Since man produced the first successful photograph in 1816, the art of creating a unique stock image has been at the forefront of photography. As we’ve progressed, capturing images has become mainstream and mundane, but once photographs were rare and uncommon. Here is a collection of some of the lesser-seen photographs ever taken in history. Many will send a chill down your spine.
This man is a U.S. death-row prisoner checking the safety of a roller coaster in 1958. This was a common practice in those times. These days, this kind of thing would never hapen.
‘Operation Babylift’ took place on April 12th, 1975 from Vietnam. Following the Vietnam War, many Vietnamese babies became orphans and that’s where the U.S. government stepped in and took action. They flew the babies back to America, and then citizens of U.S.A., Australia, Canada and France adopted them.