17 Rare Historic Pictures That You Probably Haven't Seen Before
Dorothy Counts was daring enough to attend Charlotte's Harry Harding High School, where she was the first and only one from black tribe.
#16 The Massive One.
Here's is the picture of Nikola Tesla busy with his work as he takes a seat in his "Magnifying Transmitter"
#15 Seventh Heaven.
This boy rejoices with high spirits as he get hands on a pair of shoes during the WWII
#14 Nothing Could Stop Her.
The organizers tried their best but failed to stop Kathrine Switzer to become the first woman to win the race.
#13 The Ultimate Freedom.
This woman, a Jewish prisoner, runs with her child as she is freed from the Death Train in 1945.
#12 Together Forever.
The grave in Holland of a Catholic woman and her husband agreed to the vows to being together even after death.
#11 He's Got The Balls.
This man surely is adventurous enough to neglect the Nazi Salute.
#10 His First Time.
This little kid, Harold Whittles is yet to figure out what just happened as he listens to the sound for the first time ever.
#9 Because Change Isn't That Easy.
This is from the following morning of Sweden in 1967 when the driving rules were changed from left side to right side.
#8 Resumes Back Then
And this man is roaming on the streets searching for a job.
#7 But Couldn't Concentrate.
And this is how the German Soldiers reacted when they were shown a tape on concentration camps.
#6 Live Sees No Boundaries.
This is when the residents of West Berlin let's the grandparents on Eastern side take a glimpse of their grandchildren.
#5 Its All About Balance.
These acrobats manages to maintain the balance at the top of The Empire State building.
#4 To Her Defence.
And this dancer shows off her underwear to defend her, because of whose exposure the officers had arrested her in Florida.
#3 As He Counts His Last Breathe.
The dead person with this ace of spades is mafia head Joe Maseeha, found in a pool of blood at Brooklyn Restaurant.
#2 Where Gender Is Just A Name.
Meet the lesbian couple at Le Monocle, Paris.
#1 While Under Construction.
This was from 1884, Paris, when the Statue Of Liberty was being constructed.
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