Beatles fans, 1964
Scholars in a Persian Girl’s School, Barfarouche, Iran, May 7, 1931
Members of the Nazi Youth participate in burning books, Buecherverbrennung, in Salzburg, Austria, on April 30, 1938.
Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista visits Washington DC in November 1938.
Chief Bald Eagle Aboard the USS Recruit, 1915
Car driven by outlaws Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker when they were ambushed and killed by police, 1934
American Marines race past a dead enemy soldier in Korea, September 1950.
Afghan Men Relaxing At A Bazaar, 1930s
Sophia Delza, 1931
Young girl preparing for sentry duty, Haifa, Israel, 1951.
Aerial view of Times Square, 1967
Viet Cong National Liberation Front, 1960s
Broadway, New York City, 1944
Thomas Edison’s electric car, 1912
Peggy Moffitt, Lydia Fields & Leon Bing wearing sun visors, 1965
Worlds largest Ball Player, 1908
Workers atop the Woolworth Building, New York, 1926
Women’s Suffrage Parade New York City, May 6, 1912
Ronnie the Bren Gun Girl, Toronto, 1942
Two women munitions workers at the National Shell Filling Factory in Chillwell, Nottinghamshire during the First World War, 1917
Two man stand in front of the Coca Cola delivery truck , 1910
Transporting a circus elephant, early 1930s
The Tasman bridge disaster, Hobart, Tasmania, January 5th, 1975
The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1886.
The only existing photo of a Quagga, a plains zebra that is now extinct, London, 1870
Apollo 16 astronaut John Young does some raking on the moon, April 23, 1972.
The first aerial refueling, 1923.
Streetwalkers in Berlin, 1920’s.
Staff pictured with the last tram operated by Manchester Corporation, 1949
Sports parade, Moscow, 1938
Snowstorm mask, Montreal, Canada, 1939
RCMP officer posing beside his car in Canada, 1939
Players from opposing hockey teams search for a contact lens lost by Jack Evans, 1962.
Combination Television Radio and Cocktail Set, Chicago, Illinois, 1951.
New York, Blizzard of 1888
California redwood loggers, early 20th century.
Women in Egypt, 1905.
Arsenal found in the trunk of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow’s Car, 1934.
Benny Hill and friends, 1970s
Able to travel 80 miles on a gallon of petrol, the 2.5 horse power ‘Scoota Car’ is demonstrated in London, UK, 1936
Registering two surrendering German soldiers, 1945
Telephone Operator, Josie Jepson ,Wisconsin, 1915
Ronald and Nancy Reagan
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