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Amazing photos from the people of our history that time has forgotten « back

December 29th, 2014

Last photo of all four Beatles

Here is another trip down memory lane, where we spotlight several historical photos from our past that most have rarely seen. We regularly add more to this page, so be sure to bookmark AmericasFootprints.com us and check back often!

Buzz Aldrin in the Apollo 11 Lunar Module


America GI soldier


Judy Garland in an early screen test for The Wizard of Oz in a blonde hairstyle they didn't use in the movie.

Judy Garland in an early screen test for The Wizard of Oz


Last photo of all four Beatles together



Nail Armstrong baking pizza


Ernest Hemmingway at a Havana bar. The date of this photo is unknown.

Ernest Hemmingway at a Havana bar. Date unknown


Helen Keller meets Charlie Chaplin


Jackie Kennedy and JFK selfie


Clint Eastwood skateboarding


Rare photo from 1959 of Elvis Presley signing autographs for fans in Germany while he was out riding a bike. Almost makes you feel like we're right back in that moment in time with him.

Elvis Presley


Here's a picture of Walt and Roy O. Disney on the day that they opened the Disney studio...marking a major milestone in their lifetime. Beside them are their wives and mother.

Walt and Roy Disney



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