11. A thin flat TV screen (only 4 inches thick) with automatic timed recording for TV shows is the wave of the future shown at the Home Furnishings Market in Chicago, Illinois, on June 21, 1961.
12. Steve and Charlie Utter at the grave of Wild Bill Hickok, Mount Moriah Cemetery, Deadwood, Dakota Territory, August 1876.
13. Nurse showing newspaper headline about Polio Vaccine to a man on chest respirator due to polio, 1955.
14. A 20-year-old Nancy Pelosi poses with JFK at the Democratic Convention, Circa 1962.
15. A Yamabushi (Buddhist Warrior Monk) poses while donning armor and traditional robes, Japan, 1895.
16. Alcohol being dumped, after being discovered by Prohibition agents during a raid on an illegal distiller,Detroit, Dec 10, 1929.
17. The Italian liner Rex arriving in New York in the 1930s.
In August 1933 she won the Blue Riband as the fastest ship to cross the Atlantic at the average speed of 28.92 knots, beating SS Bremen’s previous record of 27.92 knots. This would be later beaten by SS Normandie with 29.98 kn.
18. President John F. Kennedy trying a space glove on while stood next him is John Glenn who explains the functions of the glove, 1962.
19. Margaret Gorman, the first Miss America, 1921.
20. Celebrating the New Years during the Civil War, between 1861 and 1866.