History is one big treasure box full of unforgettable moments, incredible people, encounters, places, events, incidents, you name it. But with time flying at the pace of a hadron collider, they easily slip under the dusty blanket of time and oblivion.

Thanks to this incredibly entertaining Instagram page titled “Lost In History,” though, many of these rare moments that got captured on camera were dug up from the past and brought to the present time. Dedicated to 20th-century people and culture, the account is sharing pictures with its 1.2M followers that illuminate history in this entirely new perspective.

Psst! After you're done reading this one, don't forget to check out our previous feature with more "Lost In History" pics.

#1

"My Parents On Their Wedding Day In 1964 And Then Again At Christmas 2021"

"My Parents On Their Wedding Day In 1964 And Then Again At Christmas 2021"

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#2

Simone Segouin, Mostly Known By Her Codename, Nicole Minet, Was Only 18-Years-Old When The Germans Invaded

Simone Segouin, Mostly Known By Her Codename, Nicole Minet, Was Only 18-Years-Old When The Germans Invaded

Her first act of rebellion was to steal a bicycle from a German military administration, and to slice the tires of all of the other bikes and motorcycles so they couldn't pursue her. She found a pocket of the Resistance and joined the fight, using the stolen bike to deliver messages between Resistance groups. She was an extremely fast learner and quickly became an expert at tactics and explosives. She led teams of Resistance fighters to capture German troops, set traps, and sabotage German equipment. As the war dragged on, her deeds escalated to derailing German trains, blocking roads, blowing up bridges and helping to create a German-free path to help the Allied forces retake France from the inside. She was never caught. Segouin was present at the liberation of Chartres on August 23, 1944, and then the liberation of Paris two days later. She was promoted to lieutenant and awarded several medals, including the Croix de Guerre. After the war, she studied medicine and became a pediatric nurse. She is still going strong at 96.

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Artsy Bookworm
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I was dreading a gruesome death. So happy that she's still here! Amazing

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Hattie Mcdaniel Accepting Her Oscar In A Segregated "No Blacks" Hotel In Los Angeles For Her Role In Gone With The Wind

Hattie Mcdaniel Accepting Her Oscar In A Segregated "No Blacks" Hotel In Los Angeles For Her Role In Gone With The Wind

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Sasha Twin
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Why is this so far down on the list? How was this ever allowed? Humans can be so awful to each other.

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“Photographs bring history to life in an immediate and visceral way,” Lisa Yaszek, a Regents Professor of Science Fiction Studies at Georgia Tech, where she researches and teaches science fiction as a global language crossing centuries, continents, and cultures, told Bored Panda in a previous interview.

Yaszek explained how it’s different from exploring history through written sources. “When we read books, we get lots of detailed information about historical events: who was involved, where the event happened, what factors led to and resulted from it, and so on.”

#4

German Anti-Nazi Political Activist, Sophie Scholl, Was Executed In 1943 For Leading Non-Violent Student Resistance Against Hitler

German Anti-Nazi Political Activist, Sophie Scholl, Was Executed In 1943 For Leading Non-Violent Student Resistance Against Hitler

She was 21 years old. Her last words: "How can we expect righteousness to prevail when there is hardly anyone willing to give himself up individually to a righteous cause. Such a fine, sunny day, and I have to go, but what does my death matter, if through us, thousands of people are awakened and stirred to action?"

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#5

This Is A Photo Of Dr. Eugene Lazowski, A Polish Doctor Who Saved 8,000 Jews By Creating A Fake Typhus Epidemic In Stalowa Wola (Nazi Occupied Poland), 1943

This Is A Photo Of Dr. Eugene Lazowski, A Polish Doctor Who Saved 8,000 Jews By Creating A Fake Typhus Epidemic In Stalowa Wola (Nazi Occupied Poland), 1943

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#6

Holocaust Survivor And The Soldier Who Rescued Her In 1944

Holocaust Survivor And The Soldier Who Rescued Her In 1944

During World War 2, John Mackay was part of the Scottish commando unit that rescued a group of prisoners from the Nazis as they were being marched from Auschwitz to another concentration camp. Little did he know that amongst the prisoners was a young Hungarian woman by the name of Edith Steiner. He would see her again at a dance, which was organized to celebrate the liberation. John asked a friend to ask Edith if she would dance with him, but she sent his friend back with the message that she would only do so if he asked her out himself. So John worked up the courage to go up to her and ask her in person, and she accepted. In 1946, they married and returned to Scotland where they owned and operated a small hotel in Pitlochry before retiring in Dundee. After celebrating their 71st Valentine's Day together, Edith passed away in June of 2017, just three weeks before their wedding anniversary. She was 92 years old.

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“Sometimes such information can be vividly detailed and prompt us to imagine what historical events might have looked like in ways that make us feel more connected to them, but sometimes we are so overwhelmed with dry or technical details that we actually feel more removed from the event than ever before,” the professor explained.

#7

An Iconic Image Showing Aboriginal Rights Activist, Gary Foley With A Sign Reading, “Pardon Me For Being Born Into A Nation Of Racists”, 1971

An Iconic Image Showing Aboriginal Rights Activist, Gary Foley With A Sign Reading, “Pardon Me For Being Born Into A Nation Of Racists”, 1971

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#8

This Is Shavarsh Karapetyan, A Retired Armenian Swimmer.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ In 1976, He Had Just Completed A 26 Km (16 Mile) Run When He Heard A Loud Crash

This Is Shavarsh Karapetyan, A Retired Armenian Swimmer.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ In 1976, He Had Just Completed A 26 Km (16 Mile) Run When He Heard A Loud Crash

A trolleybus had lost control and had fallen into a reservoir. It was 25 meters (82 ft) off-shore and had sunk to a depth of 10 meters (33 ft).⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Karapetyan immediately dived into the sewage-infested waters and managed to kick the back window of the trolleybus with his legs, despite zero visibility from the silt that had risen from the bottom. Of the 92 passengers onboard, Karapetyan pulled out 46 people. 20 of whom survived.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ The combination of cold water and the multiple lacerations from glass shards led him to be hospitalized for 45 days. He developed pneumonia and sepsis. While he was able to recover, damage to his lungs prevented him from continuing his career as a swimmer.⁣⁣

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#9

This Is Franca Viola, An Italian Woman Who Became Famous In The 1960s For Publicly Refusing To Accept The Twisted Tradition Of Marrying Her Rapist

This Is Franca Viola, An Italian Woman Who Became Famous In The 1960s For Publicly Refusing To Accept The Twisted Tradition Of Marrying Her Rapist

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Zara the Squiddy Squid 🦑
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1 month ago (edited) Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

MARRYING THEIR RAPIST?! More info PLEASE! ☹️☹️ edit: ignore wandalutz, ugh. They are just making something out of nothing. It’s not like I hurt them or tried to offend them. I am trying to stand up for myself and I do not know if making the retorts I did was right, but @wandalutz move the f**k on. Life goes on, don’t let a teenager get you all worked up.

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Yaszek argues that even when shot by the most amateur of photographers, these images have a unique effect on our modern minds. “These images of people living in and through various moments in history provide a sense of immediate emotional connection—we think, ‘wow, so that’s what it would feel like to experience that moment of history!’” Yaszek explained.

#10

This Is Margaret Ann Neve At Age 110 In 1902.⁣ ⁣ She Was Born In 1792 And Died In 1903, Making Her The First Proven Person In Recorded History To Have Lived In 3 Different Centuries

This Is Margaret Ann Neve At Age 110 In 1902.⁣ ⁣ She Was Born In 1792 And Died In 1903, Making Her The First Proven Person In Recorded History To Have Lived In 3 Different Centuries

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#11

Iranian Woman In The Era Before The Islamic Revolution, 1960

Iranian Woman In The Era Before The Islamic Revolution, 1960

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#12

Lena Baker Was A Black Maid That Was Put On Trial For The Killing Of Her White Employer Earnest Knight For Trying To Rape Her

Lena Baker Was A Black Maid That Was Put On Trial For The Killing Of Her White Employer Earnest Knight For Trying To Rape Her

Though she claimed self defense, she was sentenced to death by an all white male jury. Her trial only lasted one day! Sitting in the electric chair, this is what she said: "What I done, I did in self defense or I would've been killed myself. Where I was, I could not overcome it. I am ready to meet my God''. She was executed on March 5, 1945 as the only woman ever executed in Georgia. She left behind 3 children. Her last words, along side with her picture are displayed near the now-retired electric chair at a museum at Georgia state prison in Reidsville. She was Pardon 60 years after her Murder.

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Susan Green
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Poor woman. Sentenced to death by an all white male jury, doesn’t surprise me.

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Interestingly, by looking at historical images, viewers may develop an emotional bond. “Once we feel an emotional bond with the people in historical photos and perhaps even begin to imaginatively empathize with them—we forge new intellectual connections to history itself, asking ourselves: ‘Why are the people in this photograph in this situation in the first place? What happened leading up to this photo—and what happened afterward?’,” Yaszek told us.

#13

This Is 18-Year-Old Alice Roosevelt And Her Long-Haired Chihuahua Named Leo In 1902

This Is 18-Year-Old Alice Roosevelt And Her Long-Haired Chihuahua Named Leo In 1902

She also had a pet snake named Emily Spinach who she would wrap around on one arm and take to parties. Alice was extremely independent and unlike many women of her time, she was known to wear pants, drive cars, smoke cigarettes, place bets with bookies, dance on rooftops, and party all night. In a span of 15 months, she managed to attend 300 parties, 350 balls and 407 dinners. A friend of Alice’s stepmom once remarked that she was “like a young wild animal that had been put into good clothes.” Her stepmom went a step further and described her as a “guttersnipe” that went “uncontrolled with every boy in town.” William Howard Taft banned her from the White House after Alice buried a voodoo doll (of Taft’s wife) in the front yard. Woodrow Wilson also banned her after she told a very dirty joke (sadly no record of the joke exists) about him in public. Her father, Theodore Roosevelt famously said, “I can either run the country or I can attend to Alice, but I cannot possibly do both.” Alice once told President Lyndon B. Johnson that she specifically wore wide-brimmed hats around him so that he could not kiss her. During an interview in 1974, Alice described herself as a “hedonist.” She died in 1980 at the age of 96.

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#15

Bob Ross With His Pet Squirrels, 1991

Bob Ross With His Pet Squirrels, 1991

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#16

In 1948, A Man Wore 30-Pound, Three-Toed Lead Shoes And Stomped Around A Florida Beach During The Night

In 1948, A Man Wore 30-Pound, Three-Toed Lead Shoes And Stomped Around A Florida Beach During The Night

The footprints lead people to believe that a 15-foot tall penguin was roaming their lands. He kept up the prank for 10 years, visiting various beaches. The hoax wasn't revealed until 40 years later.

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#17

The Indigenous People Known As The Huichol First Appeared In The High Highlands Of Central Mexico Some 15,000 Years Ago

The Indigenous People Known As The Huichol First Appeared In The High Highlands Of Central Mexico Some 15,000 Years Ago

According to their ancient traditions, both men and women would experience the pain of childbirth. This is how it would be done, the father would position himself on the rafters with rope tied around his scrotum while the mother would pull on it while giving birth.

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Zara the Squiddy Squid 🦑
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I say any men who say that birth isn’t that painful should have to go through this

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#18

Facial Prosthesis For A Wounded Soldier Of The First World War, 1916

Facial Prosthesis For A Wounded Soldier Of The First World War, 1916

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K- THULU
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

My gran worked as a nurse in the UK during the late 20s in a hospital for returned soldiers, in the ward dealing with injuries like this.... A lot of them could never return to their families because their injuries were so horrific... Most Sundays she would bring my mum and my aunty to the hospital gardens to play, so the patients could watch from the balcony, and experience at least a trace of a normal life they could never experience ...... Still breaks my heart when I think of it, how much damage the human body can take and still go on.... My gran was my fkn hero!!

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#19

A Lion Walks Alone In The Desert

A Lion Walks Alone In The Desert

This is a 1925 photo of possibly the last Barbary lion in the wild before its extinction. It was taken by French photographer Marcelin Flandrin while he was onboard a flight on the Casablanca-Dakar air route.

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#20

86-Year-Old Lao Huang, A Cormorant Fisherman Living In Yangshuo, China

86-Year-Old Lao Huang, A Cormorant Fisherman Living In Yangshuo, China

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#21

Feminist Vandalism, 1970s

Feminist Vandalism, 1970s

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FabulousMari
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Sentiment still stands. Hands off our bodies. It makes me want to puke.

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#22

Dolly Parton At Home In Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, 1960s

Dolly Parton At Home In Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, 1960s

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Martin Kaine
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

C'mon! Everyone knows Dolly has a great pair of kitties.

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#23

Studio Photos Of A Lesbian Couple, Early 1900s

Studio Photos Of A Lesbian Couple, Early 1900s

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#24

Hanukkah In Kiel, Germany, 1932

Hanukkah In Kiel, Germany, 1932

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Mariele Scherzinger
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

There's a story behind that menora. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/12/19/world/europe/menorah-hanukkah-germany.html

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#25

Safety Standards In 1960s

Safety Standards In 1960s

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Zara the Squiddy Squid 🦑
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

NAH B***H ID BE CLINGING ONTO THAT POLE FOR DEAR LIFE WITH ALL SEVEN OF MY TENTACLES (7 bc headles roach stole one :,)

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On September 30th, 1956, During A Drunken Argument In A New York City Bar, A Man Named Thomas Fitzpatrick Claimed He Could Fly An Airplane From New Jersey To New York In Under 15 Minutes

On September 30th, 1956, During A Drunken Argument In A New York City Bar, A Man Named Thomas Fitzpatrick Claimed He Could Fly An Airplane From New Jersey To New York In Under 15 Minutes

To prove himself, Fitzpatrick left the bar, stole an airplane from a New Jersey airfield at 3am, flew without lights or radio completely intoxicated, and landed the airplane in the street in front of the bar.

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#27

Photograph Of Two Women Kissing Captioned "Um-M! That Kiss! Guess I Still Love You! Jus' Can't Help It!", 1930s

Photograph Of Two Women Kissing Captioned "Um-M! That Kiss! Guess I Still Love You! Jus' Can't Help It!", 1930s

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Monika
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Pictures like this show LGBTQIA+ is not a new thing. You know, in Ancient Greek times, if there was a hole, there was a goal!!!! Search up Sappho too.

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The Lovers Of Valdaro Were Two 6,000-Years-Old Skeletons Who Appeared To Have Died In A Lover's Embrace, Face To Face With Their Arms And Legs Entwined

The Lovers Of Valdaro Were Two 6,000-Years-Old Skeletons Who Appeared To Have Died In A Lover's Embrace, Face To Face With Their Arms And Legs Entwined

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les
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

and both were male as revealed recently

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#29

Ryan Reynolds Back In 1983 Holding A Dead Fish... With His Fly Open

Ryan Reynolds Back In 1983 Holding A Dead Fish... With His Fly Open

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Artsy Bookworm
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I would love to hear what he has to say about this picture now

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Office Life Before The Invention Of Autocad And Other Drafting Softwares

Office Life Before The Invention Of Autocad And Other Drafting Softwares

Prior to the release of AutoCAD in 1982, engineering drawings were all done by hand using different grade pencils, erasers, T-squares and set squares. Even after all the manual labor, if a change was required, the engineers and toolmakers had to start from scratch and make the sketches all over again. Nowadays, architecture designers and other drafters are mainly just clicking their mouse and keyboard and not hunched over on a giant desk wondering if any changes will be made to their final drafts.

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Waite Forit
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

If I could get in a time machine and go back to the age before computers - I wouldn't.

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In 1938 Bruce Mozert Took The First Underwater Photos And They Are Brilliant

In 1938 Bruce Mozert Took The First Underwater Photos And They Are Brilliant

Bruce invented the world’s first underwater camera, and it was at Silver Springs, Florida where he would put his invention to renowned use.

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FabulousMari
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

So who’s taking a picture of the guy taking a picture?

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In The Olden Days, Santa Claus Would Gather Up Naughty Children, Toss Them In His Basket And Whisk Them Away To The North Pole To Serve As His Slaves. That’s Where The Legend Of Santas Elves Came From

In The Olden Days, Santa Claus Would Gather Up Naughty Children, Toss Them In His Basket And Whisk Them Away To The North Pole To Serve As His Slaves. That’s Where The Legend Of Santas Elves Came From

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An Unemployed Lumber Worker And His Wife In Oregon, August, 1939.⁣ Photo By Dorothea Lange

An Unemployed Lumber Worker And His Wife In Oregon, August, 1939.⁣ Photo By Dorothea Lange

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#34

In 1902, A French Company Decided To Make Playing Cards That Imagined "Women Of The Future"

In 1902, A French Company Decided To Make Playing Cards That Imagined "Women Of The Future"

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Luna Crow
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Really relieved and happy to see this "woman of the future" depiction is a female professional, as opposed to a "sexy space babe." Especially since playing card companies have been (and still are) known to go that direction

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#35

Three Young Women Eat Spaghetti On Inflatable Mattresses At Island Of Capri, 1939

Three Young Women Eat Spaghetti On Inflatable Mattresses At Island Of Capri, 1939

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Daniel Atkins
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

As one does on special occasions break out the spaghetti mattress and party.

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To Appear Headless While Taking A Photo, Aka "Horsemanning" Was A Popular Way To Pose In The 1920's

To Appear Headless While Taking A Photo, Aka "Horsemanning" Was A Popular Way To Pose In The 1920's

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#37

A United States Soldier Holds Up A Giant Jungle Centipede During The Vietnam War, 1967

A United States Soldier Holds Up A Giant Jungle Centipede During The Vietnam War, 1967

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#38

In 19th Century England, Wealthy Farmers Would Commission Paintings Of Their Cows, Pigs And Sheep As A Way To Flex Their Wealth And Status

In 19th Century England, Wealthy Farmers Would Commission Paintings Of Their Cows, Pigs And Sheep As A Way To Flex Their Wealth And Status

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#39

Vintage Halloween Costume

Vintage Halloween Costume

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Sue Lynn Chan
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1 month ago (edited) Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I don’t care if it’s Halloween or not, lf I see this in the middle of the night alone at the street, I am willing sacrifice all my sweets to them

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Former Beauty Queen, Miss Wyoming Winner 1973 Joyce Mckinney Being Arrested By Police After Kidnapping Mormon Missionary Kirk Anderson From His Church, Forcing Him To Be Her Sex Slave For 3 Days. 1977

Former Beauty Queen, Miss Wyoming Winner 1973 Joyce Mckinney Being Arrested By Police After Kidnapping Mormon Missionary Kirk Anderson From His Church, Forcing Him To Be Her Sex Slave For 3 Days. 1977

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scag$y
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Judging by some of the comments here, society still has a LONG way to go when it comes to taking sex crimes with a male victim seriously.

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3,000 Year Old Pair Of Pants Found In China.⁣ ⁣ The Pants Were Discovered In A Tomb In Northwestern China

3,000 Year Old Pair Of Pants Found In China.⁣ ⁣ The Pants Were Discovered In A Tomb In Northwestern China

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Roland
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

They can't (don't want to) produce clothes that last 2 seasons these days.

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Mexican Actress Maty Huitrón Photographed By Nacho Lopez In 195

Mexican Actress Maty Huitrón Photographed By Nacho Lopez In 195

This series was one of the multiple social experiments of the Mexican photographer to understand human behavior. In this case, it was about seeing the average reaction to an exuberant woman, the model chosen was the burlesque dancer Maty Huitron, who would later become an eminence of the performing arts in Mexico. The impact was so provocative that Nacho López's photos were awarded in 1957 by UNESCO, and later exhibited in stations of the Paris and Munich Metro.

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#43

The Man In The Picture Is Dina Sanichar, Widely Believed To Be Raised By The Wolves

The Man In The Picture Is Dina Sanichar, Widely Believed To Be Raised By The Wolves

He was born in India and was found in the deep jungles of Uttar Pradesh by the hunters in 1872. They found him hunting alongside the wolves and noted that he was walking on all four of his limbs.

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#44

The Original Michelin Man From 1898.⁣ The Michelin Man Is White Because Rubber Tires Are Naturally White

The Original Michelin Man From 1898.⁣ The Michelin Man Is White Because Rubber Tires Are Naturally White

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Roland
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Rubber tires were white before the discovery of adding carbon improving their durability significantly.

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Reese Witherspoon With Ryan Phillipe And Their Daughter On The Set Of Legally Blonde

Reese Witherspoon With Ryan Phillipe And Their Daughter On The Set Of Legally Blonde

Reese said in an interview in 1998 that she met Ryan at her 21st birthday party. She recalled the moment as embarrassing, saying she went over to Ryan when she was drunk and said “I think you’re my birthday present!”

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Val
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Don't judge a book by its cover, or a girl by her designer shoes. Bend, and Snap! Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy. Happy people just don’t shoot their husbands, they just don’t. Okay I'm done.

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#46

Bonnie And Clyde's Last Kiss A Few Hours Before They Were Killed, May 23, 1934

Bonnie And Clyde's Last Kiss A Few Hours Before They Were Killed, May 23, 1934

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Mune
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

These Criminals killed innocent bankers just doing their jobs, only lunatics would romanticise them and their acts.

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#47

Kate Middleton And Prince William's Post-Clubbing Taxi Pics From The 2000s

Kate Middleton And Prince William's Post-Clubbing Taxi Pics From The 2000s

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#48

The Very First Miss Universe Pageant, 1952

The Very First Miss Universe Pageant, 1952

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Martin Kaine
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1 month ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Look at the exotic globe-spanning localities: Turkey, Norway, Great Britain,.......uh, Indiana?

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#49

Demi Moore On The Set Of G.i. Jane, 1997

Demi Moore On The Set Of G.i. Jane, 1997

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Mani Lacao
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1 month ago (edited) Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The date is wrong, the first action movie starring a female as lead was the Hunger Games in 2012.

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22-Year-Old Lana Del Rey (Then Performing Under May Jailer) Photographed In 2007

22-Year-Old Lana Del Rey (Then Performing Under May Jailer) Photographed In 2007

Discussing meeting her in the same year, record label-owner David Nichtern said “When she first came to us she was playing plunky little acoustic guitar, had sort of straight blonde hair, very cute young woman. A little bit dark, but very intelligent. We heard that. But she very quickly kept evolving."

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