11. The director of the Belgrade Zoo tries to convince Sami the chimpanzee to return home after he escaped, 1988.
12. Fidel Castro with Viet Cong, September 1973.
13. The only known photograph of South American liberator José de San Martín, 1848.
14. Nan Wood Graham and Dr. Byron McKeeby next to Grant Wood’s “American Gothic” in the Gallery at the Cedar Rapids Public Library, September 1942.
15. A Japanese boy “tagged for evacuation” to a Japanese internment camp, Salinas, California, in May 1942.
16. Lieutenant Commander Donald D. Sheppard, of Coronado, CA, aims a flaming arrow at a bamboo hut concealing a fortified Viet Cong bunker on the banks of the Bassac River, Vietnam, 8 December 1967.
17. These are the only two photographs of the US Supreme Court while in session, as cameras are banned.
The first photo was shot in 1932 by a German photographer named Erich Salomon. The second was shot in 1937 by an unnamed young woman.
18. Kyra Petrovskaya Soviet sniper girl and survivor of the Siege of Leningrad, 1945.
19. Twin Towers, Manhattan, 1978.
The photograph was taken by Louis Stettner.