With these photos, I've regarded history in different way.
Dated 1914, the picture features William Harley and Arthur Davidson- the brains behind Harley Davidson.
So, back in 1980, Robin Williams was into cheerleading?!
Circa 1939! Looks like Frank Sinatra was a big fan of Lou Gehrig.
Admit that The Rolling Stones was a hit in the 1960's.
Would you be surprised to know that Queen Elizabeth served during the 2nd World War?
It was Walton's in 1962 and now it's Walmart.
Hey, Jimi (Hendrix) and Mick (Jagger)! What could you be discussing in this 1969 occurrence?
Bruce Lee knew how to dance? Whoa!
Yes, that whole room housed the first invented computer- Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC).
How close were Robert Downey Jr. and Slash?
No doubt, Arnold Schwarzenegger was beyond happy to be in NYC for the first time in 1986.
Believe it or not, this happened between The Beatles and Muhammad Ali.
Sting and Tupac didn't think twice with sharing the table with Madonna, for sure.
Charlie Chaplin and Albert Einstein.. What could they possibly had in common?
The two cuties, Macaulay Culkin and Elijah Wood, starred in a 90's movie together.
Birds of the same feather, flock together. True for martial artists, Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris.
This was how Walt Disney drew Mickey Mouse.
1937's building of the Golden Gate Bridge appeared like this.
This 1960 scene shows Fidel Castro and Malcom X conversing about the government.
Spot Russian president, Vladimir Putin, during his teenage years sporting a cap.
In 1981, Muhammad Ali tried to stop someone from leaping off a building. Was he successful?
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