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On Edwin Hubble's 125th birthday, see 33 of Ron Miller's mind-blowing works of "space art." ti.me/1An8GnK pic.twitter.com/m2JcVaYoJw
"Amid screams of delight and roaring wheels, customers at Riverview Park in Chicago have been taking frightened pleasure of a ride called "Flying Cars." LIFEMagazine - July 1954 (Francis Miller—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #tbt #throwbackthursday
Photos of Robert F. Kennedy on the anniversary of his birthday (Pic: George Silk) ti.me/11FVpIV pic.twitter.com/X1ZsA6Rr9I
A boy and his dog: A portrait of friendship (Myron Davis) ti.me/1tNnsku #wildLIFEwednesday pic.twitter.com/icPb9HkrNp
Introducing Puffy the Screech Owl - who was featured on a show produced by the Boston Museum of Science in 1949. (Yale Joel—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #wildLIFEwednesday
See LIFE's first-ever cover story: Building the Fort Peck Dam, 1936 (Margaret Bourke-White) ti.me/1wXavFg pic.twitter.com/8f7si7n8wz
This is what the sound -- or rather the silence -- of WWI's ceasefire "looked" like. ti.me/14GgCna pic.twitter.com/OkAhVYS9ax
Photos of Charles Manson and his "family" during the cult leader's trial in 1969. ti.me/14EHq7k pic.twitter.com/7wchgqRQ4I
New from LIFE Books, an "illustrated biography" of the one and only Tony Bennett: bit.ly/tonybennettSPL… pic.twitter.com/LsgUvhHrdZ
Alan Shepard (born Nov. 18, 1923) striding toward the Mercury launch pad to become the first American in space in 1961. (Ralph Morse—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends
The first American in Space, Alan Shepard was born today, Nov. 18 1923. See more classic pics ti.me/1iPQNpB pic.twitter.com/Pa7jo6Mbsu
Photos of Jane Fonda on the set of the cult classic, 'Barbarella.' (Pic: Carlo Bavagnoli). ti.me/14AXSTn pic.twitter.com/p4sbhIycz1
Peter Stackpole: A celebration, in pictures, of the great LIFE Magazine photographer's career ti.me/11vyjV2 pic.twitter.com/IqgMtJ66Vl
75 years ago this week, LIFE Magazine published a feature story on Alfred Hitchcock: "Englands Biggest Director Goest to Hollywood" - pictured here with his wife Alma, daughter Patricia and their dogs Edward IX and Mr. Jenkins. (Peter Stackpole—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #thisweekinLI
LIFE visited the set of 'A Streetcar Named Desire' in 1947 - see more: ti.me/1y4cxl6 (photo: Eliot Elisofon) pic.twitter.com/jM4vQSJAZM
Photos of Gene Kelly creating a ballet at the Paris Opera in 1960. (Pic: Loomis Dean) ti.me/MQzXrt #ballet pic.twitter.com/zDzTkKferV
10 of LIFE's most memorable covers -- incl. WWII-era steelworker Ann Zarik in 1943. ti.me/1jEe2Bf pic.twitter.com/9wuGNSvDGO
Gold miners in Johannesburg, South Africa - 1950. (Margaret Bourke-White—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
LIFE with Zsa Zsa Gabor: See rare photos by Ed Clark from 1951 ti.me/1yFyRSr #LIFElegends pic.twitter.com/Y5QVEI2b73
Photos of 40 essential artists. Georgia O'Keeffe by John Loengard, 1967 (b. Nov 15, 1887) ti.me/1wC9Nv1 pic.twitter.com/DAoq1aSUOZ
From the March 1, 1968 LIFE cover story - Georgia O'Keeffe in New Mexico: Stark visions of a pioneer painter" - a stunning portrait of the artist on the anniversary of her birth (b. Nov. 15, 1887) (John Loengard—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends
Black and White portraits of the city of light from 1946 (pic: Ed Clark) ti.me/1pZ079K pic.twitter.com/OQgZ6FWY6Y
Fall fashion flashback from 1938 by the great Alfred Eisenstaedt ti.me/1sNvkwX pic.twitter.com/itfigk45Zd
Vintage, dreamlike photos made behind the scenes at Paramount Pictures (Pic: Henry Groskinsky) ti.me/X9eGcE pic.twitter.com/WltJXGjuHR
See more great portraits by LIFE Magazine's great chronicler of Hollywood, Allan Grant: ti.me/1wsAxQc pic.twitter.com/CZI46eYffg