It's not a giant kiwifruit, that's for sure.
Before Google, you pretty much had to take up smoking to find the answer to the daily conundrums of life, as this collection of old cigarette cards shows.
Back in the 19th century, publicity stunts were a spectacular – and often deadly – way to attract customers.
Today in Important Figures from History: meet Tommy Tucker, the orphaned, cross-dressing squirrel who captured America’s heart in the 1940s.
In an age where post offices already seem quaint, a post office boat is an especially charming novelty.
Enter your suburb into this interactive map and it will show you what Indigenous lands you live on.
Forget your smartphone app: the cartography-loving boffins at the New York Public Library have uploaded 20,000 hi-res historical maps of the world on to the internet.
In the 1950s, the French navy's elite commando frogmen unit started looking for a watch company that supported their underwater mission. They found Tudor, and a decades-long collaboration was born.
Astronauts – they’re just like us!
This eye-popping bunch of old-school ghouls from Edo-era Japan will have you doing the Monster Mash in no time.
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