30+ Interesting Pictures from Random Points in History
Enjoy these collection of random photos from various times in history.
The last noted meeting of some surviving members of the Civil War. December 31, 1948.
A 7-years-old boy drew this 700 years ago. His name was Onfim who lived in Novogrod. He’s dead now.
He's the inspiration for the character in Gangs of New York. The real life Bill the Butcher, 1875.
Clown Suits confiscated from the home of Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy after he was arrested in 1978.
Moonshine operation impeded by the Sheriff 1930s in Georgia.
The skeleton of a Japanese bomb victim whose flesh was cooked off in the heat of the atomic blast. It lies in the rubble of a house next to an unbroken ceramic pot. September 1, 1945 Nagasaki.
Johnny Cash awaiting his turn at Folsom Prison, 1968
The last known photo of Walt Disney having fun at Disneyland, 1966.
Mailman strutting with his heavy Christmas delivery (1929)
Lyndon Johnson picking his beagle up only by the ears, insisting it was “good for him.” 1964.
Construction of George Washington’s nose on the famous Mount Rushmore in 1935
Police mugshot of Vladimir Lenin when he was 25, 1895
Prisoners beat two jail guards after their concentration camp is liberated by US forces.
John Belushi poses with Steve Martin. Belushi passed away later that day.
A house that was impaled by a huge tree uprooted by the Johnstown Flood which was a result of the catastrophic failure of the South Fork Dam, 1889
Red Army soldiers sit on the debris of the German Reich Chancellery in Berlin scanning boxes of German medals that would never be handed out following the Battle of Berlin and the defeat of the Third Reich, May 1945 by Evgeniy Khaldei.
“Beer day”, the day when alcohol ban came to an end in Iceland, 1 March, 1989
Construction Of the acclaimed Madison Square Garden, New York, 1966
Four O’Clock shift of workers at the Ford Motor Company, Detroit-ca. 1910
World War I amputee equipped with a welding arm, 1920
A censor negotiation letter about Monty Python and the Holy Grail from 1974.
Ralph Lincoln set side by side to his 11th generation ancestor, Abraham Lincoln.
The earliest known remaining Walt Disney cartoon.
“Taking a bath with a temperature twelve below zero in December along the Sha O River,” Russo-Japanese War, c. 1904.
Last known photo of Nikola Tesla. 1943.
Maori chief. Tomika Te Mutu, between the year 1860 and 1879
First captured aerial photograph of Stonehenge, 1906
The USS Langley, a US Navy’s first aircraft carrier, seven years into service, 1927
Main Street in Deadwood, South Dakota, 1876
Washington. Private box in Ford’s Theater, where President Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth during the night of April 14, 1865
Kamikaze hit on the supposedly very well-made HMS Sussex.
A photo of Grigori Rasputin. 1916 (colorized)
Workers are assembling M-3 tanks in an American factory – 1942
A thin TV screen (only 4 inches thick) equipped with an automatic timing device to record TV programs for later viewing. The wave of the future as shown at the Home Furnishings Market in Chicago, Illinois, on June 21, 1961.
John Kennedy Jr. bidding goodbye to the White House Kitchen staff. 1963.
Rebuffed alternate designs for The Eiffel Tower.