Here are this week’s interesting historical photos. For part 357, click here.
1. A father looking for his two missing sons that went missing during the Kosovo war in 1999.
2. Statue of Liberty towering over Paris just before it was disassembled and shipped to New York, in 1886.
3. Anne Frank, with her sister Margot at Zandvoort Beach, 1940.
4. First well-preserved carcass of a woolly mammoth was discovered in northeastern Siberia in 1977.
The 7-month-old baby, named Dima, died around 40,000 years ago.
5. Cats Blackie and Brownie catching squirts of milk during milking at Arch Badertscher’s dairy farm, Fresno, California, 1954.
6. Mugshot of Bertha Boronda, the woman who was arrested for cutting off her husband’s penis with a razor in 1907.
7. Vincas Juska, A Lithuanian book smuggler that transported language books into Lithuania proper circa the late 1800s.
8. Harper Lee and Truman Capote, 1960.
The authors had been childhood friends in Monroeville, Alabama.