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The Golden Gate Bridge’s opening day: May 27, 1937. Taken by an unknown photographer.

The Golden Gate Bridge opened on May linking Marin to San Francisco. Pedestrians had the bridge to themselves on opening day. The next day, cars started crossing. (Photo provided by the Golden Gate Bridge District)

Biblioteca Pública de Nueva York. Construcción del Empire State

24 Impresionantes Fotografías De La Construcción Del Edificio Empire State

Construction of the Empire State Building was one of the most remarkable feats of the century. It took only 410 days to build, by workers, many of them desperate for work at the height of the Depression 1931

Safety net placed under the Golden Gate Bridge during construction in the 1930s. Its presence saved 19 lives.   These would-be survivors became known as the "Halfway to Hell Club".

Article about the Golden Gate Bridge.In the a safety net placed below the Golden Gate Bridge saved the lives of 19 construction workers, who became known as the "Halfway-to-Hell Club.

Impresionantes fotografias retro y raras de celebridades !

Impresionantes fotografias retro y raras de celebridades !

This undated file photo shows outlaws and lovers Bonnie Parker, left, and Clyde Barrow. Guns and other items connected to the couple are going on auction by RR Auction of Amherst, N.

♥ San Francisco Golden Gate bridge

A sail under the awesome San Francisco Golden Gate bridge as it's enveloped in a cloud of fog. - Not in the fog, 2007

1920, la #USPostOffice dictaminó que los niños no pueden ser enviados por paquete postal.

1913 - After parcel post service was introduced in at least two children were sent by the service. With stamps attached to their clothing, the children rode with railway and city carriers to their destination. The Postmaster General quickly issued a

The building of the Golden Gate Bridge in the 1930's

Fishermen on Baker Beach enjoy the view of the Golden Gate Bridge under construction, San Francisco, California, (Photo by Underwood Archives/Getty Images)

Surfing under the bridge; only when conditions are just right...

California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Bridge, USA

California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Bridge, USA Photographic Print by Alan Copson

Robert Wadlow (Feb. 22nd, 1918-July 15th, 1940).  Robert Pershing Wadlow was known as The World's Tallest Man.  At the time of his death, he stood an impressive 8'11" and wore a size 37AA shoe.  Those who knew him say Robert was a friendly, bright, and warm person who charmed everyone he met.  Unfortunately, he developed an infection from the leg braces he had to wear and died at the young age of 22.

Robert Wadlow (Aka: The Alton Giant-Alton, IL) was the tallest person in history for whom there is irrefutable evidence. Wadlow reached 8 ft in m) in height and weighed 439 lb kg) at his death at age 22 in 1940 ~