A long, long time ago…

shutterstock_460530Sometimes you NEED to look at photographs and remember what is used to be like.  Enjoy!
Rush hour in Chicago,
1909
   
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The Titanic took off for its
last trip, full of dreams and promises, Ireland,
1912
  
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People queued for Al
Capone’s free coffee in Chicago, 1931
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Steven Spielberg gave the
world “Bruce”, the prop that was used to make “Jaws” in
1975
   
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The President shows Pele his
skills with a ball, Gerald R. Ford and Pelé,
1975
   
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Gorgeous picture of the
Earth, 1968

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People at Woodstock ,
1969
  
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You could get a Big Mac for
65 cents, 1970’s

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You got normal food and a
full meal on flights, 1958

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Remote controls were
cutting-edge technology, 1962
   
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Legends passed on their
legacies, Bruce Lee playing with his son Brandon,
1966
   
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The Golden Gate Bridge was
still under construction and looked like this,
1937
   
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Oranges were sold for just
one cent, 1942

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The Hollywood sign was still
the ‘Hollywoodland’ sign. The last four letters were removed in
1949
   
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This was the tallest
building in Paris, the Eiffel Tower under construction in the
1880’s
   
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NYC was a much less busy
city, 1908
   
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Charging your electric car
looked like this, 1905
   
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Roller skates were the hot
new thing but still needed a bit of work,
1910
   
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“I am the first pig to
fly,”  1909 (see pig in lower right of
picture)
   
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William Harley and Arthur
Davidson unveiled their motorbikes for the first time in
1914
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Beach Police Officers made
sure no swimsuit was higher than 6 inches above the knee,
1922
   
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King Tut’s slumber was
undisturbed and the seal to his tomb was unbroken,
1922
   
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A    new vantage point
was introduced to New York on the opening day of the Empire State
Building , 1931

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