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Clicks From History That Are A Sneak Peek Into The Extraordinary Life Of The Past

How many times had you accidentally bumped into a grayscale photo of your grandparents or even parents and wondered about their lifestyle? Was it that you were stunned to see the amount of fun they had or the queer things or habits you discovered thereon? Well, here are some clicks from history that an amalgamation of the eccentricities and the naturality of the past.These photos will take you back in time. From the poses of models to actually asking others to click photographs and not taking selfies, the clicks are sure to open those closed doors of your thought process. Also, coaxing you to adore the vivid culture of the past, along with a major expansion of horizon the subject of history. There is Albert Einstein, there are electricians, there are contestants for Miss Universe, there are cheerleaders, there are kids, in short, it is a package, not to be missed!Cover Image: commons.wikimedia.org 

Einstein on the beach, 1939.

 

Miss New Zealand falls unconscious during the ’Miss Universe’ competition, 1954.

 

A group photo of military electricians, 1918. I mean, just look at their disciplined arrangement.

Acrobats perform on the Empire State Building, 1934. Their balance, leaving us speechless.

Sound-proof booths for listening to music in a shop, 1955.

Class differences, Great Britain, 1937. Stark, that is. 

 

The grand Opening Ceremony of the XXII summer Olympics, Moscow, 1980.

Salvador Dalí kisses the hand of the actress Raquel Welch, 1965.

Nordic Sami people posing for a photo in front of 2 Lavvu tents, 1900-1920.

Robin Williams dressed as a cheerleader, 1979.

Healing a back problem with a bear. Romania, 1946.

Alice Liddell, the little girl who was the inspiration behind Alice's Adventures in the Wonderland.

 

A machine for spraying perfume, 1952.

The as-yet lesser known Robin Williams (right) in Central Park, 1974.

Ernest Hemingway fishing, 1904.

Players from the Toronto Maple Leafs and Chicago Black Hawks search for a contact lens lost by Jack Evans, 1962.

Gagarin at a Carlsberg factory, 1962.

A young Inuit girl with her huskie dog, 1949.

Duckling therapy, 1956.