10+ Rare Historical Photos That You'll Never See In Textbooks

What are some of the most interesting historical photos you've ever seen? The most compelling images from the past have a tendency to stick with us - there's at least a few from the history books that you know you'll never forget.

1. The Great Wall of China before the restoration.

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2. Behind the scenes from the 1972 filming The Godfather.

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3. Helen Keller examining President Dwight Eisenhower's face.

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4. One of the world's first underwater photographs, taken in 1893.

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5. Boys wear space helmets for a "Trip To The Moon" at a planetarium.

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6. A boy watching TV in front of a window in 1948.

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7. A payphone in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco.

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8. The construction of the Eiffel Tower.

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9. Electric car and charging station (c. 1912 - location unknown)

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10. A llama hanging out in a NYC car in 1956.

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11. Dinosaur tracks in prehistoric limestone being removed from the bed of the Paluxy River in Texas.

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12. A glimpse of the environment post D-Day.

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13. Charles C. Ebbets takes a picture from the GE Building in Rockefeller Center.

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14. A market in 1900's New York City.

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15. University of Michigan football team, photographed in 1907

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