A Washington, D. C. Filling station in 1924
Mark Twain in 1900
Charlie Chaplin at 27 years old in 1916
A car crash in Washington D.C. Around 1921
Albert Einstein, 1921
Brigadier General and actor Jimmy Stewart.
Stewart flew 20 combat missions over Nazi-occupied Europe, and even flew one Mission during Vietnam.
Elizabeth Taylor in 1956 (another WOW)
Big Jay McNeely, Olympic Auditorium, 1953
Clint Eastwood, 1962
Hindenburg Blimp crash
British Soldiers Returning from the front in 1939
Albert Einstein on a Long Island beach in 1939
Samurai Training 1860
Winston Churchill, 1941
Country store in July 1939 Gordonton, North Carolina
Unemployed Lumber Worker and His Wife 1939
W.H. Murphy testing the bulletproof vest in 1923
Marilyn Monroe (WOW again)
Joan Crawford on the set of Letty Lynton, 1932
An RAF pilot getting a haircut while reading a book between missions
Babe Ruth’s 1920 MLB debut
Clint Eastwood working on his 1958 Jag XK 120 in 1960
View from the Capitol in Nashville, 1864
Baltimore Slums, 1938
American Poet Walt Whitman, 1868
Louis Armstrong practicing backstage in 1946
Girls delivering ice, 1918
Lou Gehrig, July 4, 1939. Photo taken right after his famous retirement speech.
He would pass away just two years later from ALS.
Times Square 1947
Harvey Oswald, 1963, being transported to questioning before his murder
Trial for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Helen Keller meeting comedian Charlie Chaplin in 1918
Burger Flipper 1938
Madison Square Park New York City around 1900
Union Soldiers taking a break 1863
WWII soldiers at Easter
Red Hawk of the Oglala Tribe on horseback 1905
Boys selling flowers in 1908
An Oklahoman farmer during the great dust bowl in 1939
Louis Armstrong plays to his wife, Lucille, in Cairo, Egypt 1961
Brooklyn Bridge in 1904
Two Boxers after a fight
Sophia Loren and Jayne Mansfield (double WOW)
Brothers Robert Kennedy, Edward ‘Ted’ Kennedy and John F. Kennedy outside the Oval Office.
Cornell Rowing Team 1914
Henry Ford, 1919
Seeing these photos in color for the first time makes it easy to imagine we could all have been part of a world that we’ve never even seen.
It literally changes our perspective of history.
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