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Anatomical illustrations from an English medical treatise dating from the mid 15th century, including a Wound Man illustration, depicting a man who has been stabbed, bitten, and wounded by arrows, as well as bludgeoned in the arm and head.

Anatomical illustrations from an English medical treatise dating from the mid 15th century, including a Wound Man illustration, depicting a man who has been stabbed, bitten, and wounded by arrows, as well as bludgeoned in the arm and head.

Underwater scuba, Cleopatra’s Palace, Alexandria, Egypt

Underwater scuba, Cleopatra’s Palace, Alexandria, Egypt

Alvin York, a backwoods Tennessean who became the most highly decorated soldier of World War I.

Alvin York, a backwoods Tennessean who became the most highly decorated soldier of World War I.

General Douglas MacArthur, as Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, accepted the unconditional surrender document signed by the Japanese.

General Douglas MacArthur, as Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, accepted the unconditional surrender document signed by the Japanese.

Gives me chills -- At Auschwitz, Livia Ravek was branded with the number 4559. Now her grandson, Daniel Philosoph has honored her by getting the same tattoo. We are moving from lived memory to historical memory, noted Michael Berenbaum, a professor at American Jewish University in LA, Were at that transition, and this is sort of a brazen, in-your-face way of bridging it.

Gives me chills -- At Auschwitz, Livia Ravek was branded with the number 4559. Now her grandson, Daniel Philosoph has honored her by getting the same tattoo. We are moving from lived memory to historical memory, noted Michael Berenbaum, a professor at American Jewish University in LA, Were at that transition, and this is sort of a brazen, in-your-face way of bridging it.

Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Battle of Lexington & Concord:  PENNSYLVANIA EVENING POST, Philadelphia, May 11, 1775.

Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Battle of Lexington & Concord: PENNSYLVANIA EVENING POST, Philadelphia, May 11, 1775.

Future First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and Sen. John Kennedy at their wedding reception, 1953.

Future First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and Sen. John Kennedy at their wedding reception, 1953.

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