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That fateful day in Dallas...

That fateful day in Dallas...

President Dwight D. Eisenhower Greets the Crowd who have come for the Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House, April 2,1956.  Series: Numerical Photographs, 1962 - ca. 1979. Collection: Still Photograph Collection, 1962 - 2004 (Holdings of the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum) https://catalog.archives.gov/id/16915737

President Dwight D. Eisenhower Greets the Crowd who have come for the Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House, April 2,1956. Series: Numerical Photographs, 1962 - ca. 1979. Collection: Still Photograph Collection, 1962 - 2004 (Holdings of the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum) https://catalog.archives.gov/id/16915737

Remember having to call in to the operator every time you made a phone call?  Well, these hard working people would connect you to the right person.  It's all done digitally now, but you can imagine what these rooms must have been like back in the day!

Remember having to call in to the operator every time you made a phone call? Well, these hard working people would connect you to the right person. It's all done digitally now, but you can imagine what these rooms must have been like back in the day!

Elvis with his father and grandmother in 1959.

Elvis with his father and grandmother in 1959.

Nuremberg trials- Herta Oberheuser was the only female defendant in the Nuremberg Medical Trial, where she was sentenced to 20 years in jail.    [edit] Release from prisonShe was released in April 1952 for good behavior and became a family doctor in Stocksee, Germany. She lost her position in 1956, after a Ravensbrück survivor recognized her, and her license to practice medicine was revoked in 1958. She died in January 1978 at the age of 66.

Nuremberg trials- Herta Oberheuser was the only female defendant in the Nuremberg Medical Trial, where she was sentenced to 20 years in jail. [edit] Release from prisonShe was released in April 1952 for good behavior and became a family doctor in Stocksee, Germany. She lost her position in 1956, after a Ravensbrück survivor recognized her, and her license to practice medicine was revoked in 1958. She died in January 1978 at the age of 66.

The home front building the B-24.

The home front building the B-24.

River rubberneckers at Great Falls during the 1924 flood.

River rubberneckers at Great Falls during the 1924 flood.

Arlette and Liliane Bloch were deported to Auschwitz in 1944 and used for twins experiments. Neither of them survived.

Arlette and Liliane Bloch were deported to Auschwitz in 1944 and used for twins experiments. Neither of them survived.

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