1968: He can find the right button for the job, but he can't find his wife's g-spot.

1956: Models wearing swimsuits and Ortho Ammonium Sulfate bags, pose next to bagging machines because shutup it was the '50s.

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September 1950: US Marines fire from behind a barricade during the Second Battle of Seoul. Note the pictures of communist dictators Joseph Stalin and Kim Il Sung.

1911: Workers from Merrimac Mill in Lowell, Massachusetts. Photo by Lewis Hine.

May 1937: The German airship Hindenburg crashes and burns up while attempting to dock with a mooring mast at Lakehurst, New Jersey.

1955: Time for some home baking (we had the same washing machine at our house when growing up!).

c1901: Homeless men prepare for the night at a four penny coffin house.

1897: A brutal streetfight takes place in Lyon, France (did that dude get his bike stolen?)


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1918: Leola King, America’s first female traffic cop. Washington D.C.

May 1964: The fireworks display at David Jones' Market Street store leaves six year old John Jenkins open-mouthed as he prepares for British Commonwealth Day on May 24.

May 1980: Members of the SAS storm the Iranian Embassy in South Kensington, London, ending a six day siege.

1943: (L to R) Mary Welch, Dixie Tighe, Kathleen Harriman, Helen Kirkpatrick, Lee Miller, Tania Long. These war correspondents covered the U.S. Army in the European theatre. Photo via the U.S. Army Center of Military History.

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