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Chicago Daily News, Inc. Date: 1915 Feb. SUMMARY Image of two boy scouts talking to two immigrant boys in the Italian district in Chicago, Illinois. The scouts were trying to recruit them for the Boy Scouts of America.

The Assassination Of President McKinley. On September 6, 1901, Czolgosz stood in line at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York to shake hands with President William McKinley. Czolgosz’s handkerchief hid a gun, and he pumped two bullets into McKinley’s chest. “Be careful how you tell my wife,” McKinley pleaded weakly.

History today September 1901 President William McKinley was shot twice extending a kind hand to anarchist Leon Czolgosz. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt became the U. President when McKinley died from his wounds on September

High School Fads, 1944 oh my gosh these are hilarious

Life Magazine is one of the most popular and longest running magazines. In Life Magazine wrote about what different hairdos mean about a girl’s relationship status. Bows were a big part of their hairdo.

Chicago Jazz Clubs, ca.1915-1930

sunset club in chicago in 1920 - Bing images

November 1908, North Carolina

boy on left is 10 and has worked 5 years. boy on right, works nights. Dan Biggerstaff and John Erwin by Lewis Hine

70th Anniversary of the First Atomic Bomb: The Trinity Nuclear Test - The Atlantic

70 Years Since Trinity: The Day the Nuclear Age Began

Complete destruction of a house located feet from ground zero, by an atomic blast on March at Yucca Flat at the Nevada Proving Ground.

chicago market.

Looking west on South Water Street, crowded with horse-drawn wagons and motor trucks filled with produce for market, Chicago, 1915

photograph of Girl Scouts. Activities and Play.  It was created in 1917 by Harris & Ewing.

Girl Scouting - Founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low to teach girls values such as honesty, fairness, courage, compassion, character and citizenship.

By Jacob Riis. 1890. Little Italy in New York.

Snapshot of life: A vegetable stand and the post office on 55 to 57 Mulberry Street, Little Italy, c. during NYC's Gilded Age.