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LIFE
Rita Moreno remembers her time as a LIFE magazine cover girl: ti.me/1CJCsjZ pic.twitter.com/Cup391SJ9J
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Tom Seaver, pitcher for the '69 "Amazin' Mets" ti.me/1dxBKzG pic.twitter.com/M6Fei4TyFZ
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The skeleton of a pygmy armadillo. See more lovely bones from the 1950s: ti.me/1It80RH pic.twitter.com/yXikWaRiWQ
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See color photos of a 24-year-old Jim Morrison in New York. ti.me/1JwSFAP pic.twitter.com/uqAn5XHdNZ
Not sure what to wear to the beach this weekend? Perhaps take a note from this 1958 fashion shoot full of fun stripes. (Gordon Parks—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #fashionfriday
See photos from one of the most admired and controversial LIFE photo essays : ti.me/1BYnvzz pic.twitter.com/FfUwBeWTwH
See photos of Steve McQueen, the King of Cool in 1963. ti.me/1LHUlbd pic.twitter.com/dXa50gl3ef
Photos from 'Operation Crossroads' in July 1946 - Bikini Atoll. ti.me/1NvMLib pic.twitter.com/NXrWt2EL5D
See photos of a performance-art "cult" in Cape Cod in 1948. ti.me/1BYpfce pic.twitter.com/OEWjlGaPAw
‘Two Lives Lost to Heroin': A Harrowing, Early Portrait of Addicts: ti.me/1LHSCTk pic.twitter.com/FR94pPFMfl
Steve McQueen with Bud Ekins, his friend and stuntman for The Great Escape, 1963. ti.me/1NvNcJe pic.twitter.com/yF7rdawj0D
See photos made during the July 1946 atomic blasts at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific. ti.me/1BYpRyu pic.twitter.com/KLU1STHn1e
A Cape Cod waitress expresses Activationist joy in 1948. See more: ti.me/1NvLzv3 pic.twitter.com/qtTi4colBr
A young couple share a watermelon on the beach in San Diego, 1948. (Allan Grant—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #tbt #throwbackthursday
See the best vintage photos of people stuffing their faces with hot dogs. ti.me/1Nz4DrG pic.twitter.com/KpCJNLcWoQ
See photos from one of the most memorable adaptations of Alice in Wonderland. ti.me/1JAjEJa pic.twitter.com/5nOdxER5aA
Korean War orphan Kang Koo Ri, dubbed "The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Smile," in 1951. ti.me/1BRxpTx pic.twitter.com/2tlyBcLUEU
Eddie Cuevas, president of the Reapers gang, with his girlfriend Yvette, South Bronx, 1972. ti.me/1RMSdO3 pic.twitter.com/YGMqfVRONS
Marlon Brando poses for a LIFE Magazine cover shoot in 1952, though the cover photo never ran. ti.me/1NqxHlU pic.twitter.com/IQSCBOJ7fI
Mail carrier Clifford Bodine stops to smile for a photo on his route in Michigan, 1955. ti.me/1NqxiQd pic.twitter.com/jV2YWtI1Ih
Korean War orphan Kang Koo Ri in a 1951 article called “The Little Boy Who Wouldn’t Smile.” ti.me/1g3oKUs pic.twitter.com/V38gM3oWg7
Members of the Reapers gang pay their respects to a murdered member of a neighboring gang. ti.me/1g3ocxK pic.twitter.com/ugin0K0pMR
Marlon Brando gets serious for a portrait in 1952. ti.me/1HtGVP6 pic.twitter.com/e94jcXYhC3
On July 1, 1971, the U.S. Postal Service was established as an independent service. ti.me/1dt3pBT pic.twitter.com/ACsky0Mza2
In honor of #MagicMikeXXL, advice from the 1930s on how a man should strip.time.com/3916313/man-un… pic.twitter.com/3bTBtmUkm2




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