1. ‘One small step’ – First footprint on the moon by Neil Armstrong

    ‘One small step’ – First footprint on the moon by Neil Armstrong

  2. 1798: Pierre Testu-Brissy horseback balloonist

    1798: Pierre Testu-Brissy horseback balloonist

  3. Aftermath of a boiler explosion on a railway locomotive circa 1850

    Aftermath of a boiler explosion on a railway locomotive circa 1850

  4. 1890: Man riding a goat

    1890: Man riding a goat

  5. Ca. 1510 – 1513: “A cloudburst of material posessions” Leonardo Da Vinci

    Ca. 1510 – 1513: “A cloudburst of material posessions” Leonardo Da Vinci

  6. 1951: Air raid precautions for pets

    1951: Air raid precautions for pets

  7. 1953: IBM electric Typewriters “really speak your language”

    1953: IBM electric Typewriters “really speak your language”

  8. 1922: Typing in the shower

    1922: Typing in the shower

  9. Coca-Cola “Revives and Sustains” ad from 1906

    Coca-Cola “Revives and Sustains” ad from 1906

  10. The Citroen Karin, 1980

    The Citroen Karin, 1980

  11. Citroen Karin, 1980

    Citroen Karin, 1980

  12. Beautiful retro futuristic car. The Citroen Karin from 1980

    Beautiful retro futuristic car. The Citroen Karin from 1980

  13. 1911: Sitting in the Willamette Meteorite

    1911: Sitting in the Willamette Meteorite

  14. Southern tip of Manhattan. c. 1931. Note that the Cities Service Building (now known as the American International Building), which would become lower Manhattan’s tallest building in 1932, is only partially completed.

    Southern tip of Manhattan. c. 1931. Note that the Cities Service Building (now known as the American International Building), which would become lower Manhattan’s tallest building in 1932, is only partially completed.

  15. San Francisco after the great earthquake. April, 1906.

    San Francisco after the great earthquake. April, 1906.

  16. The Hindenburg flies past the Empire State Building over Manhattan on August 8, 1936, en-route to Lakehurst, New Jersey, from Germany. [991×730]

    The Hindenburg flies past the Empire State Building over Manhattan on August 8, 1936, en-route to Lakehurst, New Jersey, from Germany. [991×730]

  17. 1964: 50th Anniversary of the Belgian Grand Prix F1

    1964: 50th Anniversary of the Belgian Grand Prix F1

  18. 1885: J. O. Lose’s patent unicycle

    1885: J. O. Lose’s patent unicycle

  19. 1920: Women’s Wand Class

    1920: Women’s Wand Class

  20. 1969: Policeman in drag New York

    1969: Policeman in drag New York

  21. 1850: Behind the sofa

    1850: Behind the sofa

  22. MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, looking west from the east river, July 1944

    MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, looking west from the east river, July 1944

  23. Steel worker Carl Russell sits at 1,222 feet (400 meters) on top of a steel beam casually waving to the cameraman, who risks his life climbing into a crane to be able to make this photo. Empire State Building, 18 september 1930.

    Steel worker Carl Russell sits at 1,222 feet (400 meters) on top of a steel beam casually waving to the cameraman, who risks his life climbing into a crane to be able to make this photo. Empire State Building, 18 september 1930.

  24. Plan of New York, 1781

    Plan of New York, 1781

  25. c. 1874: The aquarium at the circus

    c. 1874: The aquarium at the circus

  26. 1909: Cat photographer

    1909: Cat photographer

  27. 1913: Robes et femmes

    1913: Robes et femmes

  28. Map of Disneyland right before it opened in 1955

    Map of Disneyland right before it opened in 1955

  29. Annette Kellerman promotes women’s right to wear a fitted one-piece bathing. She was arrested for indecency. (1907)

    Annette Kellerman promotes women’s right to wear a fitted one-piece bathing. She was arrested for indecency. (1907)

  30. Queen Marie of Romania, late 1890.

    Queen Marie of Romania, late 1890.

  31. Two men riding in the three wheeled German made Messerschmidt, 1954 by Ralph Crane.

    Two men riding in the three wheeled German made Messerschmidt, 1954 by Ralph Crane.

  32. Thomas Edison takes a nap under a tree while camping with President Harding in the Blue Ridge Mountains, July, 1921

    Thomas Edison takes a nap under a tree while camping with President Harding in the Blue Ridge Mountains, July, 1921

  33. The Zeppelin Hindenburg dirigible flying over Manhattan on the 1st of April 1936.

    The Zeppelin Hindenburg dirigible flying over Manhattan on the 1st of April 1936.