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Pensive man with a pipe, Utah, 1947. Photo: Loomis Dean
Reflections in glass wall of Mies Van Der Rohe building, Chicago. Photo: Frank Scherschel
Meade Lux Lewis on piano with Jimmy Yancey in background, 1944. #JazzFest Photo: Hansel Mieth
Steam rising from the bed of the Waimakariri River in New Zealand, 1946. (George Silk—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #newzealand
A champion steer standing in a pasture, Scotland 1947. Photo: Hans Wild
Amateur ventriloquist Ann Phillips performing on "Talent Scouts," 1946. Photo: Cornell Capa
Happy #JazzFest! Here's Louis Armstrong in 1944. Photo: Hansel Mieth
"Glamor Dog," on LIFE's cover, April 3, 1944. (LIFE Magazine cover photo by Nina Leen)
See photos of the pristine Utah desert in 1947. Photo: Loomis Dean
The first Girl Scout, Daisy Gordon Lawrence, with a young Scout in 1948. Photo: Francis Miller
Legendary jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald was born today, April 25, 1917. Seen here singing at Mr. Kelly's nightclub in Chicago, 1958. (Yale Joel—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends
Steve McQueen and first wife Neile Adams in the California desert, 1963. Photo: John Dominis
Part of the beauty regimen at the Helena Rubinstein salon, 1937. Photo: Eisenstaedt
Original K-pop pioneers the Kim Sisters in 1960. Photo: Robert W. Kelley
Polio vaccine trials began on April 26, 1954. Here, a brave young volunteer. Photo: All Fenn
"The newest seashore accessories are bathing caps which have mask like faces decorating the back of the head. The caps are the invention of Betty Geib, a Long Island housewife, who originally made them to amuse her three children." In 1959, you could own one of these crazy caps for all of $3. (Ralph
Celebrate New Orleans #JazzFest with photos from the 1940s jazz scene. Photo: Marie Hansen
This shot, from an essay on teens, features a "sandwich girl" who wedges her way between boys
Dean Martin reads lines with Shirley MacLaine, 1958. Photo: Allan Grant
Actress Jane Powell with a feline friend, 1946. (LIFE Magazine - photo by Martha Holmes)
On this day in 1985, Coke changed its formula, to the dismay of many. Photo: Walter Sanders
Nineteen-year-old Pat McGee does a handstand on a skateboard in San Diego, California. This image appeared on the cover of LIFE magazine - May 14, 1965. (Bill Eppridge—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #TBT #throwbackthursday
See photos of the Utah desert and the people who lived there, 1947. Photo: Loomis Dean
Lucky the dog, who was rescued by @LIFE staffers and raised by Nina Leen. Photo: Nina Leen
Jayne Mansfield reads the newspaper with her pet Chihuahua, 1956. Photo: Peter Stackpole