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Bobby Kennedy taking a lunch break at the Bluefield Drive-In in Bluefield WV while campaigning for JFK.

Robert Kennedy at a Bluefield, WV drive-in, campaigning for the 1960 presidential nomination of his brother John. From photos by Bob Lerner for the Look magazine article "The Kennedys: A Family Political Machine.

John Lennon, signing autograph before his death, the fan for whom he is signing is Mark David Chapman, who would come back to shoot him a few hours later.

John Lennon signing a copy of his record "Double Fantasy" for Mark David Chapman. A few hours later Chapman would murder Lennon in cold blood. New York, December 1980

Louis Reard, the inventor of the bikini, with model in 1946. The idea of a suit "smaller than the world's smallest bathing suit" struck him when he saw women rolling up their beachwear to get a better tan. He named his creation "bikini" after the Bikini Atoll. S)

Louis Réard, the inventor of bikini, with a model in He named his creation after the Bikini Atoll, which was the site of nuclear weapon tests, as he felt his new swimsuit would create an “explosive commercial and cultural reaction.

The Mad Hatter has a basis in real history. In the 18th and 19th centuries, mercury was used to treat felt used in the production of hats in England. Workers in hat factories were exposed to toxic levels of the heavy metal and often led to the onset of dementia.

“Mad as a hatter” - In and century England, mercury was used in making felt for hats. Workers in hat factories were exposed daily to trace amounts of the metal, which eventually caused mercury poisoning in some, resulting in dementia.

The Mad Hatter has a basis in real history. In the 18th and 19th centuries, mercury was used to treat felt used in the production of hats in England. Workers in hat factories were exposed to toxic levels of the heavy metal and often led to the onset of dementia.

“Mad as a hatter” - In and century England, mercury was used in making felt for hats. Workers in hat factories were exposed daily to trace amounts of the metal, which eventually caused mercury poisoning in some, resulting in dementia.

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