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See rare photos from the set of a holiday classic ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’
See good-for-nothing gifts from back in the day:
See photos from a 1948 wedding where the bride and bridesmaids wore turkey-feather dresses
This image of the Fort Peck Dam in Montana appeared on the cover of the first issue of LIFE - published 79 years ago this week, November 23, 1936. (Margaret Bourke-White—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #thisweekinLIFE
LIFE looks back at the day-to-day lives of first-year Rockettes from decades past
Turkeys with halters in 1954. See more photos:
A look back at the Rockettes, as the Radio City Christmas Spectacular kicks off once again
Why one bride walked down the aisle in turkey feathers
How a Texas woman turned to tools of the lingerie trade to dress her turkeys
See photos from auditions for the original 'Addams Family' television show:
A fashionable woman walking her pet chihuahua in the snow-covered village of St. Moritz, Switzerland - 1947. (Alfred Eisenstaedt—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
The circled frame on Hank Walker's contact sheet includes the famous photo of JFK and RFK
When JFK and Jackie were style icons
Presidential candidate JFK with RFK during Democratic National Convention, 1960. See more:
JFK signs Alfred Eisenstaedt's autograph book in the oval office, 1962. See more:
John F. Kennedy was assassinated on this day in 1963. See more photos of the politician:
See LSD-inspired photos from the 1960s psychedelic art movement:
Pablo Picasso in minotaur mask, Côte d'Azur, 1949. See more photos:
See photos of Steve McQueen in 1963:
How one of today's top trends caused a 1970s fashion war
Happy National Adoption Day!
How Hank Walker captured the famous photo of JFK and RFK in 1960:
Introducing the TIME Shop: Browse a collection of iconic photographs from the LIFE Archive
Robert F. Kennedy was born on this day in 1925. See more photos:
National Adoption Day is tomorrow

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