heartwarming Historic Photos Ever

Vivien T. Thomas. In 1944, Hopkins' surgery chief, Alfred Blalock, successfully operated on the heart of a 9-pound child, a "blue baby." Medical experts believed cardiac surgery was impossible. As Blalock prepared to make his historic incision, he looked around the operating room and asked, "Where's Vivien?" Blalock would not begin until Thomas, stationed on a stool behind his right shoulder, was there to guide Blalock through procedures. Prejudice long kept Thomas' crucial role…

Vivien T. Thomas. In 1944, Hopkins' surgery chief, Alfred Blalock, successfully operated on the heart of a 9-pound child, a "blue baby." Medical experts believed cardiac surgery was impossible. As Blalock prepared to make his historic incision, he looked around the operating room and asked, "Where's Vivien?" Blalock would not begin until Thomas, stationed on a stool behind his right shoulder, was there to guide Blalock through procedures. Prejudice long kept Thomas' crucial role…

John F. Kennedy and  his daughter, Caroline, at  home in Hyannisport,  Massachusetts, 1960

John F. Kennedy and his daughter, Caroline, at home in Hyannisport, Massachusetts, 1960

A letter by Queen Elizabeth I expressing her outrage at the imprisonment of Mary Queen of Scots

A letter by Queen Elizabeth I expressing her outrage at the imprisonment of Mary Queen of Scots

When Marilyn Monroe learned that the Mocambo, a popular Hollywood night club, would not book Ella Fitzgerald because of segregation. Marilyn phoned the manager and told him that she would reserve a front row table every night Ella performed there, knowing that her presence would get a lot of press and publicity for the club. Soon thereafter, Ella became the first African-American to perform at the Mocambo, and as promised, Marilyn was seated right up front to enjoy her favorite singer.

When Marilyn Monroe learned that the Mocambo, a popular Hollywood night club, would not book Ella Fitzgerald because of segregation. Marilyn phoned the manager and told him that she would reserve a front row table every night Ella performed there, knowing that her presence would get a lot of press and publicity for the club. Soon thereafter, Ella became the first African-American to perform at the Mocambo, and as promised, Marilyn was seated right up front to enjoy her favorite singer.

Mind blowing coincidences… so glad I found this, I heard about it years ago, weird!

Mind blowing coincidences…

"In 1860, an 11-year-old girl named Grace Bedell wrote a letter to Abe Lincoln. 'Dear Sir...if you let your whiskers grow...you would look a great deal better for your face is so thin. All the ladies like whiskers and they would tease their husbands to vote for you and then you would be President...'" He wrote back, and soon stopped shaving. "On his inaugural train ride from Illinois to Washington, D.C., the president-elect stopped in Bedell’s hometown of Westfield, N.Y., and asked to meet…

"In 1860, an 11-year-old girl named Grace Bedell wrote a letter to Abe Lincoln. 'Dear Sir...if you let your whiskers grow...you would look a great deal better for your face is so thin. All the ladies like whiskers and they would tease their husbands to vote for you and then you would be President...'" He wrote back, and soon stopped shaving. "On his inaugural train ride from Illinois to Washington, D.C., the president-elect stopped in Bedell’s hometown of Westfield, N.Y., and asked to meet…

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