President Lincoln, in living color. Imgur Here's a side of Roosevelt that you've probably never seen... Imgur Churchill...those baby blue eyes! The Hindenberg was a disaster we've all read about in our history books. We've all heard about it before, but it almost seems like an old wives tale to those of us who weren't alive when it happened. The tragedy is tangible when viewed in color. Here's a side of Alfred Hitchcock that you've never seen before! Imgur Movie stars (already beautiful) also benefit from the color treatment. Check out Marilyn Monroe: And a young, handsome Clint Eastwood! This photo, usually printed in B&W, dates back to 1960! Big Jay McNeely drove the crowd at the Olympic Auditorium into a frenzy, Los Angeles, 1953! Jazz in black and white... Bob Willoughby Photos Is nothing compared to Jazz brought to life by a perfectly colorized photo! Bob Willoughby Photos Lou Gherig the day he announced his retirement with his famous "Luckiest Man" speech. He died of ALS just two years later. This incredible colorized photo puts all of those ALS Ice Bucket challenge videos into perspective...does it not? Please SHARE these colorized versions of history with all of your friends!