You're invited! Join us Saturday, July 25 from 2pm - 3pm for an ALL store event to #craft two bookworm bookmarks! 1 for you. 1 to give away. @savethechildren will include your bookmarks in FREE school supplies to kids in need. #kidscrafts

You're invited! Join us Saturday, July 25 from - for an ALL store event to two bookworm bookmarks! 1 to give away. /savethechildren/ will include your bookmarks in FREE school supplies to kids in need.

I never knew Amelia Earhart explored the deep blue seas as well as the skies | Amelia Earhart is helped out of her deep sea diving suit after exploring the bottom of the sea off Block Island, Rhode Island. July 25, 1929.- Imgur

Amelia Earheart deep sea diving.

Amelia Earhart is helped out of her deep sea diving suit after exploring the bottom of the sea off Block Island, Rhode Island. July <<<AMELIA IS MY HERO

Carl Maxie Brashear (January 19, 1931 – July 25, 2006) was the 1st African American to become a U.S. Navy Master Diver, rising to the position in 1970. His life story is dramatized in the 2000 motion picture Men of Honor, in which he was portrayed by actor Cuba Gooding, Jr. Brashear enlisted in the U.S. Navy on Feb 25, 1948, shortly after the Navy had been desegregated by President Truman. He graduated from the U.S. Navy Diving & Salvage School 1954-1st African-American to attend & graduate.

July 2006 Carl Maxie Brashear was the first African American to become a United States Navy master diver. Brashear was born January 1931 in Tonieville, Kentucky. He enlisted in the U. Navy in He graduated from the Navy Diving & Salvage School in

Joseph Patrick. Kennedy Jr. (July 25, 1915 – August 12, 1944)--The elder brother of future U.S. President John F. Kennedy, he had been expected to become the family's political standard-bearer, especially after his father's political exile for supporting the appeasement policy of Neville Chamberlain in the advent of World War II. However, he was killed in action, and the task fell to his brother John.

(July 1915 ~ August The elder brother of future U. President John F. Kennedy, he had been expected to become the family's political standard-bearer, but he was killed in action, and the task fell to his brother John.

This photograph was taken in Lincoln, Nebraska on the night of July 25, 1936 when the minimum temperature fell to only 91°F in Lincoln. This was the hottest night ever experienced anywhere in United States recorded history outside of the desert Southwest. As the day progressed the temperature rose to an all-time record of 115°F in Lincoln; without air-conditioning, people spent the night sleeping on the lawn of the state capital building in Lincoln.

Lincoln, Nebraska on the night of July 1936 when the minimum temperature fell to only in Lincoln. without air conditioning, people spent the night sleeping on the lawn of the state capital building in Lincoln.

A policeman stops traffic to allow a mother cat to carry her kittens across Centre Street, New York, July 25, 1925

A policeman in New York City stops traffic just for a cat to carry its kittens across the street, 1925 : OldSchoolCool

Baby Hoffman’s two-toed sloth Aysan sticks her tongue out in our Photo of the Week! Born July 25, the little sloth still spends a lot of time hanging on to mom Hersey.

Wildlife -- Baby Hoffman’s two-toed sloth Aysan sticks her tongue out in our Photo of the Week! Born July the little sloth still spends a lot of time hanging on to mom Hersey.

"Milkmaid" Saturday Evening Post Cover, July 25,1931 Giclee Print by Norman Rockwell

"Milkmaid" Saturday Evening Post Cover, July 25,1931

Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Jr. was the eldest of 9 children of Rose and Joseph Kennedy. Born July 25, 1915, died in combat over East Suffolk, UK, on August 12, 1944.

United States World War II Navy pilot. He was the oldest son of Kennedy Family patriarch Joseph Patrick Kennedy Sr. and his wife, Rose Fitzgerald, and the brother of American politicians John Fitgerald, Robert Francis and Edward

.: July 25 - Bean Bags! Use up fabric scraps to make rice bag ice packs!

Use up fabric scraps to make rice bag ice packs! - cutest bean bag/rice bag/ice packs ever!

July 25, 1972, US Government officials ADMITTED that African American's were used in  a clinical study conducted between 1932 and 1972 in Tuskegee, Alabama by the U.S. Public Health Service to study the natural progression of untreated syphilis in poor, rural black men (THIS WAS KNOWN AS THE TUSKEGEE SYPHILIS EXPERIMENT). These men were told they were receiving free health care from the U.S. government.

Tuskegee Syphilis experiment was the clinical study of the natural progression of untreated syphilis among African Americans in the

A fashion look from July 2014 featuring shirts & tops, high-waisted acid wash jeans and red hosiery. Browse and shop related looks.

A fashion look from July 2014 featuring shirts & tops, high-waisted acid wash jeans and red hosiery.

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