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Times Square:New York circa "Longacre Square." Soon renamed "Times Square" after the recently completed New York Times Tower seen here. Flatiron Building, Chrysler Building, Vintage New York, Times Square, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Vintage Stuff

1904 - Longacre Square: 1904 "TIMES SQUARE, NY", New York, NY, US

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The Immaculate Reception is the nickname given to one of the most famous plays in the history of American football. It occurred in the AFC divisional playoff game between the Pittsburgh Steelers Raiders Team, Oakland Raiders Football, Pittsburgh Steelers Football, Go Steelers, Pittsburgh Sports, Football Baby, School Football, Pittsburgh Pirates, Steelers Stuff

Immaculate Reception

The Immaculate Reception. From the Oakland Raiders at Pittsburgh Steelers AFC playoff game, December 23, 1972.

How Deep Is Your Love / Bee Gees / on Billboard I remember taking my naps to this at my grandmas house! 1970s Music, Old Music, 45 Records, Vinyl Records, Rock And Roll Bands, Country Music Singers, Sing To Me, Oldies But Goodies, Vintage Music

How Deep Is Your Love / Bee Gees / #1 on Billboard 1977. I remember taking my naps to this at my grandmas house!!!

Vivien Leigh (right) and Olivia De Havilland (far left) — who played, respectively, Scarlett O’Hara and her romantic rival Melanie Hamilton — arrive with Leigh’s future husband Laurence Olivier (far right) and film investor Jock Whitney. Old Hollywood Glamour, Hollywood Actor, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Couples, Vivien Leigh, Lawrence Olivier, Gorgeous Movie, Olivia De Havilland

Remembering 'Gone With the Wind' at 75 and the Movie's Lavish, Troubling Atlanta Premiere

As 'Gone With the Wind' turns 75, we look back on the movie's Atlanta premiere in the thick of segregation.

For the love of Books.'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens. first edition, first issue, published by Chapman and Hall on 19 December Christmas Carol Book, Christmas Past, Christmas Books, Christmas Images, Great Books To Read, Good Books, My Books, Authors Point Of View, Writers And Poets

For the love of Books...'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens. first edition, first issue, published by Chapman and Hall on 19 December 1843.

Samuel "Sam" Cooke Cooke is considered to be one of the pioneers and founders of soul music and is commonly known as the King of Soul. Music Icon, Soul Music, My Music, Indie Music, Sam Cooke, Mississippi, Old School Music, Soul Singers, Out Of Touch

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer turns 75 Reindeer Names, Rudolph Red Nosed Reindeer, Rudolph The Red, It's December, Save The Day, Winter Collection, Christmas Ideas, Public, Bright

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer turns 75

The story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, a cultural icon that heralds the Christmas season, was first introduced to the American public in December 1939. The familiar plot: a young reindeer named Rudolph (a name that won out over Romeo, Rodney, and Reginald) endures teasing for his bright red shiny nose and exclusion from "reindeer games" and ultimately saves the day.

December University of Southern California halfback O. Simpson is awarded the Heisman Memorial Trophy by the widest margin in Heisman history. He is also selected United Press International Player of the Year. Oj Simpson, Johnny Manziel, Heisman Trophy, University Of Southern California, Usc Trojans, Athletic Clubs, Sports Pictures, College Football

December 5, 1968: University of Southern California halfback O.J. Simpson is awarded the Heisman Memorial Trophy by the widest margin in Heisman history. He is also selected United Press International Player of the Year.