60 Rare Vintage Photos From History

By | February 4, 2019

Sleeping Beauty! The famous photo of Princess Diana dozing off at an official royal engagement in 1981, the next day it was announced that she was pregnant with her first child.

When we look to history we do so in order to feel awe at the natural universe. Whether we’re looking to nature, or craning our necks up at a piece of architecture, we’re forced to think about all the people who’ve done the same things before us. In that sense it feels good to be a speck of dust on the windshield of time.

Click forward to see an entertaining collection of rare photos including Frank Zappa with his parents in his purple home, Freddie Mercury rocking a massive crowd, and the world’s oldest Yelp review written in Babylonian. We hope you’re settled in because you’re not going to want to peel your eyes away from the sights we have to show you. Go forth and explore!

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Following a year plus engagement to Prince Charles, Diana of Wales and Charles were married on July 29 1981. The Princess was seen as a firebrand from their wedding, specifically because she didn’t vow to “obey” the prince when they were married. From then on she was a favorite of the dirt sheets and never truly escaped the eye of the media.

After changing her vows the next thing she did to stir the pot of the English media came on November 4 1981 when she fell asleep at the Victoria and Albert Museum's Splendors of the Gonzagas exhibition. Just writing that makes me sleepy, so you can’t hold it against her. And she had a good reason to nod off, the following day she discovered she was pregnant with her first child. 

"When you seek beauty in all people and all things, you will not only find it, you will become it."

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To find beauty in the people and the places where you find them is to truly become confident in yourself. It’s one thing to say that everyone is beautiful, but it’s completely another kind of life to find the good in someone regardless of who they are or what they’ve done. Once you’ve committed yourself to striving for the good in everything you’ll find that suddenly you’re doing the same for yourself, as if you’re two blades sharpening on another.

This may feel like a new age way of thinking, but ask yourself, what's wrong with believing that people are inherently good? What's wrong with finding something good in yourself?