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    George H.W. Bush, captain of the Yale baseball team, receives the manuscript of Babe Ruth's autobiography that Ruth was donating to Yale's library in 1948.

    Sports legend Babe Ruth lying unconscious by Griffith Stadium’s concrete east wall (July, 1924 - Washington, D.C.).

    Jim Thorpe. Notice the different socks? Somebody stole his shoes before his race. All he could find were two shoes of different sizes discarded in the trash can. One was too big so he wore extra socks. He ran his race like this, and got an Olympic gold medal, and set a world record.

    George W. Bush, 9 Years Old, With His Mother and Father, 1955

    "The Unsinkable" Molly Brown steps off the Carpathia after being rescued from the Titanic.

    Babe Ruth made his major league debut when he appeared as a starting pitcher  for the Red Sox on July 11, 1914. In 1936, “the Bambino” became one of  five players elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. He is regarded as one of the   greatest sports heroes in America.

    The Last Known Photographs Of Celebrities Before Death - Mark Twain- Last words written on a note by his death bed ''Death, the only immortal, who treats us alike, whose peace and refuge are for all. The soiled and the pure, the rich and the poor, the loved and the unloved.''

    Oct 4, 1924. George Sisler, Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb at first game of the 1924 World Series.

    Dottie Kamenshek was called the best player in women's baseball and was once recruited to play for a men's professional team. (National Baseball Hall Of Fame Library

    Yankee stars Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig pose in their “Bustin’ Babes” and “Larrupin Lous” uniforms from their 1927 barnstorming tour.

    An amazing photo to have all Four British kings . From left to right: Prince George (later George V), Prince Edward (later Edward VIII), Prince Albert (later George VI) and King Edward VII.

    U.S. marine engages the Japanese with his M1 Garand in the jungles of Bougainville, 1944.

    TED WILLIAMS, baseball icon, WWII and Korean War veteran. jj

    Walt and Ruth Disney

    The man who saved the world... 50 years ago, at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, second-in-command Vasilli Arkhipov of the Soviet submarine B-59 refused to agree with his Captain's order to launch nuclear torpedos against US warships and setting off what might well have been a terminal superpower nuclear war. His story is finally being told - the BBC is airing a documentary on it.

    The moment when George W. Bush was told about the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers.

    A German WWII prisoner is reunited w/ his daughter, after he's released from the Soviet Union, for the first time since she was a year old.

    Jimmy Stewart’s original attempts to join the Army were rejected because he did not meet the height and weight requirements to become a fighter pilot. Unfazed by the setback, Stewart found an alternative route by joining the U.S. Air Corps, where he would quickly rise through the ranks and become a Colonel in just four years. He won virtually every Medal of Honor available, helped fly crucial missions in Nazi Germany and would later fly B-52 Bombers through Vietnam.

    A rare photo of Captain Audie Murphy after his return to Paris in 1948, receiving the France's highest award of valor, the French Legion of Honor, Grade of Chevalier from General de Lattre de Tassigny on July 19, 1948.

    Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder 1948! I love Little House on the Prairie!