15 beautifully colorized photos of the past that reveal what life was once like
The invention of photography made it possible for people to capture their stories, and it was one of the greatest breakthroughs in our history. These colorized pictures, some of which are more than a century old, will take you to an amazing journey to the past.
#1 Chief White Eagle of the Ponca, November 1877
#2 Martin Luther King Jr. gives "I Have a Dream" speech, 1963
#3 American soldiers, 1945
#4 Charlie Chaplin, 1916
#5 An iconic image of the Great Depression, "Migrant Mother", captured by Dorothea Lange in 1936
#6 The Beatles, 1963
#7 Titanic's first class gymnasium, 1912
#8 A Venezuelan family, 1932
#9 Marilyn Monroe, 1951
#10 The Statue of Liberty is being built in France before transporting to New York City, 1886
#11 26-year-old Elizabeth Taylor, 1958
#13 A Catholic school, circa 1900
#14 Walt Whitman, 1887
#15 A Russian family is getting electricity for the first time, circa 1920
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