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There are millions of old photos that we know about but some photos are even more captivating and give us the glimpse of the life. They will actually give us a vague idea of what exactly has happened in the history.
Those pictures show us that maybe we will never be able to see them again ever. These are some rare cases which were captured by the efficient photographers of the past.
Here we have selected some unique and rare historical photographs which will steal your heart.
In the year of 1950 bald men were invited to the factories that produced lipsticks so that the lipsticks can be tested on them. They were the live dummies for testing.
This photo was taken by Arthur M. Prentiss and W.A. Ellison. This photo is one of the series of occupational photograph of the lumber industry, Portland.
Salvador paints an abstract portrait of Raquel Welch in 1965 in which he is kissing the sensual beauty's hand.
At this time, Gypysies used bears for getting rid of back pain and other ailments.
This is the photo of Alice Liddell who was the inspiration for Lewis Caroll's novel which is famous with the name of Alice in Wonderland.
This is a photo of the polar explorer Peter Freuchen with his partner. It was clicked in the year 1947.
This is an accident of 1962 when the pilot jumped out of the plane at extremely low altitude because he completely lost his control on the plane. He got several fractures after this accident.
This picture was taken at the University of Michigan. This is the picture of the pole-climbing class for the college telephone electricians with some of their instructors.
This is the picture of one of the most beautiful and naive princess of Iran. She was married to the prince of Egypt. She was described by the writers that she is the little, gift-packed girl.
This is the photo when new recruits of the 7th the King's Own Hussars regiment practice balancing in the wooden horses.
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