Walt Disney and Salvador Dali on a boat in Italy in 1957.
Two black students are harassed on their way to school. Little Rock, Arkansas, 1957.
A heavily camouflaged Swedish battleship.
New York City during the Blizzard of 1888, a storm that left 200 dead.
Tim Burton wearing his Halloween costume in 1967.
A grief-striken American soldier is comforted in 1950.
The first color televisions coming off the line in Bloomington, Indiana, 1954.
The Opening Ceremony of the 1896 Olympics in Athens, Greece.
A homeless man sleeps as the World Trade Center rises in 1970.
The Berlin Wall, before and after.
Weird Al and Run DMC in 1987.
Zulu men playing pool, KwaZulu-Natal, 1903.
Alfred Hitchcock in the early 1920’s.
Orson Wells and HG Wells discuss War of the Worlds at a San Antonio radio station, 1940.
Black Muslims protesting against police brutality in 1963.
Tim Kaine, 1976.
Havana, Cuba. 1904.
Newly liberated prisoners from the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp are dusted with DDT powder to kill lice which spreads typhus. May, 1945
The wreckage of the USS Maine surrounded by a cofferdam in 1911.
Jersey Shore, 1905.
Two American soldiers in 1943.
Jerome Bonaparte, the lesser known brother of Napoleon in 1945.
Boris Yeltsin is amazed at the selection inside a Houston supermarket, 1990.
Children getting chocolate rations from a kind driver in France, 1944.
Photojournalist Jacob Riis took this photo after turning on his flashlight at 3am in a stale beer dive cellar at Bandit’s Roost, Five Points, Manhattan, circa 1890.
Soldiers at at Bahams military base, 1954.
Donald Trump, Al Sharpton, and Jesse Jackson at the World Trade Center, 1996.
Elvis Presley at home in Memphis with his three-wheeled Messerschmitt “bubble car” and grandfather Jessie Presley, 1956.
A fully integrated elementary school in Chicago, 14 years before Martin Luthor King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
Ruby Bridges, the first black child to go to a white school in the South, is escorted to class by policemen. 1960.
The “Giraffe Women” of Burma visit England in 1935.
Allied POWs after their liberation from Japanese internment at Changi Prison, Singapore. September, 1945.
Delivering the mail in Alaska, 1900.
A police officer plays with children in Harlem, 1970.
Boxing Match on the USS York in 1899.
President Lyndon B. Johnson and family in ranch bedroom, watching 1968 Democratic convention on TV.
Soldiers attend mass in a bombed out church in Cologne, 1945.
School children from San Augustine county, Texas in 1943.
Buzz Aldrin takes the first space selfie in 1966.
“This was where our house was, the body may be that of my mother.” Chieko Ryu – Nagasaki, Japan, 1945.
The Golden Gate Bridge opens, 1937.
Fighters preparing to launch from the USS Lexington, 1944.
Wounded English and German soldiers share a smoke following The Battle of the Mareth Line (Tunisia, March 1943)
Mission Control at the Johnson Space Center during the landing phase of the first Space Shuttle mission, 1981.
Donald Trump (the asshole in the middle) in 1964.
Jackie Kennedy quietly leaves an Easter service unnoticed in 1963.
A US soldier stands in the rubble of The Monument to the Battle of Nations. Leipzig, Germany, 1945.
Abraham Lincoln assassination conspirator Lewis T. Powell in custody prior to execution. Washington, D.C., 1865.
Roald Dahl in the garden shed where he wrote many of his books, including Charlie and the Chocolate factory. 1979. Great Missenden, Bucks.
Homeless WW1 veteran selling lighting matches by the street, Canterbury, England, c. 1930.
French soldier whose face was mutilated in World War I, being fitted with a mask made at the American Red Cross studio of Anna Coleman Ladd (1918).
Two young British boys play der Führer in King’s Cross, London as Britain teeters on the brink of war. 1938.
Arsenal F.C.’s Highbury Stadium in London during a match where floodlights were used for the 2nd ever time, c. 1952.
A Samurai in the late 1800’s.
Behind the scenes of An American Werewolf in London, 1981.