The opening of Disneyland (1955)
Nowadays, more people are visiting Disneyland, but on the celebrating of the opening, there were a small number of guests.
Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge (1937)
It was a serious project to build this bridge, and today it is the symbol of the USA, one of the most famous buildings in the world. And there is a photo of the construction.
MGM lion (1929)
Who wouldn’t have seen the iconic roaring lion at the beginning of the movies, but that scene had to be taken… and had taken about it too.
Hitler’s bunker (1945)
The first photo of the bunker after Hitler’s death.
Eiffel Tower construction (1888)
Europe, but perhaps one of the most famous buildings in the world, is the Eiffel Tower of Paris. But what was Paris like? Have a look.
Hoover dam without water (1936)
To see the Hoover dam without water is not frequent.
The Rushmore mountain’s carving (1932)
Just George Washington is being carved by the boys, three of them are not as big as the former president’s nose.
The first Wal-Mart store (1962)
The American Wal-Mart Stores company was founded by Sam Walton in 1962. Later, It has become one of the world’s largest retail shop. On this picture, you can see the first store and the first colored photo in the list.
Construction of the Statue of Liberty (1884)
Nothing special. They were building the statue of liberty. BUT The photo was taken in Paris, I guess we all know It was built there and French gifted for the USA. It was shipped on the Isere Fregatt.
Survivors who could escape to the RMS Carpathia steamboat. Would you think that they have a photo of it?
The iceberg which the Titanic impacted (1912)
They couldn’t bypass it, but They have taken a photo about it.
Family photo left on the Moon (1972)
The astronaut of Apollo 16, Charles Duke left a family photo on the Moon.
The first photo about Earth (1946)
How could they take a photo when they haven’t been in there, yet in 1946. According to the story, the camera was placed on the rocket by the soldiers. Have you ever seen it?
Google Staff (1999)
Would Photographer think that the internet will be revolutionized by this small team?