Take a look at this collection of rare photos that is sure to blow you away!
A boxing match on board the USS Oregon in 1897.
Albert Einstein looking fabulous.
Ernest Hemingway Boxing in Africa
General George S. Patton’s dog on the day of Patton’s death on December 21st, 1945
Malcolm X Trying To Calm Down Muhammad Ali 1964
John Lennon signing an autograph for Mark David Chapman, the man that would kill him five hours after this photo was taken. 1980
Samurai taken between 1860 and 1880
A shell shocked reindeer looks on as World War II planes drop bombs on Russia in 1941
Roy O. and Walt Disney on the day they opened Disney Studios
The Microsoft staff in 1978. Bill Gates is bottom left.
The last known Tasmanian Tiger photographed in 1933. The species is now extinct.
Jimi Hendrix playing with the 101st Airbourne while stationed in Fort Campbell, Kentucky in 1962
Painters on Brooklyn Bridge, c. 1914-1918
Bonnie and Clyde in 1933
Martin Luther King, Jr removes a burned cross from his yard in 1960. The boy is his son.
A Native American overlooking the newly completed transcontinental railroad in 1868.
Testing a bulletproof vest, 1923
The original Ronald McDonald — played by Willard Scott!
Grounded aircraft on September 11, 2001 (9/11) await orders.
The first McDonalds
Fidel Castro lays a wreath at the Lincoln Memorial
Bill and Hillary Clinton playing volleyball in 1975.
The Beatles meet Muhammad Ali
Arnold Schwarzenegger on the day he received his American citizenship
Fourteen year-old Osama bin Laden. He’s second from the right.
The moment George W. Bush was notified of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Henry Ford (the founder of Ford Motor Co.), Thomas Edison (inventor of the phonograph, motion picture camera and the practical light bulb), Warren G. Harding (29th president of USA) and Harvey Samuel Firestone (founder of Firestone Tire and Rubber Co.) lounging together.
The US-built ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) was the first computer ever made. It combined, for the first time, the high speed of electronics with the ability to be programmed for many complex problems. It could add or subtract 5000 times a second, a thousand times faster than any other machine.
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