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Long ago

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Remember the sounds that old cash registers made?

Holiday Inns' 1950s' Famous Neon Sign

Price of Gas in 1973

Good Humor Man (1951) ~ Arlington, VA • by Ken McCrimmon via Flickr

Twenty-one year old Theodore Roosevelt.

18 Giant Skeletons And Pyramids Found In Wisconsin

Robert Lincoln the son of Abraham Lincoln, was waiting to board a crowded train when the train lurched forward and he fell between the platform and the body of the passenger car he was trying to board. But before harm came, he was seized by the collar and yanked to the platform. His rescuer was Edwin Booth the brother of the man that would soon kill President Lincoln.

One of the first recreational vehicles 1926

Bookstore in Jewish quarter. Paris, France circa 1920.

Woolworth & Co.

Homestead Act of 1862 -- President Lincoln signs the Homestead Act. Thousands of families head to the plains with dreams of building a home, but on the plains there are no trees.

Buffalo, New York, circa 1908. "Shelton Square -- St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Prudential Building, Erie County Savings Bank."

Central Park, 1948

1948 Gibson

Howdy Doody 1948 - 1960

Royalty Daily: Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip attend Epsom in 1948

Bathing suits from 1948

Los Angeles, California, January 25, 1948: A Santa Fe Diesel passenger locomotive hangs over Aliso Street after running off the end of rails at Union Station.

When San Francisco was Almost Wiped off the Map

There were 400 Native American Marine Code Talkers in World War II from the Navajo, Cherokee, Choctaw, Lakota, Meskwaki and Comanche tribes.

Blackfoot Indian Tepee

Meyer Lansky, Al Capone, Enoch “Nucky” Johnson and friends walking the boards, Atlantic City. April, 1929

The Man Who Lived In Three Centuries- Uncle Fed Messer, 1792-1907, White Oak Community- Haywood County, NC...WOW...tough mtn stock!

Old London. Deidra Brocké Wallace

Civil War Train