In 1915, the year he starred in "The Tramp," among other silent films,
The last photograph of President Lincoln while alive, taken in 1865 by Alexander Gardner.
Hunter & Trapper
This is what a Californian hunter looked like in 1865, as photographed by Seth Kinman.
The famous nuclear weapon test conducted in 1946 at Bikini Atoll.
The actress in a 1953 photo by Bud Fraker.
Proud workers at the Canada Dock in 1909.
Testing a Bulletproof Vest
Doesn't look any smarter in color.
The famous physicist at Princeton in 1953.
Roger Higgins' 1965 portrait of the Spanish surrealist.
Sergeant George Camblair
Jack Delano's famous shot of Sergeant Camblair learning how to use a gas mask, circa 1942.
Yousuf Karsh's 1957 photo of the writer.
The Self-Immolation of Thich Quang Duc
Malcolm Browne captured this horrific moment in 1963.
The U.K.'s Prime Minister in 1941.
Toni Frissell's submerged subject in Florida.
The writer relaxes in a garden.
Hoover Dam Constructions
Workers taking a break from constructing the dam in the 1930s.
This colorized shot of the Marxist revolutionary leader shows him in a lighter moment.
Could Darwin have predicted technology would one day evolve to colorize him?
The VJ Sailor Kiss
Alfred Eisenstadt's famous 1945 smooch.
A 25-slide salute to one of the last living legends from the Golden Age of Hollywood
From the chance encounter in 'Taxi' to the struggles of 'A Boy Named Sue'
From raunchy and provocative to mild and misunderstood, an eclectic playlist of singles that radio stations refused to give airtime
Celebrating the Prince of Darkness on his 68th birthday
20 Christmas songs that you won't get sick of before Christmas
81 reasons to love the funniest man who ever lived