- Jan 11, 2021
Senator Margaret Chase Smith, the first woman to be placed in nomination for the presidency at a major party's convention, arrives at the Republican National Convention in California - 1964
U.S. Marines, led by First Lieutenant Baldomero Lopez, landing at Incheon. he was killed minutes in action while covering a live grenade with his body, posthumously awarded the medal of honor. taken in september 1950.
Portrait of arctic explorer Peter Freuchen and his wife Dagmar Freuchen-Gale, fashion illustrator, 1947.
Martha Jane Cannary aka Calamity Jane, July 1903. Here she is in front of Bill Hickok's grave, near where she would be buried when she passed away only a few days after this photo was taken.
Laura Bridgman, the first deaf-blind American child to gain significant education in the English language, 50 years before Helen Keller, taken around 1845.
Glendale, CA organizes Drive Through Vaccinations to deal with a Polio outbreak. 2,250 shots given in 2 1/2 hours. September 1960
Child laborers working in glass and bottle factories (1908)
"Don't Leave - Your presence registers your Americanism" - anti-communist rally at Jersey City Armory, New Jersey, USA. February 1938.
The Abernathy kids, who made several cross-country trips on their own, on an Indian Big Twin, circa 1913
Long Beach, California, 1910, [Colorized]
The Kiss of Death (Cavriana, May 12, 1957). It shows Mexican Actress Linda Christian kisses F1 Driver Alfonso de Portago at a brief stop during the 1957 Mille Miglia race in northern Italy. Portago was killed moments later while taking a curve at 150m/h in Guidizzolo, Cavriana.
The Effiel Tower has been re-painted 18 times since its initial construction, an average of once every 7 years, here is how they did it in 1932.
American deserters being publicly humiliated in Florient, France on November 5, 1918. During WWI, 2,657 U.S. servicemen were convicted of desertion, with 24 being sentenced to death; all of the condemned were instead commuted to prison terms by President Woodrow Wilson.