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Grace Kelly: Rare Portraits of a Star (Loomis Dean) | ti.me/PqiC4J #LIFElegends pic.twitter.com/gwm9YbmbfA
Grace Kelly studying her script for her role of Georgie on the set of "The Country Girl" in 1954. (Ed Clark—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends
UFO's: In praise of readily identified but very unusual flying objects (Bernard Hoffman) | ti.me/14zYplX pic.twitter.com/wAHUzhHkDA
If these hands could talk…the hand of a ranch foreman at Whistle Mills, Arizona, 1970. (John Loengard—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
Revisiting the Ultra-Cool 'New York Look' of 1969 (Vernon Merritt III) | ti.me/1rTi6yA #fashionfriday pic.twitter.com/0zRC7ecw3l
W. Eugene Smith's Landmark Photo Essay: 'Spanish Village' | ti.me/1h3fLLe pic.twitter.com/2w8foa1tN6
How The Star-Spangled Banner became the U.S. national anthem ti.me/Zh2JsM
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Givenchy: Rare and Classic Photos From a Fashionable Life (Nat Farbman) | ti.me/1uz1aRK #fashionfriday pic.twitter.com/0Fe8re2uVD
Remembering the great Johnny Cash -- the Voice of America (Pic: Michael Rougier): ti.me/RI58GB pic.twitter.com/SN14TSJLoS
Classic photos from JFK's and Jackie's Sept. 12, 1953, wedding (Pic: Lisa Larsen): ti.me/1qPxSwz pic.twitter.com/3SrGUaos9n
For the first time in history - 1949 - a new kind of bra will be made available. Called a Poses (pronounced pose-ease), these strapless, wireless and backless cups are held on by a thin but strong adhesive around the rims. Invented by Charles L. Langs, a Detroit industrialist and featured in LIFE Ma
'LIFE at Lascaux, 1947: The First Color Photos From Another World' (Pic: Ralph Morse): ti.me/1vrrDjY pic.twitter.com/oBNHcsfDVv
Portraits of New York Before 9/11 (George Forss/Park Slope Gallery) | ti.me/1fQ2nj0 pic.twitter.com/ss7em3Kp45
Lower Manhattan's Lost Anchors: Remembering the Twin Towers (Alfred Eisenstaedt) | ti.me/1uxuvfe pic.twitter.com/1ZkYl4JPnW
LIFE at the Birth of the Pentagon, 1941 (Myron Davis) | ti.me/1rNe7Ue pic.twitter.com/fMua5uJFgl
Aboard the Staten Island Ferry with the Twin Towers rising in the background, 1971. (Nina Leen—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
Classic photos of Lower Manhattan, before the #WTC. Beautiful, beloved city. ti.me/PmIe65 | #NeverForget pic.twitter.com/QrGEGbxIAm
Great photos from Prohibition-era speakeasies in NYC (Margaret Bourke-White) | ti.me/1uIyzIV pic.twitter.com/cpcBKWfXsM
NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman is the Best Space Photographer of Our Time: shrd.by/hfZcTE
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A classic LIFE photo essay from 1948: 'Career Girl' (Leonard McCombe) | ti.me/1rGPS9Y pic.twitter.com/f1TgettyIP
Princeton Hoofers: LIFE Goes to a Charleston Dance Contest, 1949 (Martha Holmes) | ti.me/1pP5maw pic.twitter.com/xZupWuzz4Y
Why was the LIFE logo excluded from this cover? The rooster knows: ti.me/1qikP9f #wildlifewednesday pic.twitter.com/qzAh9dQvLz
For your #wildLIFEwednesday - here is Jimmy, the roller-skating horse! (Joe Scherschel) | ti.me/1sSCCDk pic.twitter.com/bW2SPPrECL
PHOTOS: Dramatic rescue scenes from floods in Pakistan and India ti.me/WGC8n6 Photo: Dar Yasin—AP pic.twitter.com/vhUzw7I1ia
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"Lucky today wears natty straw hat and faces the camera with perfect aplomb in her movie debut as the star of The Lost Dog." - LIFE Magazine, May 1955. This lucky pup was rescued by staff photographer Nina Leen and went on to be a canine star. (Nina Leen—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) @wi
'In Limbo Between War and Peace: A Vietnam Veteran Comes Home' (Pic: John Olson): ti.me/1sdFHxO pic.twitter.com/ebNT7JVY8A
5 things you might not know about Dr. Seuss ti.me/1tmEv9f
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LIFE With Bardot: Rare and Classic Photos of the Original 'Sex Kitten' (Ralph Crane) ti.me/YtylLL pic.twitter.com/SYZ4c4rzKr
Behind the Picture: 'The American Way' and the Flood of 1937 (Margaret Bourke-White) | ti.me/1qcDDGU pic.twitter.com/epRZ5mfRLZ
Stars Behind Bars: LIFE with the Prisonaires (Robert W. Kelley) | ti.me/1CNpX9i pic.twitter.com/ha3JXPgV8n
Today in history: California became the 31st state. Here from 1950, California Youth | ti.me/1mAJUZz pic.twitter.com/cljmBHNRFb
Brigitte Bardot during the filming of Viva Maria, 1965. (Ralph Crane—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends
'How to Fool a Racist Mob: Lesson 1': A photographer's story (Pic: Joe Scherschel, 1956) | ti.me/1xzVV91 pic.twitter.com/X3PYQYY04D
One of the most infamous political ads in history aired 50 years ago this week ti.me/1q8Fewm ow.ly/i/6OKUE
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Gateway to a New World: Rare Photos From Ellis Island (Alfred Eisenstaedt) | ti.me/1pH9ysW pic.twitter.com/n2u71MXA94
A Bear Grows in Brooklyn: Portraits of Rosie, A Furry Star of the 40's (Tony Linck) | ti.me/1rulRdo pic.twitter.com/ttIJY1Mu3U
'Richard Nixon Has His Tie Adjusted, and Likes It.' (Pic: Alfred Eisenstaedt) | ti.me/1ufqjBI pic.twitter.com/5sPHvdzAQB
Remembering 'The Few': Photos of the RAF Pilots Who Saved England, 1940 (William Vandivert) | ti.me/1we2NEF pic.twitter.com/hueRYV5JBU
Teenage Wasteland: Portraits of Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964 (Michael Rougier) | ti.me/1pH6OeW pic.twitter.com/C0GqQ0YxFc
50 years ago this week, LIFE published its special issue on Japan. Included was Michael Rougier's epic photo essay "The Young Rebellion." See more on the Japanese Teenagers of 1964 on LIFE.com. (Michael Rougier —The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #thisweekinLIFE
Remembering the Rolling Stones when they were young ... and dangerous (Pic: John Loengard): ti.me/1CIYMwz pic.twitter.com/tdGf6PiiHV
Miss America 1945: Photos From the Old-School Jersey Shore (Alfred Eisenstaedt) | ti.me/1uc4Idw pic.twitter.com/abONtiEctb
The winner of the 1945 Miss America pageant, 21-year-old Bess Myerson of New York. See more old-school Jersey Shore photos where the 1945 contest was held. (Alfred Eisenstaedt—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
These mannequins were designed to look like John and Jackie Kennedy. Yikes. (Pic: Yale Joel) ti.me/1ubRugH pic.twitter.com/ZbEtjar35i
School's back in session. Here's the science teacher you wish you had. (Pic: Yale Joel): ti.me/UWjAYM pic.twitter.com/ZTj5Zwfgmj
See classic pics of writer, burlesque legend Gypsy Rose Lee on the road w/ her family in '49: ti.me/XsnzER pic.twitter.com/OC3FSZriPV
"Walking Your Chicken in Paris With Style: A Pictorial Guide." You're welcome: ti.me/1uGK9bB pic.twitter.com/KVrJG1xLD7
From the September 30, 1946 issue of LIFE Magazine - the cover image of Jeanne Crain taking a bubble bath from the film "Maggie" (Peter Stackpole—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)