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Photos from the National Geographic "Found" Archives

John F. Kennedy’s coffin lying in state beneath the U.S. Capitol’ dome, November 1963 
Image: These captivating photographs are from project "Found" at National Geographic. The magazine established the project in 2013, in honor of their 125th anniversary. The purpose of Found is to bring rare and unpublished photos from the history of the magazine to the attention of new generations of readers. 

See more of this compelling collection at the Found archive of National Geographic.

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Loggers and the Mark Twain redwood cut down in California, 1892 | Image: 

"Scars of beauty" pattern on the back of a Nuba woman in Sudan, 1966 | Image: 

Irish guards remain at attention after one faints, London, England, June 1966

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