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Photographer/Creator  J. Pat Carter  Collection  1978  Publisher  Baltimore Sun  Caption/Description  State champion soccer team members celebrate victory. For the last six years, they had come to state playoffs, and lost. But this year the game went into sudden death overtime. Finally, they score and win. The player who scored is in front and the kid in the back gave the assist.

Photographer/Creator J. Pat Carter Collection 1978 Publisher Baltimore Sun Caption/Description State champion soccer team members celebrate victory. For the last six years, they had come to state playoffs, and lost. But this year the game went into sudden death overtime. Finally, they score and win. The player who scored is in front and the kid in the back gave the assist.

Photo Title  Karate Kid  Photographer/Creator  Fred Comegys  Collection  1987

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Photo Title  You’ve Got to be Kidding!  Photographer/Creator  Theresa Aubin  Collection  1986

Photo Title You’ve Got to be Kidding!

Photographer/Creator  James R. Kilpatrick  Collection  1956  Publisher  Detroit News  Caption/Description  Referee pushed up against the wall of the ice rink.

Photographer/Creator James R. Kilpatrick Collection 1956 Publisher Detroit News Caption/Description Referee pushed up against the wall of the ice rink.

Photo Title Special Olympics Photographer/Creator Gary Parker Collection 1981 Publisher Florida Times-Union Caption/Description Special Olympics is good for these kids in that many of them have never been a winner at anything. Special Olympics is up so that every kid is a winner. Win or lose, everyone gets a ribbon and, at least for one day, is a winner.

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Photographer/Creator  Mike Williams  Collection  1958  Publisher  Portsmouth Star  Caption/Description  Ace in a hole--Clarence (Ace) Parker, the Duke University coach from Portsmouth, blasted his way out of this trap with ease in yesterday's final round of the Eastern Amateur Golf Tournament at Eliza Country Club.

Photographer/Creator Mike Williams Collection 1958 Publisher Portsmouth Star Caption/Description Ace in a hole--Clarence (Ace) Parker, the Duke University coach from Portsmouth, blasted his way out of this trap with ease in yesterday's final round of the Eastern Amateur Golf Tournament at Eliza Country Club.

Photographer/Creator  Eli Reichman  Collection  1978  Publisher  Los Angeles Times  Caption/Description  Now we have 40 to 80 million scraped shins and a new subculture-Skateboardmania. A show designed using the combination of skateboards, rock music, and laser lights. It's a show put on by kids for kids, semi-organized by another Hollywood rip-off artist. The costumes are bizarre, the show horrible-it folded after 2 weeks.

Photographer/Creator Eli Reichman Collection 1978 Publisher Los Angeles Times Caption/Description Now we have 40 to 80 million scraped shins and a new subculture-Skateboardmania. A show designed using the combination of skateboards, rock music, and laser lights. It's a show put on by kids for kids, semi-organized by another Hollywood rip-off artist. The costumes are bizarre, the show horrible-it folded after 2 weeks.

Photographer/Creator  Frank Mastro  Collection  1956  Publisher  International News Photos  Caption/Description  A stiff right uppercut, thrown by Miguel Berrios of Puerto Rico rearranges the features of Kid Anahuac during their Madison Square Garen slugfest. This kind of punching won the bout for Senor Berrios.

Photographer/Creator Frank Mastro Collection 1956 Publisher International News Photos Caption/Description A stiff right uppercut, thrown by Miguel Berrios of Puerto Rico rearranges the features of Kid Anahuac during their Madison Square Garen slugfest. This kind of punching won the bout for Senor Berrios.

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Prince Alexander Ferdinand with his mother, Princess Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksbur, later Princess of Prussia by her first marriage to Prince August Wilhelm of Prussia

Kauai District, Territory of Hawaii. Mitsuru Doi, first American of Japanese ancestry to volunteer for induction into United States Army, buttoning his uniform shirt.    CREATED/PUBLISHED  1943 Mar.

Kauai District, Territory of Hawaii. Mitsuru Doi, first American of Japanese ancestry to volunteer for induction into United States Army, buttoning his uniform shirt.

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