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Ham the astrochimp after his historic 1961 suborbital flight. See more photos:
Apollo 1 astronauts Roger Chaffee, Ed White and Gus Grissom in 1967. See more photos:
See photos from the early days of @NASA's Project Mercury:
See photos of the first American in space:
Read sex advice for 1960s teens from Ann Landers
From a 1964 story on endangered species: "Hilda, the 15-year-old grande dame of Detroit's bears, cradles her latest set of twins, her fourth pair. These 25-pound youngsters, both females, have been promised to the Sydney zoo in Australia." (Nina Leen—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #wildLI
A look back at the @CHANEL suits that made a splash in the early 1960s
See photos from behind the scenes of 'Spartacus' in 1959:
In honor of #WorldSpaceWeek, see what Apollo 11's liftoff looked like:
In honor of today's @CHANEL show, see the best of the fashion house during the early 1960s:
The movie 'Spartacus' was released in New York City on this day in 1960
Unpublished portrait of Grace Kelly from 1953. (Loomis Dean—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends
How Oktoberfest was celebrated in the 1960s
On #WorldTeachersDay, see photos that show how hard teachers have always worked
See photos of Julie Andrews' early career:
Gary Cooper appeared on the cover of the October 7, 1940 issue of LIFE magazine - 75 years ago this week. His new film "The Westerner" was the movie of the week. (Peter Stackpole—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #thisweekinLIFE #LIFElegends
Celebrate #WorldTeachersDay with these vintage photos:
John Loengard's 1967 portrait of Georgia O'Keeffe captures the artist's dignity
14-year-old Barney Lee, who was sentenced to life in prison, in 1941. See more:
Marlon Brando gets serious for a portrait in 1952. See more photos:
Hillary Rodham in Illinois, 1969. See more photos of @HillaryClinton:
Sophia Loren, 1969. See more photos:
A scene at Cannes, 1962. See more photos:
See photos from atomic bomb tests in 1946:
President John Kennedy signs autographs during a visit to Ireland in 1963. See more:

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