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Dizzy Gillespie was born on this day in 1917. He was a brilliant instrumentalist and stylistic innovator.
In 1959, the Guggenheim museum opened. Its architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, wanted the world to notice his work.
Paris photographs: Black and white pictures of the City of Light in 1946
Mickey Mantle was born on this day in 1931. Here's a quick tour through The Mick's life—on the field and off.
What glee club looked like 60 years before 'Glee'
Bikinis, bunny ears and cowboy boots: LIFE with Hollywood pinups
The Beatles: Rare photos from the Fab Four's first U.S. Concert in 1964
K-Pop pioneers: The Kim sisters take America
See the work of Carl Mydans, one of @LIFE Magazine's first photographers
Adolf Hitler gets hexed: photos from a 'black magic' party in 1941
In 1968, the US Olympic Committee suspended Smith and Carlos for giving the “black power” salute at the Olympics
On this day in 1867, 150 years ago, the US took possession of Alaska after purchasing it from Russia
Rita Hayworth was born on this day in 1918. She could play comedy, dance, and was stellar in dramatic roles
Here are photos of the notorious Parisian theater that still feel remarkably graphic and brutal today
Montgomery Clift was born on this day in 1920. Here are photos of him and Elizabeth Taylor on set
Today is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Here are portraits from an Appalachian battleground
Cute, creepy teddy bears and the grown-ups who love them
The Mets won the World Series in 1969. Even people who weren't yet born "remember" that championship team
The Warsaw Ghetto was established in 1940. Here are color photos from Nazi-occupied Poland, 1939-1940
The Cuban Missile Crisis began on this day in 1962. Here are scenes from Guantanamo in the lead-up to a crisis
W. Eugene Smith: LIFE Magazine 1951 photo essay, 'Nurse Midwife'
Photographer W. Eugene Smith died on this day in 1978. Here's the story behind his landmark portrait
President Dwight D. Eisenhower was born on this day in 1890. Many wore pins, gloves, and clothing with "I Like Ike"
The lives—at work, at worship, at rest, at play—of sharecroppers on "the world's largest staple cotton plantation."
Bad-luck busters: Friday the 13th with the Anti-Superstition Society of Chicago. Here's how they spent the day
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