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Tommy Tucker the squirrel, all dressed up and ready to go out. Photo: Nina Leen
A brief history of briefs. Below, Mr. Eastwood, '55. Photo: John Kobal Foundation-Getty Images
Groucho Marx, master of espionage, 1946. Photo: Bob Landry
Young man aboard an American warship in Pearl Harbor, early 1942.Photo: Bob Landry
During the winter of 1952, LIFE Magazine took a closer look at the Adamses - a family snowbound in the Great Plains. Pictured here is Sharon Adams, 10, playing in a big snow pile with her cat safely perched on her head. (A.Y. Owen—The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images) #wildLIFEwednesday
Dancers strut their stuff at the Moulin Rouge in Paris, late 1950s. Photo: Loomis Dean
Remembering Chaffee, White & Grissom on the anniversary of the Apollo 1 fire Photo:Ralph Morse
Caption from LIFE: "She is dripping wet--and wiser." Photo: Nina Leen
Oswego, NY got so much snow in 1958 that the mayor got around by dog sled. Photo: Carl Mydans
Remembering Buchenwald on Holocaust Remembrance Day. Photo: Margaret Bourke-White
Debbie Reynolds, the multi-talented actress received a long overdue recognition at the SAG Awards this past Sunday. Pictured here in a 1950 cover-try for LIFE Magazine. (Loomis Dean—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends
These mannequins barely survived a 1955 nuclear test in Nevada. Photo: Loomis Dean
"Country Doctor" is one of the most celebrated photo essays ever made. Photo: W. Eugene Smith
See 37 of the very best photos ever published in LIFE. Photo: J.R. Eyerman
In 1958, a storm dumped more than 6 feet of snow on upstate New York. Photo: Carl Mydans
it might seem snowy here in NYC, but seriously, 6 feet of snow in 1958.… (photo: Carl Mydans)
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Reds, a kidnapped Irish Setter, is reunited with Kelly Ann, age 6. Photo: Stan Wayman
LIFE described Debbie Reynolds as "bouncy as a kitten on a living room rug."Photo: Loomis Dean
"Bouncing Putty: Made of coal, sand, oil and brine, new silicone has freak properties" - LIFE Magazine, January 29, 1945. (Gjon Mili—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #thisweekinLIFE
"She moves, she wriggles, and her clothes are as often off as on." Photo: Loomis Dean
The Great Blizzard of '47 didn't keep these New Yorkers off the streets Photo: Michael Rougier
Let's compare tonight's #MissUniverse fashion choices to the ones in 1953. Photo: George Silk
Winston Churchill and a four-month-old thoroughbred filly (officially unnamed, but called "Darling" by Churchill), Chartwell, Kent, 1950. (Mark Kauffman—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends
Bill Ray said photographing Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski in '68 "was like a dream sequence."