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August282014

foxsports:

Ladies & gentlemen…Buffalo Bills rookie WR, Sammy Watkins. 

(Source: foxsports.com)

August272014
thecivilwarparlor:


Thomas Issac Duvall & William Duvall- William Died Waving His Sword And Shouting “Victory”
Thomas Duvall (left) and William Duvall (right), along with brother Henderson, enlisted in Company C, 3rd Missouri Infantry on December 10, 1861, at Richmond, Missouri, after prior service in the Missouri State Guard. William was promoted to lieutenant on May 8, 1862.
The Duvalls fought at Carthage, Wilson’s Creek, Lexington, Pea Ridge, Farmington, Iuka and Corinth. On October 4, 1862, Lieutenant William Duvall was killed during the Confederate attack on Corinth, trying to plant the Confederate flag on the Union fortifications. Lieutenant Colonel Finley L. Hubbell, 3rd Missouri Infantry, recorded in his diary that William died waving his sword and shouting “Victory.”
Thomas Duvall and his brother Henderson were later killed at Champion Hill, Mississippi, on May 16, 1863.
Image Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield; WICR 30171

thecivilwarparlor:

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vintagesportspictures:

Buffalo Bills vs Boston Patriots football program (1963)

vintagesportspictures:

Buffalo Bills vs Boston Patriots football program (1963)

August262014

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August242014
August222014

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August202014
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generalharrison:

President Benjamin Harrison colorized. From reddit.

generalharrison:

President Benjamin Harrison colorized. From reddit.

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August192014

Very Funny, JFK

historical-nonfiction:

In 1961, New York Post columnist Leonard Lyons contacted John F. Kennedy after seeing Presidential autographs for sale in a store and informed him of the prices. At the time, George Washington’s was priced at $175, Ulysses S. Grant’s at $55, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s at $75, Teddy Roosevelt’s at $67.50, and JFK’s at $75. Below is the response mailed to Lyons.

(Source: lettersofnote.com)

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