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13.) A picture of the original Ronald McDonald from 1963.

Willard Scott, the future weatherman, as the original Ronald McDonald in 1963 - Willard made a creepy looking clown! Now I understand why some people have a fear of clowns!

Former child actor, star of "Our Gang" ,Carl Switzer (Alfalfa) was shot to death and killed in a fight on Jan. 21, 1959. He was 33 years

Former child actor, star of "Our Gang" ,Carl Switzer (Alfalfa) was shot to death and killed in a fight on Jan. He was 33 years old. I thought I heard long ago that Alfalfa died in a war.

Bill & Hillary / 1975

abbyrae: “retrogasm: “ Bill Clinton & Hillary playing volleyball in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA, ” Hillary, such a babe.

Bill Clinton meeting Monica Lewinsky. #SlickWilly

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Dear Democrats who defended Bill Clinton, I don't want to hear your shock and horror over Donald Trump .

The Peace of Technology: The Day Jobs, Warhol and Lennon Came Together

Heretofore Unseen Photos Of Steve Jobs Photographer Norman Seeff sent Retronaut out-takes from his shoot that produced the famous shot of Jobs in the lotus position with a Mac on his

Avant les années 70, la photographie en couleur était pratiquement inexistante. Il est parfois difficile pour nous de se représenter cette époque, que nous ne connaissons qu'au travers des vieux clichés en noir et blanc !

54 photos colorisées venues tout droit du siècle dernier... Celle d'Albert Einstein va vous faire rêver !

Top Hat Allan Pinkerton, President Abraham Lincoln, and Major General John A. This photo was taken not long after the Civil War’s first battle on northern soil in Antietam, Maryland on October Date: 3 October 1862

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates back in 1981

Steve Jobs Bill Gates, 1991 - by George Lange. Taken at Steve Jobs' home.

Ian McKellen : ben, il est juste magnifique. Pas grand chose d'autre à dire.

The shirt originally said, "Some people are gay. Original pin: Get over it." They were made as part of a demonstration for gay rights in the UK. Sir Ian McKellen has been an outspoken advocate for gay rights.