1.The notable Rockettes commencing the Christmas season at New York’s Radio City Music Hall in 1967.
2.This mysterious Christmas scene on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, around 1950.
3.The occupied postal representatives of New York City helping Santa to sort Christmas mail in 1954.
4.This huge heap of occasion bundles at London’s Mount Pleasant Post Office in 1952.
5.This inconceivable preview from 1920 of outsiders on Ellis Island making the most of their first Christmas supper in the United States.
6.When the New York Post Office chose to “pull out all the stops” to stay aware of occasion request in 1955.
7.This flattened yet dapper Santa being hauled by his mythical beings amid the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 1941.
8.A gathering of city-slicker Santas cruising down the boulevards of New York City in 1969.
9.And additionally in 1969, the occasion subject on London’s Carnaby Street was a praise to space investigation.
10.This little occasion comfort for US troops sent to Vietnam in 1967.
11.And the main tree left remaining at this trench on the eastern front of World War I, around 1915.
12.Visions of sugarplums are moving in the fantasies of this young lady, sleeping soundly in her family’s reinforced hideout in London amid World War II.
13.These 42-inch occasion haircuts, which looking back may have been somewhat absurd — notwithstanding for 1961.
14.A occasion message from John Lennon and Yoko Ono in New York’s Times Square, 1969.
15.This free-falling Santa Claus, who appears to have lost his reindeer over England, in 1967.
16.This otherworldly occasion meeting in 1977 between two melodic masters — Bing Crosby and David Bowie.
17.This staggering depiction of the Queen of Disco, Donna Summer, flaunting her vacation stylistic theme at her Los Angeles home in 1976.
18.Artist Salvador Dali wishing everybody a strange Christmas in 1961.
19.Santa Claus giving Robin Williams a sketchy present on the move floor of Studio 54 in New York City, around 1979.
20.And this Santa from Ohio who unquestionably made the shrewd rundown in 1978.
21.Crowds of occasion customers frantic for the most sizzling toy of 1983 — Cabbage Patch Kids.
22.And the Clintons’ pet feline, Socks, who is exceptionally inquisitive to comprehend what’s inside his White House stocking in 1993.
23.This contacting snapshot of President George H.W. Hedge perusing a Christmas story to his grandkids in 1991.
24.And that time first woman Nancy Reagan cozied up with Mr. T at the White House in 1983.
25.And at last, New York’s Rockefeller Center Christmas tree in the majority of its excellent, occasion brilliance in 1982.