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By the 1950s, diners were a staple for the average American restaurant-goer, mainly due to their low prices, large menus, and extended hours.
Vintage photos show how one of the world’s greatest engineering feats was created in 1915 to bring water to New York City
The Catskill Aqueduct delivers millions of gallons of water to New York City per day. These photos show its construction, which began in 1906.
32 vintage photos of bizarre exercise fads from the last 100 years that required little effort and probably yielded few results
From a vibrating belt to a human hamster wheel, there have been a number of fitness trends in the 20th century that seem bizarre today.
From the removal and subsequent return of the chain's "creepy" mascot to the release of the Whopper, Burger King has evolved a lot over the years.
From infamous "Supersized" meals to the controversial McRib and McPizza, many menu items have come and gone over the years.
Amid a booming economy and the thriving auto industry, families piled into their cars and hit the country's new interstate system.
Vintage photos of Mardi Gras from the early 20th century show that while the iconic carnival has come a long way, it has always been a city-wide party.
While some terms of endearment have remained popular, others like "tomato" or "lambkin" have fallen out of style.
To celebrate the Westminster Dog Show, we've found photos of the Best in Show winners throughout history. Which one is your favorite?
Before Queen Elizabeth became Queen, she worked as a truck mechanic in a women's branch of the British Army.