Maciek Gołaszewski

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May 15, 1979: From Brooklyn Heights, a pair of venturesome children traversed the newly-painted Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan as “sunshine was just triumphing over hazy fog.” Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times

May From Brooklyn Heights, a pair of venturesome children traversed the newly-painted Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan as “sunshine was just triumphing over hazy fog.” Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times

June 9, 1932: The Zeppelin railway coach, or “Lightning Express,” could carry 40 passengers at 100 miles per hour in tests near Hanover, Germany. The caption notes, however, “its ability to take curves remains to be tested.” Photo: The New York Times

HANNOVER The Zeppelin railway coach: its ability to take curves remains to be tested, 1932

Feb. 15, 1968: At a new Madison Square Garden over Penn Station, Dave DeBusschere of the Detroit Pistons scored the first points of a game against the Boston Celtics, who won, 118-96. It was not without growing pains — a late start and technical problems plagued enjoyment of the opening doubleheader. So did the pricey tickets: “It’s $3 here, compared to $2.50” at the old stadium, grumbled one game-goer. Photo: Larry Morris/The New York Times

At a new Madison Square Garden over Penn Station, Dave DeBusschere of the Detroit Pistons scored the first points of a game against the Boston Celtics, who won, It was not.

A camel caravan carries supplies for a scientific expedition in the Gobi Desert, June 1933.Photograph by James B. Shackleford, National Geographic

A camel caravan carries supplies for a scientific expedition in the Gobi Desert, June Photo by James B. Shackleford, for NGC. I've been on the Mongolian part of the Gobi desert on a road trip, eating and sleeping by nomad families.

A railway encircles thirty-five blocks of shops, offices, and hotels in Chicago, June 1967.Photograph by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic

A railway encircles thirty-five blocks of shops, offices, and hotels in Chicago, June // Photograph by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic This is such a cool shot - too bad the el trains don't look like that anymore!

Iron and manganese seepage creates streaks on a sandstone wall on Lake Powell in Utah, July 1967.Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic

Nat Geo Found: Iron and manganese seepage creates streaks on a sandstone wall on Lake Powell in Utah, July Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic.

A field turns from orange to green as harvesters pick marigold flowers in Los Mochis, Mexico, 1967.Photograph by W.E. Garrett, National Geographic

natgeofound: A field turns from orange to green as harvesters pick marigold flowers in Los Mochis, Mexico, by W. Garrett, National Geographic (via TumbleOn)

A boy rests with his dogs by a gnarled carob tree in Capri, Italy, June 1970.Photograph by David Cupp, National Geographic

A boy rests with his dogs by a gnarled carob tree, Capri, Italy, photograph by David Cupp.