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Walter Cronkite announcing the death of U.S. president John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

Walter Cronkite announcing the death of U.S. president John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

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“Making harnesses, Mary Saverick stitching, Pioneer Parachute Company Mills, Manchester, Conn.” 1942

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“Making harnesses, Mary Saverick stitching, Pioneer Parachute Company Mills, Manchester, Conn.” 1942

"Back to School with Apache OpenOffice"  In our back to school blog post we used this ca. 1950 photo from the Adolph B. Rice Studio in the Library of Virginia, of students and a bus in Chesterfield County, Virginia.

"Back to School with Apache OpenOffice" In our back to school blog post we used this ca. 1950 photo from the Adolph B. Rice Studio in the Library of Virginia, of students and a bus in Chesterfield County, Virginia.

Momma's Marine:  Washington, D.C., circa 1916. "Mrs. George Barnett and son." Lelia Gordon Barnett, wife of the Marine Corps commandant, and her son Basil Gordon, who in 1923 became the first person to crash an airplane in the District of Columbia. (He survived but his passenger didn't.) Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. Click to view full size.

Momma's Marine: Washington, D.C., circa 1916. "Mrs. George Barnett and son." Lelia Gordon Barnett, wife of the Marine Corps commandant, and her son Basil Gordon, who in 1923 became the first person to crash an airplane in the District of Columbia. (He survived but his passenger didn't.) Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. Click to view full size.

On January 14, 1964, less than two months after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Jacqueline Kennedy thanked the American people for the nearly 800,000 cards, messages and letters of condolence she received following the death of her husband.

On January 14, 1964, less than two months after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Jacqueline Kennedy thanked the American people for the nearly 800,000 cards, messages and letters of condolence she received following the death of her husband.

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vintagegal: Eartha Kitt riding her bicycle down...

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