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How to kiss properly - 1942 Life Magazine.  I kind of love this. Framing it.

How to kiss properly - 1942 Life Magazine. I kind of love this. Framing it.

Macy's Thanksgiving Parade Balloons Since 1927

Community Post: Macy's Thanksgiving Parade Balloons Since 1927

nobody does steampunk helmets, masks, and leather work like Tom Banwell.

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nobody does steampunk helmets, masks, and leather work like Tom Banwell. http://tombanwell.blogspot.com/

On December 7th, 1941 at 7:55 am, the Japanese attacked military airfields and Pearl Harbour with 181 torpedo dropping planes, dive bombers, horizontal bombers and fighters. Overall, twenty-one ships of the U.S. Pacific fleet were damaged and the death toll reached 2,350, along with 68 civilians and 1,178 injured.

On December 7th, 1941 at 7:55 am, the Japanese attacked military airfields and Pearl Harbour with 181 torpedo dropping planes, dive bombers, horizontal bombers and fighters. Overall, twenty-one ships of the U.S. Pacific fleet were damaged and the death toll reached 2,350, along with 68 civilians and 1,178 injured.

The City of New York Map, 1879

The City of New York Map, 1879

Amazingly detailed map of New York City from 1879 by Galt & Hoy. Considered a Bird's-eye-view it includes some advertisements of the period.

The tallest man in History // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - #lol #humor #funnypictures

Fantastically Wrong: Magellan’s Strange Encounter With the 10-Foot Giants of Patagonia

The tallest man in History // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - #lol #humor #funnypictures

An incredibly easy recipe for candied pecans, perfect for holiday snacking or gift-giving!

Cinnamon Sugar Pecans

Crowd awaiting Titanic survivors as Carpathia reaches New York, Thursday evening, April 18, 1912

Crowd awaiting Titanic survivors as Carpathia reaches New York, Thursday evening, April 18, 1912