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The Man That Refused To Give The Nazi Salute, 1936
Nikola Tesla In His Laboratory, Sitting Behind His “Magnifying Transmitter”
The Graves Of A Catholic Woman And Her Protestant Husband Seperated By A Wall, Holland, 1888.
Austrian Boy’s Moment Of Pure Happiness After Receiving New Shoes During WWII
Race Organizers Attempt To Stop Kathrine Switzer From Competing In The Boston Marathon. She Became The First Woman To Finish The Race, 1967
The Unbroken Seal On Tutankhamun’s Tomb, 1922 (3,245 Years Untouched)
Painting The Eiffel Tower, 1932
Unknown Soldier In Vietnam, 1965
First Morning After Sweden Changed From Driving On The Left Side To Driving On The Right, 1967
Animals Being Used As Part Of Medical Therapy, 1956
The Kiss Of Life – A Utility Worker Giving Mouth-to- mouth To Co- worker After He Contacted A High Voltage Wire, 1967
Annette Kellerman Promotes Women’s Right To Wear A Fitted One- piece Bathing Suit, 1907. She Was Arrested For Indecency.
Grotto In An Iceberg, Photographed During The British Antarctic Expedition, 5 Jan 1911.
106-year-old Armenian Woman Guards Home, 1990
Albert Einstein, Summer 1939 Nassau Point, Long Island, Ny
Painter Of The Brooklyn Bridge,1914
The Last Known Photo Of The Titanic Above Water, 1912
Disneyland Employee Cafeteria In 1961
Massive Crowds Gather For The First Woodstock, 1969
The Real Winnie The Pooh And Christopher Robin, 1927
Women Delivering Ice, 1918
Hannah Stilley, Born 1746, Photographed In 1840. Probably The Earliest Born Individual Captured On Film
The Beatles Play For 18 People In The Aldershot Club, December 1961. They Were To Become Superstars In One And A Half Year.
The First Ever Underground Train Journey, Edgware Road Station, London, 1862
Customers At A London Music Store, 1955
Woman With A Gas-resistant Pram, England, 1938
Elvis In The Army, 1958
Baby Cages Used To Ensure That Children Get Enough Sunlight And Fresh Air When Living In An Apartment Building, 1937
Measuring Bathing Suits, If They Were Too Short, Women Would Be Fined, 1920’s
alvador Dali Kisses The Hand Of Raquel Welch After Finishing His Famous Portrait Of Her, 1965
Little Girl With Her Doll Sitting In The Ruins Of Her Bombed Home, London, 1940
Georges Blind, A Member Of The French Resistance, Smiling At A German Firing Squad, 1944
“wait For Me Daddy,” By Claude P. Dettloff In New Westminster, Canada, October 1, 1940
Sailor Kissing Nurse, Times Square, August 14, 1945
Audrey Hepburn Shopping With Her Pet Deer “ip” In Beverly Hills, Ca, 1958
Three Men Run In The Marathon At The First Modern Olympic Games, 1896
Newspaper Boy Ned Parfett Sells Copies Of The Evening Paper Bearing News Of Titanic’s Sinking The Night Before, April 16, 1912
Coca-Cola Comes To France, 1950
Mother Hides Her Face In Shame After Putting Her Children Up For Sale, Chicago, 1948
Norway Receive Their First Ever Shipment Of Bananas,1905
Ticket An actual Titanic boarding pass., 1912.
PORTRAITS. How many people are in this portrait? Do they look happy?
A mother says goodbye to her little boy as children are evacuated. September, 1939.
Historical Photographs Click to advance at your own speed.
Photos and History Sweden changes driving from right to left. See the results here,
In the Ghetto Elvis Presley
The Sad Message 1838 by Peter Fendi. Character In this tragic painting by the Austrian artist, Peter Fendi, we see the sorrow and shock of a mother who.
1.This animal lives mostly in Alaska. It is known that the famous hats of the British Queen`s guards are made of its fur. Give the name of this animal.
But how did it all begin?. Alan Alexander Milne Winnie -the - Pooh.
Helen Keller teaching Charlie Chaplin the manual alphabet 1919
Artists Paint Parents and Children Kindergarten Art Docent Program - Earhart Elementary School Kindergarten Art Docent Program - Earhart Elementary School.
High Frequency Words.
Britain Defences By Jack Layton. Reasons for the defences Britain was positive it was going to be invaded mainly because of the vast expanse in Europe.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water
Riddle: Fuzzy Math in the Hardware Store You overhear a man talking to a clerk in a hardware store. The clerk says "One will cost you 12 cents, ten will.
Created By Sherri Desseau Click to begin TACOMA SCREENING INSTRUMENT FIRST GRADE.
Renoir ( ). Biography Pierre-Auguste Renoir (25 February 1841 – 3 December 1919) was a French artist who was a leading painter in the development.
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