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1870 Antique English Chromolithograph of Stylish Men from the Classic Vanity Fair Series. The Crown Prince of Prussia. No. 11

1870 Antique English Chromolithograph of Stylish Men from the Classic Vanity Fair Series. The Crown Prince of Prussia. No. 11

1880 Men's Clothing  Styles of late Victorian overcoats are featured in this plate from 1882.  The styles represented are known by different names, such as the Albert, Coaching, and Newmarket and were popular for many years, the principal changes in their shapes being in the length of waist.

1880 Men's Clothing Styles of late Victorian overcoats are featured in this plate from 1882. The styles represented are known by different names, such as the Albert, Coaching, and Newmarket and were popular for many years, the principal changes in their shapes being in the length of waist.

SAMUEL BYCK Attempted to assassinate President Richard Nixon; hijacked a commercial jetliner which he intended to crash dive into the White House, Baltimore-Washington International Airport, February 22, 1974.

SAMUEL BYCK Attempted to assassinate President Richard Nixon; hijacked a commercial jetliner which he intended to crash dive into the White House, Baltimore-Washington International Airport, February 22, 1974.

September 5 - In Sacramento, California, Lynette Fromme, a follower of jailed cult leader Charles Manson, attempts to assassinate U.S. President Gerald Ford, but is thwarted by a Secret Service agent.

September 5 - In Sacramento, California, Lynette Fromme, a follower of jailed cult leader Charles Manson, attempts to assassinate U.S. President Gerald Ford, but is thwarted by a Secret Service agent.

SAMUEL BYCK Audio Tapes |Byck outlined his plan in a series of letters and audio cassette recordings that he mailed on his way to the airport.  These letters were sent to numerous people, including columnist Jack Anderson, and media outlets including the Miami News, the Detroit Free Press and the Atlanta Journal.  He had also sent recordings to composer Leonard Bernstein, Senator Abraham Ribicoff, scientist Jonas Salk and magistrate Jean Dwyer.

SAMUEL BYCK Audio Tapes |Byck outlined his plan in a series of letters and audio cassette recordings that he mailed on his way to the airport. These letters were sent to numerous people, including columnist Jack Anderson, and media outlets including the Miami News, the Detroit Free Press and the Atlanta Journal. He had also sent recordings to composer Leonard Bernstein, Senator Abraham Ribicoff, scientist Jonas Salk and magistrate Jean Dwyer.

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