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LIFE
Sharon Tate in London, 1968. Photo: Bill Ray ti.me/1CdzS8E pic.twitter.com/T8Pm6V2ssO
A child at an event of the National Organization for Non-Parents, 1972. Photo: Ralph Crane ti.me/1OmLzfM pic.twitter.com/3DZHOWgtSS
Shot from the landmark @LIFE photo essay "Country Doctor," 1948. Photo: W. Eugene Smith ti.me/1vH9JaB pic.twitter.com/WNiWPUBy8G
See the last 48 hours of the Vietnam War in photos. Photo: Corbis ti.me/1GTYJSs pic.twitter.com/GZKYRz0TRD
A young couple near the Imperial Palace in Japan, 1959. Photo: John Dominis ti.me/16V0Cyq pic.twitter.com/zSFJN7H4zh
From the May 15, 1950 cover story, Beach Fashion: Two-Piece vs. One-Piece. The bathing suit at left is made of men's cotton handkerchiefs with knots at the side of the trunks. The one-piece was winning in 1950. (Nina Leen—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #fashionfriday
Anita, June and Helen Carter sing together at home, 1941. Photo: Eric Schaal ti.me/1E9e415 pic.twitter.com/dC5Xb9Lc99
Elton John with his mom Sheila and her husband Fred, in London, 1970. Photo: John Olson ti.me/1BuFNFs pic.twitter.com/lbFEq6hpRr
A polar bear underwater at a London zoo, 1967. Photo: Terence Spencer ti.me/1HtAjPF pic.twitter.com/i7btjdBHuy
Margaret Bourke-White atop the Chrysler Building in NYC, 1931. Photo: Time Life Pictures ti.me/1McMK06 pic.twitter.com/G4bHfLGBXi
Robert F. Kennedy eats breakfast with his family, 1964. Photo: George Silk ti.me/1HuBKME pic.twitter.com/IeDiLmgLbX
In September 1946, LIFE magazine declared Jeanne Crain one of Hollywood's most talented young stars. This image of her in a bubble bath ran on the cover, 9/30/1946. (Peter Stackpole—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #tbt #throwbackthursday #LIFElegends
Foodland supermarket, Hawaii, 1959. Photo: Ralph Crane ti.me/1AAMKll pic.twitter.com/ZIEsSis8VY
This man at an IRS information center in 1944 just looks...sad. #TaxDay Photo: Eisenstaedt ti.me/1bQJNHC pic.twitter.com/GJa9oLBZcT
Greta Garbo, who died on this day in 1990, on LIFE's cover in 1955. (LIFE Magazine) ti.me/1CuJwji pic.twitter.com/0QOLPy107s
Remembering the liberation of Bergen-Belsen, 70 years ago today. Photo: George Rodger ti.me/1DX5LFy pic.twitter.com/Np8Jwp1HRc
Today is #JackieRobinsonDay, celebrating Robinson's MLB debut in 1947. Photo: Allan Grant ti.me/1H8oSf4 pic.twitter.com/zTcVaI153O
"Safe for moment under chair, Rudy (the Mexican Dachshund) waits apprehensively for another attack by Trudy, the Panamanian dive bomber" - LIFE magazine, 9/23/1946. (Frank Scherschel—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #wildLIFEwednesdays
This mummy was shown at carnivals as the body of John Wilkes Booth. Photo: William Vandivert ti.me/1DHmkmJ pic.twitter.com/ZjpPAoTauf
Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" was published on this day in 1939. Photo: Peter Stackpole ti.me/1ygUbTu pic.twitter.com/ZKSb08Cr5p
On this day in 1969, Barbra Streisand won an Oscar for "Funny Girl." Photo Bill Eppridge ti.me/1ysFPNm pic.twitter.com/qTsDKsS36s
The Black Sunday storm on 4/14/1935 was one of the worst of the Dust Bowl. Photo: Eisenstaedt ti.me/1CNpGDY pic.twitter.com/LOriZa9r0O
On #EqualPayDay, a portrait of a working mother in 1956. Photo: Grey Villet ti.me/1JDuM7g pic.twitter.com/Kv015xAOxP
How the Secret Service stayed fit for the job in the 1960s. Photo: Stan Wayman ti.me/1DeligE pic.twitter.com/EoZtwpeCfx
On #EqualPayDay, a glimpse into a two-working-parent household in 1956. Photo: Grey Villet ti.me/1JDuM7g pic.twitter.com/1Ie1OYA2rU