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Things that remind me of the past...

Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant and his personal friend, Brigadier General John Rawlins, and an unknown Lieutenant Colonel, at Grants headquarters at City Point, 1865. (Colorized)

Spanish Loyalist soldier, Barcelona, Spain, by Margaret Bourke-White, 1939

Dorothea Lange - Migrant cotton picker and her baby in Arizona, 1940. S)

Ellis Island by Lewis Wickes Hine & Stephen Wilkes

Bonne Fete, 1911. Market Amsterdam. Photo by Jan Willemsen. They look so happy it makes you want to cry. :)

Gilbert U-238 Atomic Energy Lab. Only available from 1951–1952, this science kit for CHILDREN included four types of uranium ore, a Geiger counter, a comic called Dagwood Spits the Atom, and a coupon for ordering MORE radioactive materials. One of the four uranium ores included was Po-210 (Polonium) which, by mass, is 250,000 times more toxic than hydrogen cyanide. "Merry Christmas, Kevin, here's that giant box of poison you asked for."

Heartbreaking. Moms can understand why.

Pluto, you'll always be a planet to me.

May we never forget. Scars of a whipped slave - 1863

Steve Jobs

I'm a survivor, I'll never give up, I will survive, Keep on surviving...

We can't save everyone.

Remember when MTV was about Music?

I guess we had a lot of toys... lol

You can't possibly forget Smurfs

Not being a boy or a football fan, I'm not sure why I got this lol

Inherited this from sister #1

I still can't figure out what this was made from...

Whatever this is, we had it