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Jay - August New York. Chinese-American boy in his home in Flatbush. Medium-format nitrate negative by Marjory Collins.

1945 e o mundo festejava o fim da segunda guerra mundial, e em meio a uma multidão de 750 mil pessoas um marinheiro mais animadinho beijava todas as mulheres a sua volta.  Foi quando ele cruzou com Edith Shain, a enfermeira, e foi quando Eisenstaedt clicou o famoso beijo no meio da Times Square.  Edith Shain a enfermeira da foto faleceu no ano de 2010 aos 92 anos, a identidade do marinheiro nunca foi descoberta. O que fica é essa imagem linda que tem um significado histórico para o mundo…

1945 e o mundo festejava o fim da segunda guerra mundial, e em meio a uma multidão de 750 mil pessoas um marinheiro mais animadinho beijava todas as mulheres a sua volta. Foi quando ele cruzou com Edith Shain, a enfermeira, e foi quando Eisenstaedt clicou o famoso beijo no meio da Times Square. Edith Shain a enfermeira da foto faleceu no ano de 2010 aos 92 anos, a identidade do marinheiro nunca foi descoberta. O que fica é essa imagem linda que tem um significado histórico para o mundo…

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive : Instant Message: 1942 "Chicago, Illinois. These pneumatic tubes in the Illinois Central Railroad yardmaster's office connect him with the general office." Medium-format negative by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive : Instant Message: 1942 "Chicago, Illinois. These pneumatic tubes in the Illinois Central Railroad yardmaster's office connect him with the general office." Medium-format negative by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information

Daniel Butterfield - composer of the bugle call "Taps". First used at the Union Camp near Harrison Landing, VA during the Peninsula Campaign in 1862.

Daniel Butterfield - composer of the bugle call "Taps". First used at the Union Camp near Harrison Landing, VA during the Peninsula Campaign in 1862.

Elinor Smith, circa 1930. Smith soloed at 15, earned her license at 16, and holds the honor of having flown under all four bridges (1920s-era) in New York City. She teamed up with Bobbi Trout in November of 1929 to set a new women's endurance record of 42 hours and to become the first women aviators to accomplish aerial refueling. NASM-2000-10682

Elinor Smith, circa 1930. Smith soloed at 15, earned her license at 16, and holds the honor of having flown under all four bridges (1920s-era) in New York City. She teamed up with Bobbi Trout in November of 1929 to set a new women's endurance record of 42 hours and to become the first women aviators to accomplish aerial refueling. NASM-2000-10682

Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: I Feel Fine: 1944 high-resolution photo ~~ June 1944. "Brooklyn, New York. Home nursing class held at the community house of the Church of the Good Shepherd." Also: The "Basic Seven" food groups. Photo by Howard Hollem for the Office of War Information.

Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: I Feel Fine: 1944 high-resolution photo ~~ June 1944. "Brooklyn, New York. Home nursing class held at the community house of the Church of the Good Shepherd." Also: The "Basic Seven" food groups. Photo by Howard Hollem for the Office of War Information.

Dime-Store Disaster: 1929...Aftermath of the McCrory disaster, a virtually forgotten chapter in the history of Washington, D.C.: At 1:32 p.m. on Nov. 21, 1929, a boiler in the basement of the McCrory five-and-dime store at 416 Seventh Street NW exploded, demolishing the ground floor and igniting a fire in a deafening blast whose final toll was six dead and dozens injured

Dime-Store Disaster: 1929...Aftermath of the McCrory disaster, a virtually forgotten chapter in the history of Washington, D.C.: At 1:32 p.m. on Nov. 21, 1929, a boiler in the basement of the McCrory five-and-dime store at 416 Seventh Street NW exploded, demolishing the ground floor and igniting a fire in a deafening blast whose final toll was six dead and dozens injured

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