Once every other month, we like to gather up pictures from the past that have caught our attention and show them off to you for your enjoyment.  So, have fun skipping through history, kids!

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A 1965 Ford Mustang station wagon.  Only two were ever made.

Ernest Hemmingway at a Havana bar. Date unknown.
Dwight Eisenhower eats a hot dog as Richard Nixon looks on as the Washington Senators defeat the Boston Red Sox 1960.

Cap Coleman tattoos a young sailor sometime in the 1940s.
Miles Davis attends the funeral of Jimi Hendrix in 1970.
Sailors on the deck of the British steam corvette HMS Satellite some time in the 1860's.
Edwin Paige Fulton Butcher Shop, Edmonton in 1915.
An electric car which could be rented complete with chauffeur for $180 a month sometime between 1900 and 1905.
An Australian soldier plays with the kangaroo who served as the mascot for the 9th and 10th First Australian Imperial Force battalions at Mena Camp in Egypt. World War I.
The moment a rebel soldier tosses a grenade into loyalist positions from the loyalist POW. Burgos, Spain, September 12, 1936.
Mail delivery Snowmobiles in the Khabarovsk Territory in 1983.

Father Georgy Gapon leading the masses against the Russian government at the bloody Sunday protests 1905
President Reagan poses behind a headless Terra Cotta Warrior as Nancy Reagan looks on, Xian, China, 1984.
Helen Soros works the new pneumatic tube system to take cash at Marshall Fields store in Chicago, November 26, 1947.

A boy watching TV for the first time in an appliance store window, 1948.
Photograph said to depict German infantry firing at French positions at La Moncelle during the Battle of Sedan, 1870.
26 year-old Winston Churchill in 1900.
A well-stocked German canteen during WWI, c. 1917.
Football fans find a novel way of watching the Burnley vs Liverpool FA Cup Final at the Crystal Palace in South London, 1914.
During the evacuation of Saigon, at least 45 UH-1 Huey's were pushed overboard from US aircraft carriers to make room for others to land. This picture gives an idea of the desperation of the operation.
An Ethiopian greets the Italian troops entering Addis Ababa, 1935. He was one of the 800 Ethiopian soldiers who were taken prisoner in the battle of Adwa (1896), and whose left foot and right hand were cut off as punishment for siding with the Italians.
A soldier poses for a propaganda photo shoot in 1942.
Arriving on Ellis Island in 1907.
The last photo of the Far Eastern Party. Two of them would never make it home. 1912.

L. Frank Baum, the writer of The Wizard of Oz, at his typewriter, 1899.
Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel) at work on a drawing of a grinch, the hero of his forthcoming book, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" in 1957.
A German U-boat stranded on the South Coast of England, after surrender, 1918.
The Grand Canyon in 1914.

Food taken up on the Mercury and Gemini missions between 1961 and 1966.

Fidel Castro and Malcolm X discuss politics and family in 1960.
Hollywood actress Veronica Lake demonstrates what can happen to female factory workers who don't tie their hair back. US, 1943.

Manute Bol & Muggsy Bogues: teammates, and the tallest/shortest players in the history of the NBA at the time (1987-88).
Young Muammar Gaddafi, 1973.
Two women changing discreetly on a beach in 'Skreenette' bathing tents, England, 1929.
A botched time exposure photo from 1908.

Mary Mallon, AKA Typhoid Mary, in forced quarantine, 1907.
French soldier, whose face was mutilated in WWI, being fitted with a mask made at the Red Cross studio of Anna Coleman Ladd. July 1918.

Ronald Reagan shares a laugh with Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles in this 1959 photo.
President Lincoln in his White House office in 1864.
Cycling down the Eiffel Tower in 1923.

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