A rare photo of JFK holding Marilyn Monroe
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JFK and Marilyn. #Kennedy #MarilynMonroe
Nice photo idea - Marilyn Monroe and JF Kennedy
Rare photo of Marilyn Monroe and JFK
#Marylin #Monroe Love this photography.
Marylin Monroe & John Kennedy
JFK & Norma Jean. Hopefully real. Gasp.
Child Laborers Smoking - circa 1880
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11:00 A.M. Monday, May 9th, 1910. Newsies at Skeeter's Branch, Jefferson near Franklin. They were all smoking. Location: St. Louis, Missouri... by Lewis Hine, on Gelatin silver print, he was chief investigator and photographer for the Nat'l Child Labor Committee, a private organization founded in 1904 to promote legislation to protect children from exploitation by American industry.
Love the kids are smoking to funny!! 11 a.m. Monday, May 9, 1910. "Newsies at Skeeter’s Branch, Jefferson near Franklin, St. Louis." Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.
(Photographer: Lewis Hine). Young "Newsies" (newspaper boys) smoking at Skeeter's Branch, St. Louis, 1910.
6 Old Photos of Kids Who Are Way Tougher Than Modern Adults (article)
Construction of the Eiffel tower in July, 1888.
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In Pictures: The Amazing History of Paris' Eiffel Tower: The Eiffel Tower Under Construction - Circa 1878
Construction of the Eiffel tower in July, 1888. Lots of rare historical photos
Torre Eiffel under construction. July, 1888.
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A very rare photo of Eiffel Tower under construction in July 1888 ... #history #architecture #historicalpictures
Malcolm X Trying To Calm Down Muhammad Ali - 1964
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Photo of Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) in 1964.
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In honor of Black History Month.
Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali by Bob Gomel - awesome people hanging out together
Martin Luther King Jr. and Marlon Brando, 1968
One of 150 prisoners savagely burned to death by Nazi SS troops as Allied troops closed in on the camp still rests in the position in which he died, attempting to rise and escape his horrible death, Gardelegen, 16 Apr 1945 - Sgt. E. R. Allen
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The Most Dramatic Photos of World War II - A victim rests in the position in which he died April 16, 1945 in Gardelegen, Germany. He was one of 150 prisoners savagely burned to death by Nazi SS troops. (Courtesy of the National Archives/Newsmakers)
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In this picture, a soldier is about to leave for war. He is all ready to go and packed up in the train, but before it departs, he has to lean out and give his girl a big kiss. The powerful pic shows the high level of emotions they must have been going through. It seems like it would be hard for the both of them. Private Joe Sunseri grabs this last minute kiss on March 11, 1942 from his girl, Alma Teresi.
If you were born in 1963, that year many millions of Americans watched LIVE TV and saw Lee Harvey Oswald shot by Jack Ruby on Nov 24th - it was the first time TV had broadcast a shooting/murder on live TV - America was already paralyzed from the Kennedy assassination and this just added to the lizard nature of those 5 days American sat transfixed in front of their TVs
Jack Ruby shoots Lee Harvey Oswald November 24, 1963 - the sniper who assassinated John F. Kennedy
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Jack Ruby Shooting Lee Harvey Oswald - Lee Harvey Oswald (October 18, 1939 – November 24, 1963) was, according to four government investigations, the sniper who assassinated John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. While being transferred from police headquarters to the county jail, Oswald was shot and killed by nightclub owner Jack Ruby in full view of television cameras broadcasting live.
Lee Harvey Oswald shot by Jack Ruby in basement of Dallas Police Headquarters 1963
The San Francisco Bay Bridge under construction, Halloween 1934
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We went to the world fair at Treasure Island. I was very young and only remember the ferry ride because the bridge was not complete. San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge towers under construction (October 1934)
Painting the Brooklyn Bridge, 1914
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Painters in black and white - Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, 1914
Brooklyn Bridge, Source has many 100+ year old photos of New York City. Many are crime scene photos.
Brooklyn Bridge - workers in the wires. credits: Photographs by Eugene de Salignac Courtesy New York City Municipal Archives Read more http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2007/03/05/slideshow_070226#slide=1#ixzz1DKjwDfbp
#Inspiring_Photography | Painters suspended from wires on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York in 1914 | 10 Amazing Black And White Photos Of Vintage New York Buzzfeed | #Amazing_Photography
Puerto Cabello naval base, Venezuela, 4 June 1962. A soldier who has been mortally wounded by a sniper clings onto navy chaplain Luis Padillo.
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The priest and the dying soldier, Venezuela, 1962. Braving the streets amid sniper fire, to offer last rites to the dying, Navy chaplain Luis Padillo encountered a wounded soldier, who pulled himself up by clinging to the priest’s cassock, as bullets chewed up the concrete around them. The photographer Hector Rondón Lovera, who had to lie flat to avoid getting shot, later said that he was unsure how he managed to take this picture.
Hector Rondón Lovera | Iconic Photos
School-children looking down from the top of the Notre-dame Cathedral at the Seine River, Paris, 1953
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Henri Cartier Bresson | School children looking down from the top of the Notre-dame Cathedral | Seine River, Paris | 1953 | vintage black & white photography | 1950's | |
Schoolchildren looking from the top of Notre Dame cathedral at the Seine, Paris, France, 1953 photo by Henri Cartier Bresson, from The Europeans
"San Francisco in Ruins" - Panorama of the city one month after the 1906 Earthquake
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Panorama of San Francisco in ruins, taken via kite photography approx. 2,000 ft above SF. May 28, 1906 by George R Lawrence (1906 San Francisco earthquake)
Photograph of San Francisco in ruins from Lawrence Captive Airship, 2000 feet above San Francisco Bay overlooking water front, 1906 Photo: George R. Lawrence/Library of Congress
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This is really cool photo of San Francisco during the 1906 earthquake taken with a camera mounted on a kite. #photography
San Francisco, 1906. Photo by George R. Lawrence. 2000 feet above post-quake San Francisco with a camera on a kite.
British troops cheerfully board their train on their way to the Western Front, somewhere in England, on September 20, 1939