In 1954, LIFE magazine’s Nat Farbman photographed Fresno dairy farmer Arch Badertscher milking his cows alongside his barn cats Blackie and Brownie. | Community Post: You Can Milk A Cow Into A Cat

In 1954, LIFE magazine’s Nat Farbman photographed Fresno dairy farmer Arch Badertscher milking his cows alongside his barn cats Blackie and Brownie. | Community Post: You Can Milk A Cow Into A Cat

The Beatles: First Visit to America, 1964, Pictures by LIFE Magazine Photographers - LIFE

Barbra Streisand

The Beatles: First Visit to America, 1964, Pictures by LIFE Magazine Photographers - LIFE

An outtake from my Gramz’s LIFE Magazine cover photoshoot in the 1940’s. This is her and her first husband, who went MIA in WW2. She was 23, here. Photo by Eliot Elisofon, 1941.

An outtake from my Gramz’s LIFE Magazine cover photoshoot in the 1940’s. This is her and her first husband, who went MIA in WW2. She was 23, here. Photo by Eliot Elisofon, 1941.

We might have forgotten, if a handful of amazing photographers had not captured the Great Depression seizing America from 1929 to 1939.

We might have forgotten, if a handful of amazing photographers had not captured the Great Depression seizing America from 1929 to 1939.

This picture originally appeared in the "Letters to the Editor" section of a 1940 issue of LIFE, before Nina Leen began shooting regularly for LIFE. Caption: "She is dripping wet -- and wiser."

This picture originally appeared in the "Letters to the Editor" section of a 1940 issue of LIFE, before Nina Leen began shooting regularly for LIFE. Caption: "She is dripping wet -- and wiser."

Medgar Evers' funeral, LIFE magazine, June 28, 1963

The TIME Vault: November 14, 2005

What a photo!!!!  Love her shadow on the blanket and her wonderful laughing expression!!

LIFE at the Beach

What a photo!!!! Love her shadow on the blanket and her wonderful laughing expression!!

"Mrs. Robert Kennedy, who had been walking with the senator, crouched over her dying husband, whispering to him as he lay on the floor." Life Magazine, June 1968

Barbra Streisand

"Mrs. Robert Kennedy, who had been walking with the senator, crouched over her dying husband, whispering to him as he lay on the floor." Life Magazine, June 1968

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