28.  Showgirls (1950s)


An insight into Showgirls in the 50s!

29. Jean Bugatti (1932)


Jean Bugatti, the French automotive designer and engineer, seen with the Bugatti Royale ‘Esders’ Roadster.

30. Mae West (1930)


She was an American actress, singer, playwright, screenwriter and sex symbol.

31. Bobbi Gibb (1966)


Bobbi Gibb, snuck into the Boston Marathon race dressed as a man because women were denied entry and she went down in history!

32. Grand Canyon Diorama (1958)


1958 Opening of the Grand Canyon Diorama at Disneyland Park!

33. Elvis (1956)


Elvis at his first RCA Victor recording session in Nashville.

34. Sigmund Freud


Sigmund Freud was an Austrian neurologist and the father of psychoanalysis. He’s one of the most famous psychologists ever.

35. Malcom X (1964)

Portrait of American political activist and radical civil rights leader Malcolm X (1925 - 1965) as he holds an 8mm movie camera in London Airport, London, England, July 9, 1964. Shortly after breaking his affiliation with the Nation of Islam, and just days after his formation of the Organization of Afro-American Unity (OAAU), Malcolm X was in London en route to Egypt to attend a meeting of the Organization of African Unity and to meet with the leaders of various African states. (Photo by Express Newspapers/Getty Images)

The human rights activist Malcom X at London Airport.

36. Helen Keller & Grace Coolidge (1926)


Helen Keller, the American author and political activist, meets First Lady Grace Coolidge.

37. William Randolph & Family (1904)


Newspaper publosher William Randolph Hearst with his wife, Millicent Willson and first son, Georg.

38. Frank Sinatra (1957)


Frank Sinatra is shown in a 1957 publicity portrait.