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Edisons Kinetophone Featured E Print

Edisons Kinetophone

1912: Thomas Alva Edison (1847 - 1931) was a prolific inventor and physicist who was born in Milan, Ohio. He invented the kinetoscope in 1891 and in 1912 produced the first talking motion pictures. This is the equipment within the building in which he made his films. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Dassault-Breguet Mystere 20 1st prototype F-WLKB Featured E Print

Dassault-Breguet Mystere 20 1st prototype F-WLKB

Dassault-Breguet Mystere 20 1st prototype F-WLKB at the 1964 Paris Air Show, shown with the two 3,300 lbf Pratt & Whitney JT12A-8 turbojet engines originally fitted. Of note is the anti-spin parachute housing under the rear fuselage, which housed a parachute that could be released to assist in recovering from spins. Re-named Falcon 20, F-WLKB also changed registration to F-BLKB, indicating that it was no longer considered experimental. F-WLKB - F-BLKB was later re-engined with General Electric CF700 turbofans, ( The CF700 was an aft-fan variant of the General Electric CJ610 turbojet, where the fan is attached to the LP turbine tips and driven directly rather than through a shaft. Date: 1964

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Fleeing Yellow Fever Featured E Print

Fleeing Yellow Fever

Illustration by Sol Eytinge, with the caption 'En Route For Kansas - Fleeing From The Yellow Fever,' taken from Harper's Weekly, depicting black people fleeing to escape the Yellow Fever. At the time of the Exodus to Kansas, yellow fever ravaged many river towns in Missouri, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Because many of the black migrants who stopped over in these towns - coming by steamboat, train, or horseback - were sick, unwashed, and poverty-stricken, it was assumed by city officials that they must be potential disease carriers. USA, circa 1879. (Photo by Fotosearch/Getty Images)

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