30 Historical Photos You’ve Never Seen Before

30 Historical Photos You’ve Never Seen Before
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Some historical events happen and are less released to the mainstream media. Having a look at these events through pictures can bring vivid memories. Some pictures provoke thoughts, and others bring admiration of the past. Here is a list of 30 history photos you probably have not seen before.

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This is President Clinton on March 7, 1995. It is unusual to see the president in such a setting and with a cat on his shoulders. Usually, a presidential image portrays power.

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The photo taken in 1960 J F Kennedy is captured with his young daughter Caroline. J F Kennedy had many admirers and an equal number of critics. This picture portrays the simple family man JF Kennedy was and perhaps brings a dimension of who he was.

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This is Barack Obama in Hawaii in 1963 with his mother. The picture that probably answers many political questions surrounds the first black man to be an occupant of the White House.

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Frank Sinatra literally on the ground and it dates back in 1965 in Miami. Joe E. Lewis was the reason as he had cracked a funny joke on Frank Sinatra.

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This is 1945; the Soviet Union and American Soldiers celebrate their victory in Japan. The relationship between the two countries took another turn after this war. They had a common enemy, which was Japan, and this was the best way of celebrating the victory.

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This November 1963 picture is one of the saddest images in the history of the US. The young JFK Junior pictured saluting her father’s casket along with the family. Considering the tragic death of JF Kennedy, this picture can be interpreted as one of the moments courage has been demonstrated.

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The 1878 image shows the excavation of The Great Sphinx. This portrays the human curiosity especially with the historical monuments in North Africa. This image brings a perspective of how the 19-century population was unkind to historical landmarks.

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The Indian men pictured with a snake in 1880. They were known as snake charmers. The 19-century India was known to take care of the environment and its habitat. This image supports that historical fact.

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The 1951 Marilyn Monroe on her Potato Sack Dress probably endorses the fact that she defiled the fashion status quo and made experimental paths that led to her being referred as one of the most significant model of all the time.

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Fidel Castro pictured with Che Guevara in 1960 gives a social dimension of the men that were sworn enemies of the West. The fishing expedition shows how relaxed they were on normal life out of revolutionary politics.

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The 1989 picture shows the Germans desire of a United Nations. This gives a perspective of the role that Germans played in the quest of West and East Germany reuniting.

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The 1956 picture of Martin Luther Jr. on his deviance routine to go against racial segregation at the time and the risk the social movements posed to themselves to have an equal society.

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Elizabeth Taylor is a happy moment with her friend Lassie and it is dated 1943. This was in Los Angeles and probably the same time she was performing the great ‘Lassie Comes Home and this defined her career path.

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Women in history have come a long way in trying to define social morality. This picture of 1919 shows the famous temperance movement where women were protesting against alcohol especially by their husbands.

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The 1934 image of Golden Gate Bridge shows the construction stages of the famous bridges and probably the human quest for connectivity in the 20th century. The image is colored something unusual in the most images taken at that time.

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The Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade photo of 1938 and colossal fish is happy photo and shows a well-organized parade on the New York City streets. This parade is probably one of the most remembered parades at that time.

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 The sad image is of Charleston, South Carolina in 1863. This was during the American Civil war that paralyzed the United Stated institution and went against the ideals of the American constitution.

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The picture was taken in Stockholm, April 1968. The man sandwiched in the picture by the Stockholm is Jimi Hendrix. He shows a sad face and this was during his career prime.

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 The picture is of Prince Philip and his wife Princess Elizabeth shortly after their happy wedding in November 1947. The loyal wedding shows a new era for both princes. This photo was taken in Buckingham Palace’s palace.

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The picture dates back on November 19, 1863, and the man that greatly remembered by Americans of all generations Abraham Lincoln is at the centered of his supporters as he addressed them in what is now commonly referred as Gettysburg Address.

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In 1980, the hippie movement saw the rise of a subculture of deviance population. The photo is a 1984 photo of a fight that took place at CBGBs, which was one of the famous joints back then.

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A view of World Trade Center in the 1970s shows the cityscape. The Jersey City cityscape shows prosperity of a growing city in the era, which saw the price of living cost shoot to extremes.

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This is Leonard Nimoy in 1965. He is remembered with is fancy haircut which was fondly referred as “Spock.” The main purpose of having “Spock” was to make an appearance to Star Trek that was a famous television show.

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This photo comprising of Japanese’s archers probably taken from 1860 to 1900 is a classical one. The two men aiming and the third one looking give an impression of student master environment.

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A beautiful image of Jackie Kennedy and Lee Radziwill dated back in 1962. The photo taken from Almafi Coast gives a cool feeling as each look unbothered from complexity of life back then.

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This photo captures curious Germans as they view over the newly built Berlin Wall that defined the history of separation from the two sides of Germany. This was back in 1961 and the onlookers climbed on motor vehicles to get a perfect view of the German side.

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This 1943 picture captures Kate Smith, who was then one of the most famous singers back then painting a message to Hitler. Hitler was one of the most hated individuals by the Americans at that time and Kate painting a war torpedo in London.

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Geronimo image dated back to 1907. The definition of beauty and fashion according to these natives was well portrayed with a disciplinarian face that shows the kind of parents these natives were.

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Local women on board the Titanic in 1912 selling merchandise to first class passengers.

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The Brooklyn Bridge exhibits the morning rush of the working class in 1905.