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25 Rare Historical Photos You’ve Probably Never Seen Before – Part 4

Check out our fourth collection of 25 rare historical photos you have probably never seen before.

Also check: 35 Creepy Vintage Photos That Are Really Hard To Explain

1. Annette Kellerman Promotes Women’s Right To Wear A Fitted One-piece Bathing Suit, 1907. She Was Arrested For Indecency.

Annette Kellerman Promotes Womens Right To Wear A Fitted One-piece Bathing Suit

Source: Wikipedia

2. Painters Of The Brooklyn Bridge, 1914.

Painters Of The Brooklyn Bridge

Source: abc.net.au

3. Woman With A Gas-resistant Pram, England, 1938.

Woman With A Gas-resistant Pram

Source: nydailynews.com

4. Elvis Presley In The Army, 1958.

Elvis Presley In The Army

Source: BuckRockefeller

5. Georges Blind, A Member Of The French Resistance, Smiling At A German Firing Squad, 1944.

Georges Blind, A Member Of The French Resistance, Smiling At A German Firing Squad

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6. “Wait For Me, Daddy”, a photo taken by Claude P. Dettloff on October 1, 1940, of The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught’s Own Rifles) marching down Eighth Street at the Columbia Street intersection, New Westminster, Canada.

wait For Me Daddy

Source: Wikipedia

7. Sailor Kissing Nurse, Times Square, August 14, 1945.

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - AUGUST 14: A jubilant American sailor clutching a white-uniformed nurse in a back-bending, passionate kiss as he vents his joy while thousands jam Times Square to celebrate the long awaited-victory over Japan. (Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt/Pix Inc./Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

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8. Three Men Run In The Marathon At The First Modern Olympic Games, 1896.

Three Men Run In The Marathon At The First Modern Olympic Games

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9. Newspaper Boy Ned Parfett Sells Copies Of The Evening Paper Bearing News Of Titanic’s Sinking The Night Before, April 16, 1912.

Newspaper Boy Ned Parfett Sells Copies Of The Evening Paper Bearing News Of Titanics Sinking

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10. Coca-Cola Comes To France, 1950.

Coca-Cola Comes To France

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11. Norway Receive Their First Ever Shipment Of Bananas, 1905.

Norway Receive Their First Ever Shipment Of Bananas

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12. The Human Eagle, 12500 officers, nurses and men, Camp Gordon, Atlanta, 1918.

The Human Eagle

Source: Reddit

13. A guard of honor passes out as Queen Elizabeth II rides past during the Trooping the Colour parade, 1970.

A guard of honor passes out as Queen Elizabeth II rides past

Source: rarehistoricalphotos

14. Kindergarten teacher Helen Hulick went to jail for wearing slacks in courtroom after testifing against two burglary suspects, Los Angeles, 1938.

Helen Hulick went to jail for wearing slacks in courtroom

Source: LATimes

15. Four horsemen riding through the streets of Amsterdam on a ‘motorless day’, when cars are prohibited due to the oil crisis in the Middle East, 4th November 1973.

Four horsemen riding through the streets of Amsterdam on a motorless day

Source: eichbaum

16. Suffragette Florence Norman on her early scooter, 1916.

Suffragette Florence Norman on her early scooter

Source: PicturaHistoria

17. A Ringling Brothers Circus elephant walks out of a train car as young children watch in the Bronx railroad yard in New York City, April 1, 1963.

A Ringling Brothers Circus elephant walks out of a train car

Source: Reddit

18. Edward Llewellen with the World’s Record Black Sea Bass, which he caught, (425 lbs.), at Catalina Island, California, Aug. 26, 1903.

Edward Llewellen with the Worlds Record Black Sea Bass

Source: loc.gov

19. A bulldog guards a British home barricaded during the Blitz [c. 1939-1945].

A bulldog guards a British home barricaded during the Blitz

Source: Twitter

20. A dog being posed by a German soldier, ca. 1940.

A dog being posed by a German soldier

Source: Vintag.es

21. Photo of Lou Gehrig taken right after his famous retirement speech, July 4, 1939. He would pass away just two years later from ALS.

Photo of Lou Gehrig taken right after his famous retirement speech

Source: Twitter

22. Times Square in 1947.

Times Square in 1947

Source: Jordan J. Lloyd

23. Lee Harvey Oswald being transported to questioning before his murder trial for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, 1963.

Lee Harvey Oswald being transported to questioning before his murder trial for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy

Source: Minus

24. Native American couple, Situwuka and Katkwachsnea in 1912.

Native American couple, Situwuka and Katkwachsnea in 1912

Source: Reddit

25. The Statue of Liberty photographed during a power failure in 1942.

The Statue of Liberty photographed during a power failure in 1942

Source: Flickr

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