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17 Extremely Rare Photos Of Glorious Past, Our History Books Never Had!
These unseen photos from the past, capture the essence of
eras that have come and gone. Take a trip back in time, and I am sure you will get amazed. It’s truly incredible to see that hippos were once in a racing business, and Grand Canyon looked stunning as always back in 1914 too!
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Actress Veronica Lake demonstrates why tying hair is necessary for female factory workers, 1943.
This is what a Butcher shop in Edmonton, Canada looked like, 1915.
The man who started Hippo racing business.
Women carefully changing their clothes on a beautiful beach in Britain, 1929.
Dwight Eisenhower, eating a hot dog with Richard Nixonwhile watching the baseball match between Washington Senators and the Boston Red Sox, 1960.
This is how Grand Canyon looked in 1914. Stunning as always!
This picture is from the evacuation of Saigon, where at least 45 UH-1 Huey's were pushed overboard from US aircraft carriers. This was done to make space for more incoming helicopters.
This picture clearly depicts the desperation of the operation.
The 1965 model of Ford Mustang station wagon looks small and compact.
An Australian soldier playing with the kangaroo who served as the regimental mascot for the 9th and 10th First Australian Imperial Force batt.
The food that was taken up on the Mercury and Gemini missions (1961-1966).
Judy Garland in an initial screen test for the Wizard of Oz.
The coolest mail delivery snowmobiles at the Khabarovsk Territory, 1983.
A french soldier, whose face got disfigured during World War I is being fitted with a mask made by the Red Cross, 1918.
Immigrants arriving at the Ellis Island, New York in 1907
German U-Boat stranded on the southern England coast after surrender, 1918.
Ernest Hemingway enjoying at a bar in Havana.
Bicycling down the magnificent Eiffel Tower, 1923.
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