Alfred Eisenstaed - Le Baiser de la victoire (1945)
Les stars enfants : c’est pas toujours glam
Hillary Clinton (She wanted to be President when she grew up).
why do i find apush memes so amusing? Mr. Parks defs had this on one of his powerpoints
[Mystère #33] Walter Frederick Morrison, inventeur du Frisbee
Walter Fredick "Fred" Morrison was an American inventor and entrepreneur, best known as the inventor of the Frisbee.
Everybody loves Alexander Graham Bell, right? He’s the guy who made modern telecommunication possible. Oh, wait, I meant to say he’s the guy who made modern telecommunication. He is a classic example of American ingenuity, tenacity, and altruism. And he had a sweet beard. But, as with many historica
U.S. BUSINESS / PHILANTHROPY. Andrew Carnegie (1835 - 1919) c.1905. He was a Scottish American industrialist who led the enormous expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century. After retiring in 1901 at the age of 66 as the world's richest man, Andrew Carnegie wanted to become a philanthropist, a person who gives money to good causes. He believed in the "Gospel of Wealth," which meant that wealthy people were morally obligated to give their money back to others in…
Des accidents à l'ancienne
New York City, c.1942, The SS. Normandie capsized after going up in flames in New York Harbour
John D. Rockefeller(1839 - 1937) raised himself up to become the richest man in the history of the world. At one point, he possessed the equivalent of $1 trillion dollars today's money -- and there were no income taxes then. He started as a bookkeeper, went into groceries and eventually bought refineries & oil wells, which became Standard Oil. For awhile he owned almost all the oil fields & facilities in America. He spent the last 40 years of his life supporting charities and good causes.