33 Rare Historical Photos Volume 3

Coney Island, NYC, 1949.
Female referees look on as two pairs of young women simulate boxing in a ring,1920
Man Holding Onto Tree During Hurricane Carol, USA, 1954.
Rubber beauty masks, worn to remove wrinkles and blemishes 1920s
Man standing in a spiracle on a lava plain, Iceland, 1893
Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky. Helicopter pioneer. 19 years old. 1908.
United Airlines stewardess in 1970.
June 3, 1973: Billy Graham Preaches to 1.1 million in Korea
Members of the Ovici family, a family of Jewish dwarf entertainers who survived Auschwitz, perform a Hanukkah skit on stage.
An elephant from the Amar circus plows a field in occupied France in 1941.
German children soldiers captured somewhere around Leipzig, May 1945. Probably from a Hitler Youth group or similar.
Queen first known photo together taken for single “Keep Yourself Alive” cover released in July 6 1973
Sylvestar Stallone, Lincoln High School, 1962
Bonnie and Clyde, 1933
Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine, 1910
Annie Edson Taylor, the first person who’d survived a trip over Niagara Falls in a barrel on 24 October 1901.
Walter Thornton tries to sell his luxury roadster for $100 after the stock market crash during the Great Depression, New York, October 1929
Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels signing autographs at the 1936 Olympics.
Eddie Kidd from the film “Riding High” 1981.
Walter Rothschild in his zebra-drawn carriage, 1894.
Sergeant Major Tom Gledhill, riding a standard BSA A50 twin motorcycle, leaps over 20 members of the Royal Artillery Motor Bike display team.
The grave of an Allied pilot buried by Germans during the North African Campaign, 1941.
Aubrey Hepburn casually chilling on a huge frog. 1950’s
Model Monique Van Vooren bowling with a kangaroo, 1958
Johnny Cash, 1960
Priest praying over Titanic victims before they are buried at sea, 1912
Gabby Hartnett signs a baseball for Al Capone’s son. 1931.
The final moments of a Japanese dive bomber, 1945
An RAF pilot getting a haircut while reading a book between missions.
A picture of a crowd in New York, 1939. There is not one unhatted head.
Civil War General Amrbose Burnside, whose unusual facial hair led to the coining of the term sideburns.
The face of a hockey goalie Terry Sawchuk before masks became standard game equipment, 1966.
Defiant until the very end, a German Communist being executed in Munich, 1919

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