The first Super Bowl was in 1967, though most people at the time didn't think it was a big deal. Photographer Neil Leifer was there that day and looks back at how things have changed.
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In the summer before the famous 1940 census, a group was dispatched for a test run. Photos from Life reveal even more about that time.
For the first time, you can see the complete original photo essay from Life magazine online.
Imagine the delight of calling Santa directly! In 1947, the New York City mega toy store F.A.O. Schwartz set up a line to their store Santa. A few photos of the children calling ran in a December issue of Life, but many of them were never published.
Previously unseen photos from Life show scenes just after the attack.
In the '90s, one photo came to symbolize the AIDS epidemic. Years later, Life editors revisit the story and discover that there's much more to it.
On the 75th anniversary of Life, see some of the photos that didn't make it into the magazine.
Life celebrates the movie's 50th birthday with a look back at Audrey's style.
Never-before-published photos celebrate the actress on what would be her 100th birthday.
To celebrate the astronaut's birthday, Life has curated a gallery of unseen archival photos.
Photos from Life present a vivid version of an era typically seen in black and white.
A legendary photographer captures a legendary baseball player.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the first "Freedom Ride" — a test of anti-discrimination laws in the south.
Near the sesquicentennial of the start of the Civil War, Life is commemorating some of the lesser-known stories.
Thirty-five years ago today, Howard Hughes died, somewhat fittingly, on an airplane en route to a hospital for treatment