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Some Vintage Photos

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Serbia's communist Party leader Slobodan Milosevic meets with workers, 06 October 1988 inside the federal parliament in Belgrade. (Photo by STF/TANJUG/AFP Photo)

Serbia’s communist Party leader Slobodan Milosevic meets with workers, 06 October 1988 inside the federal parliament in Belgrade. (Photo by STF/TANJUG/AFP Photo)

The stars of the British secret agent action television series “New Avengers”, Joanna Lumley and Gareth Hunt, 29th April 1977. (Photo by Carl Bruin/Mirrorpix/Getty Images)

The stars of the British secret agent action television series “New Avengers”, Joanna Lumley and Gareth Hunt, 29th April 1977. (Photo by Carl Bruin/Mirrorpix/Getty Images)

US Air Force test pilot Chuck Yeager, who on October 14, 1947 became the first man to break the sound barrier, posing beside the plane in which he did it, the Bel X-1, nicknamed Glamorous Glennis in honor of his wife in California, United States on March 1949. (Photo by US Air Force/Rex Features/Shutterstock)

US Air Force test pilot Chuck Yeager, who on October 14, 1947 became the first man to break the sound barrier, posing beside the plane in which he did it, the Bel X-1, nicknamed Glamorous Glennis in honor of his wife in California, United States on March 1949. (Photo by US Air Force/Rex Features/Shutterstock)

In this file photo dated September 26, 1966, British actor Sean Connery, being given a Japanese bath, during filming of a scene in the James Bond film, You Only Live Twice, at Pinewood Studios near London. The actresses shown are Yasuko Nagazuni, at left and Yee Wah Yang at right. Scottish actor Sean Connery, considered by many to have been the best James Bond, has died aged 90, according to an announcement from his family. (Photo by Sidney Smart/AP Photo)

In this file photo dated September 26, 1966, British actor Sean Connery, being given a Japanese bath, during filming of a scene in the James Bond film, You Only Live Twice, at Pinewood Studios near London. The actresses shown are Yasuko Nagazuni, at left and Yee Wah Yang at right. Scottish actor Sean Connery, considered by many to have been the best James Bond, has died aged 90, according to an announcement from his family. (Photo by Sidney Smart/AP Photo)

Stephen Fry and Rowan Atkinson on stage in Farmyard Follies, a comedy fundraising show at the London Palladium produced by Charity Projects in support of their own projects and the Home Farm Trust on February 18, 1985 in London, England. (Photo by Comic Relief/Comic Relief via Getty Images)

Stephen Fry and Rowan Atkinson on stage in Farmyard Follies, a comedy fundraising show at the London Palladium produced by Charity Projects in support of their own projects and the Home Farm Trust on February 18, 1985 in London, England. (Photo by Comic Relief/Comic Relief via Getty Images)

Pierre Cardin at Cannes Film Festival in 1961. (Photo by Gilbert Tourte/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Pierre Cardin at Cannes Film Festival in 1961. (Photo by Gilbert Tourte/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Bonnie Langford, star of hit musical “Cats”, she plays the character Rumpleteazer in the West End show, a musical based on T.S. Eliot 1939 poetry book Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, and showing at the New London Theatre, pictured Thursday 19th November 1981; pictured one hour before curtain up, Bonnie performs a few warm up exercises. (Photo by Mike Maloney/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)

Bonnie Langford, star of hit musical “Cats”, she plays the character Rumpleteazer in the West End show, a musical based on T.S. Eliot 1939 poetry book Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, and showing at the New London Theatre, pictured Thursday 19th November 1981; pictured one hour before curtain up, Bonnie performs a few warm up exercises. (Photo by Mike Maloney/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)

In this file photo dated February 11, 1985, Britain's Princess Diana stoops to speak to children during a visit to Macedon, Australia. For someone who began her life in the spotlight as “Shy Di”, Princess Diana became an unlikely, revolutionary during her years in the House of Windsor. She helped modernize the monarchy by making it more personal, changing the way the royal family related to people. By interacting more intimately with the public – kneeling to the level of children, sitting on edge of a patient’s hospital bed, writing personal notes to her fans – she set an example that has been followed by other royals as the monarchy worked to become more human and remain relevant in the 21st century. (Photo by Jim Bourdier/AP Photo/File)

In this file photo dated February 11, 1985, Britain’s Princess Diana stoops to speak to children during a visit to Macedon, Australia. For someone who began her life in the spotlight as “Shy Di”, Princess Diana became an unlikely, revolutionary during her years in the House of Windsor. She helped modernize the monarchy by making it more personal, changing the way the royal family related to people. By interacting more intimately with the public – kneeling to the level of children, sitting on edge of a patient’s hospital bed, writing personal notes to her fans – she set an example that has been followed by other royals as the monarchy worked to become more human and remain relevant in the 21st century. (Photo by Jim Bourdier/AP Photo/File)

Yugoslav President Marshall Josip Broz Tito poses at his desk under a portrait of General Secretary of the PCUS Joseph Stalin on a picture released in October 1947. Tito broke in 1948 with Soviet leader Stalin and the Cominform, developing Yugoslavia's independent style of communism and general policy of nonalignment. (Photo by AFP Photo)

Yugoslav President Marshall Josip Broz Tito poses at his desk under a portrait of General Secretary of the PCUS Joseph Stalin on a picture released in October 1947. Tito broke in 1948 with Soviet leader Stalin and the Cominform, developing Yugoslavia’s independent style of communism and general policy of nonalignment. (Photo by AFP Photo)

Yugoslavia. August, 1963. President of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito (R) and Soviet leader, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev (L) dance traditional Croatian dances. The exact date of the photograph is unknown. (Photo by Vasily Yegorov/TASS)

Yugoslavia. August, 1963. President of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito (R) and Soviet leader, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev (L) dance traditional Croatian dances. The exact date of the photograph is unknown. (Photo by Vasily Yegorov/TASS)

In this February 21, 1949 file photo, singer and dancer Josephine Baker performs during a show in Paris. The remains of American-born singer and dancer Josephine Baker will be reinterred at the Pantheon monument in Paris, making the entertainer who is a World War II hero in France the first Black woman to get the country’s highest honor. Le Parisien newspaper reported Sunday Aug. 22, 2021, that French President Emmanuel Macron decided to organize a ceremony on November 30 at the Paris monument. (Photo by AP Photo/File)

In this February 21, 1949 file photo, singer and dancer Josephine Baker performs during a show in Paris. The remains of American-born singer and dancer Josephine Baker will be reinterred at the Pantheon monument in Paris, making the entertainer who is a World War II hero in France the first Black woman to get the country’s highest honor. Le Parisien newspaper reported Sunday Aug. 22, 2021, that French President Emmanuel Macron decided to organize a ceremony on November 30 at the Paris monument. (Photo by AP Photo/File)

Canadian actress Mary Pickford (1892 – 1979) wearing a Japanese kimono and reading a copy of “Little Lord Fauntleroy”circa 1921. In 1921, she played both the title role and the role of Dearest in a screen version of this classic children's book. (Photo by Edward Gooch Collection/Getty Images)

Canadian actress Mary Pickford (1892 – 1979) wearing a Japanese kimono and reading a copy of “Little Lord Fauntleroy”circa 1921. In 1921, she played both the title role and the role of Dearest in a screen version of this classic children’s book. (Photo by Edward Gooch Collection/Getty Images)

Mary Pickford takes a picture of husband Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., who is executing a handstand on the roof of a building on December 19, 1920. (Photo by Bettmann Archive/Getty Images)

Mary Pickford takes a picture of husband Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., who is executing a handstand on the roof of a building on December 19, 1920. (Photo by Bettmann Archive/Getty Images)

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Vice Presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt at his summer home in Campobello with his 14 year old daughter Anna. Location: Campobello, Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada on August 2, 1920. (Photo by Bettmann Archive/Getty Images)

Vice Presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt at his summer home in Campobello with his 14 year old daughter Anna. Location: Campobello, Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada on August 2, 1920. (Photo by Bettmann Archive/Getty Images)

German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, right, shakes hands with Head of State of Vichy France Marshall Philippe Petain, in occupied France, October 24, 1940. Behind centre is Paul Schmidt an interpreter and right is German Minister of Foreign Affairs Joachim Von Ribbentrop. (Photo by AP Photo)

German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, right, shakes hands with Head of State of Vichy France Marshall Philippe Petain, in occupied France, October 24, 1940. Behind centre is Paul Schmidt an interpreter and right is German Minister of Foreign Affairs Joachim Von Ribbentrop. (Photo by AP Photo)

President Harding goes camping in the Blue Ridge Mountains, July 1921. It is said that Thomas Edison sleeps only four hours a night. This may be true but now we know he also sleeps during the day. This photo shows the Great Inventor taking a noonday nap under a tree at the camp. (Photo by Bettmann Archive/Getty Images)

President Harding goes camping in the Blue Ridge Mountains, July 1921. It is said that Thomas Edison sleeps only four hours a night. This may be true but now we know he also sleeps during the day. This photo shows the Great Inventor taking a noonday nap under a tree at the camp. (Photo by Bettmann Archive/Getty Images)

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