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Look at these smiling faces!
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Such a great hat!
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A photo of John Allen Woodward
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So precious!
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So cute! Twins having a tea party with their identical dolls.
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Look at the love on their faces - such a precious moment captured in time.
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Just love their smiles!
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This publicity photo of the young blues legend B.B. King was taken in 1948 in West Memphis Arkansas where he had a ten-minute spot on the radio station WDIA.
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Proof that early photographers were creative with how they took photos. Is that Ivar’s father at the bottom?
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Civil War veteran John Nelson Gregg and friends taken in Monroe County, Alabama in 1890.
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Here is something you don’t see everyday! Francis Sicher wearing a bucket with a beer in one hand, and a pipe in the other.
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A photo of cousins Lea Penman and George Engel out for a Sunday drive in their horseless carriage at 1235 Acoma Street, Denver, Colorado in 1911. Lea would later become a successful vaudeville and Broadway actress with her greatest accomplishment as Dolly Tate in the 1946 production of "Annie Get Your Gun" which ran for 1,147 performances at the Imperial Theater in New York.
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How all babies used to bathe - in a tin tub!
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This photo was taken at the Hondo Air Force training base in Texas June 1942. The base was active during World War 2 and closed in 1958.
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