Paul McCartney, 8, with his father on a day trip – 1950.
William Harley and Arthur Davidson, 1914 – The company was founded in 1903 and demand for motorcycles grew starting with WWI.
1960 : Elvis Presley playing a ducally on the beaches of Hawaii.
Gustave Eiffel – on the original spiral staircase of the Eiffel Tower, which he used to reach the summit during the inauguration in 1889.
Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia Romanov, the Grand Duchesses of Russia, in 1902.
Atlanta housewife Ann Cox Williams poses with the $12.50 worth of groceries that in 1947 fed her family of four for a week.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ consumer price index, this is equivalent to $135.63 in 2013.
1890’s : Workers of Canadian Pacific Railway pose for a photo, British Columbia
The Canadian Pacific Railway was founded in 1881. These trains were instrumental in the settlement and development of Western Canada. They are still actively running today.
1952 : Marilyn Monroe and a Russian Blue cat, Los Angeles
Such a mesmerizing picture. The origin of the Russian Blue cat is in Arkhangelsk, a city in Russia.
1933 : George Bernard Shaw at work in his Whitehall flat, London.
Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt
1911 : A man giving milk straight from the cow to a thirsty wallaby in Queensland, Australia
1915 : Theodore Roosevelt in a 1910 Mitchell model S with a Connecticut plate.
1902 : An Edwardian lady and her pet dog, Marseille.
June 1951 : Princess Elizabeth, aged 25, deputizes for her sick father at the “Trooping the Colour” ceremony.