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Pulled from the Otis Historical Archives National Museum of Health and Medicine.  It is a skull.

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There’s a hole in the ground…

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There are no hand rails around the Grand Canyon keeping your far from the edge in the early 1900s and it makes for a theme in the photography of perching on the edge.  Pulled from the New York Public Library digital collection.

Put the Blame on Mame

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Whether you blame the cow or not, there is no doubt the city of Chicago we know today rose from the ashes of this tragedy.  Image shared from Eastlake Victorian.

The Wazir of Wham

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Arms akimbo in a jaunty pose we have the sultan of swat himself: Babe Ruth.  This image from the Vangobot.

The Comical Writer

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Okay, so this is trolling EBay for stereo cards, but this was the first card I have seen of Mark Twain and his Family.

You Spin Me

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I’m an addict for the Memory Palace.  And I was lucky to find some examples of the World’s first Ferris Wheel from the Columbian Exposition to go with this wonderful podcast.

A Good Hair Day for the Great Emancipator

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Who knew the Rail Splitter could be so fashion forward with his hair?   Via the Library of Congress Flickr Stream.

A Sweet Ride

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Because when I think Central Park, I think goat carts.  Images from the Robert N. Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views at the New York Public Library.

Shine On

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 Let’s step away from Wikipedia and Wikimedia and look to the National Museum of American History.  These images were taken two years before From the Earth to the Moon was published.  I’m sure being able to see the moon as the sphere it is for the first time was quite inspiring.

Can I Get a Hand Here?

The Statue of Liberty's Torch

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This famous flame enlightened the Centennial Exposition in 1876.  Then it went back to Paris to come back with the rest of Lady Liberty.