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Street scene in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, California, 11 April 1942, Clem Albers, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Street scene in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, California, 11 April 1942, Clem Albers, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

The house in which Lincoln died, at 453 (now 516) 10th Street, NW, was built by William Petersen, a tailor of Swedish descent, in 1849. It is a three-story building, with the basement only slightly below the street level. Since the house had more rooms than the family required, he rented his extra rooms to lodgers.The bedroom to which Lincoln was taken was occupied by William T. Clark,

The house in which Lincoln died, at 453 (now 516) 10th Street, NW, was built by William Petersen, a tailor of Swedish descent, in 1849. It is a three-story building, with the basement only slightly below the street level. Since the house had more rooms than the family required, he rented his extra rooms to lodgers.The bedroom to which Lincoln was taken was occupied by William T. Clark,

he beginning of the great migration

he beginning of the great migration

vintagephoto: 1948 Alantic City - photo by Nina Leen

vintagephoto: 1948 Alantic City - photo by Nina Leen

Great Southern Hotel, Gulfport Mississippi

Great Southern Hotel, Gulfport Mississippi

"Any soldier who goes into battle with out his sword is improperly armed." Far right in photo Jack Churchill storming Normandy Beach with his long sword drawn, a long bow and Claymore strapped to his back.  Jack Churchill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Any soldier who goes into battle with out his sword is improperly armed." Far right in photo Jack Churchill storming Normandy Beach with his long sword drawn, a long bow and Claymore strapped to his back. Jack Churchill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Iconic photograph: "Wait For Me Daddy," by Claude P. Dettloff, October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother's hand to reach out for his father. (H/t Jodi P)  Via: vancouverhistory.ca

40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

Iconic photograph: "Wait For Me Daddy," by Claude P. Dettloff, October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother's hand to reach out for his father. (H/t Jodi P) Via: vancouverhistory.ca

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The suffragette who rode a scooter in 1916 - There is just so much awesome happening in this picture!

The suffragette who rode a scooter in 1916

The suffragette who rode a scooter in 1916 - There is just so much awesome happening in this picture!

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