Check out these 20 rare photos that show you famous historical events in a different light. Some of them you've likely never seen before.
1. In 1947, photographer Daniel Sorine just photographed two random mimes in Central Park. 36 years later, he discovered that he had captured a then little-known Robin Williams.
2. During the color parade in 1970, one of the British foot guards passes out as Queen Elizabeth II rides past.
3. Booming of Kobe, Japan in 1945.
4. What Wormwood Street in the city of London looked like after the IRA detonated a truck bomb in 1993.
5. Monica Lewinsky, a former White House intern, conducted an infamous affair with President Bill Clinton.
6. A giant pyramid of captured German helmets in front of Grand Central Terminal.
7. Portrait of Al Pacino and Diane Keaton on the set of the "The Godfather" in 1972.
8. Joseph and Magda Goebbels on their wedding day in 1931, Adolf Hitler is the best man.
9. Albert Einstein's office, the day he died in Princeton, New Jersey.
10. Gay men smash windows at the San Francisco City Hall in 1979 to protest the involuntary manslaughter verdict handed down to Dan White, the man who killed Harvey Milk.
11. A pickup truck is fleeing from the pyroclastic flows spurring from the Mt.Pinatubo volcano in the Philippines, in June 1991.
12. A marathon during the first Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece in 1894. Three athletes are training for the Marathon.
13. Arnold Schwarzenegger is seeing New York for the very first time in 1968.
14. A cameraman and a sound technician recording "Leo" the lion for MGM's famous movie logo.
15. "This CD-ROM can hold more information than all the paper that's here below me" -Bill Gates.
16. Russian Prime Minister when he was a younger gentleman in 1986.
17. Sean Connery is chatting it up with a young fan while signing her coconut.
18. Ruby Bridges, the first black child to attend an all-white elementary school in Louisiana.
19. Samuel Reshevsky, age 8, defeated several chess masters at once in 1920.
20. Golden Gate Bridge under construction in 1937.