President Lincoln's Childhood Home
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Lincoln's Birth Place - Kentucky
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I've actually been in this cabin. It was neat to think Lincoln Lived there as a child. "My earliest recollection is of the Knob Creek place," Lincoln said of his boyhood home, a log cabin in Kentucky. The 30-acre farm is now a historic site.
Abraham Lincoln's Funeral
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Crowds are seen gathered along Pennsylvania Avenue to view the funeral procession of President Abraham Lincoln in this archive image from the Library of Congress taken in Washington on April 19, 1865. President Lincoln's funeral was held at the White House and his body was moved to the US Capitol where he lay in state before traveling by rail to Springfield, Ill., where he was buried. (Library of Congress via Reuters)
Photograph taken during President Abraham Lincoln’s funeral when his casket was temporarily placed in the receiving vault of Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois, May 4, 1865.
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(1865, May 4) Photograph taken during President Abraham Lincoln's funeral arrival when his casket was temporarily placed in the receiving vault of Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois. May 4, 1865 at 1 p.m
March 28, 1979: America awoke to the news that the nuclear reactor facility at Three Mile Island (Pennsylvania) had suffered a critical meltdown. More than 100,000 women and children were evacuated from the greater area; but no official deaths due to the incident were reported.
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Pearl Hart (c. 1871 – after 1928), a female outlaw of the American Old West, armed with a .38 revolver. She cut her hair short and took the highly eccentric act, for a Victorian Era woman, of dressing in men's clothing. An original HART GIRL???
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The cover of Life magazine features a photo of US Marines, in battle of Iwo Jima.
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LIFE Cover: April 9, 1945 | 10 Iconic LIFE Magazine Covers | LIFE.com
Gulag were Soviet forced labour camps. Most inmates were political prisoners and at least half of them were imprisoned without trial.
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White Sea Canal, 1933. Alexander Rodchenko
retro pie baking Mom used lard in the crust and it had a great flavor.
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Two women in a tandem roller chair wheeled by an uniformed African-American man at the 1904 World's Fair.
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Two women in a tandem roller chair wheeled by a uniformed black man at the 1904 World's Fair.
The south tower of New York's World Trade Center collapses Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001.
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The south tower of New York's World Trade Center collapses on Tuesday, September 11, 2001.
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Woman soldier of the Red Army, Russia, Great Patriotic War, 1941.
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Badass- Woman soldier of the Red Army, Russia, Great Patriotic War, 1941. Found in the collection of the Russian State Film and Photo Archive, Krasnogorsk. (Photo by Fine Art Images/Heritage Images/Getty Images)
Russian boys give German soldiers a shoe shine, 1942
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Русские дети чистят сапоги немецких солдат Ноябрь 1942 г. Место съемки: Белосток
November 1942: Russian children cleaning German soldiers’ boots. Belostok
Historical Pics @VeryOldPics · Howard Hughes inside of the H-4 Hercules, more widely known as the Spruce Goose.
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Howard Hughes inside of the H-4 Hercules, which was the largest airplane ever created that time.
Not originally published in LIFE. Howard Hughes at the controls of his H-4 Hercules troop transport plane, the "Spruce Goose," November 1947. inShare0Share on Tumblr
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Howard Hughes sits in the cockpit of his "Spruce Goose," the largest flying boat ever built, as well as the largest wingspan of any aircraft in history, 1947.
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New Orleans, Post Katrina Hurricane.
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Saint Bernard Parish, New Orleans, after Hurricane Katrina - September 2005
St Bernard Parish, post Katrina, Sept.'05
Thomas Edison (left) and Henry Ford (right)
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WW1: German soldiers in a trench during summer. The dugouts always faced the rear wall of the trench. Note the puttees worn by the soldier in the front; the tall leather boot has been replaced already by puttees because leather deteriorated fast in waterlogged conditions. Note also the man on the left who has taken to delousing his buddy, one little bugger at a time.
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WWI: German soldiers in a trench during summer. The dugouts always faced the rear wall of the trench. Note the puttees worn by the soldier in the front; the tall leather boot has been replaced already by puttees because leather deteriorated fast in waterlogged conditions. Note also the man on the left who has taken to delousing his buddy, one little bugger at a time.
A World War Two Ration Book
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World War 2 ration book
I remember having these 1948-49 - A World War Two Ration Book. Research for my historical romance Into The Unknown - http://lornapeel.com/into-the-unknown https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18485923-into-the-unknown
WWII Ministry of Food Ration Book (1941)
A World War Two Ration Book (British)
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Around 1940, Nestle was adveritising their chocolates as a "Fighting Food." This vintage advertisement has a table comparing the energy provided by lamb chops, milk, eggs, bread, and Nestle's chocolate. "The chocolate bar has come into its own on every fighting fron of the war. Hershey's was well known for supplying chocolate to American troops, and, in 1937, Colonel Paul Logan commissioned Hershey to make an "emergency D ration" made purposely to not taste as good - called "Logan bars."
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Chocolate is a fighting food! -- magazine advertisement by Nestle (USA), 1940s.
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Young War Evacuees - A nurse looks over a row of toddlers who sit along a wall as World War II evacuees, at a nursery in Middlesex, England, 1941.
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Young War Evacuees - A nurse looks over a row of toddlers who sit along a wall as World War II evacuees, at a nursery in Middlesex, England, 1941. History, kids, photo b/w.
"Young War Evacuees" A nurse looks over a row of toddlers who sit along a wall as World War II evacuees, at a nursery in Middlesex, England. 1941. ©Corbis Images #WWII #History #children
Before finding a career in front of the camera, Bea Arthur had a very different job title: United States Marine. Arthur was one of the first members of the Women's Reserve before World War II. She worked for the military as both a typist and a truck driver and on her volunteer application, listed her active hobbies as hunting with a ".22 caliber rifle and a bow and arrow."
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14 Things You Never Knew About The Golden Girls: Bea Arthur Arthur was one of the first members of the Women's Reserve before World War II. She worked for the military as both a typist and a truck driver and on her volunteer application, listed her active hobbies as hunting with a ".22 caliber rifle and a bow and arrow."
Bea Arthur in 1943 served in the US Marine Corps. read the interesting article
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