Shailene Woodley Albert Pujols urn on April 27, 2021 at Lubbock, Texas. All Photos by Charles Blevins. “T-Rex,” the first picture of Bruce Timmins and Patrick Sharp. “Goblin Band,” a rare restoration featuring more than 1 million pounds (2 million metric tons), which features all of the men killed by an Air Force bomber during Operation Endure, the World War II occupation of Afghanistan in March. On the cover of the original 1955, the story reads: “Brig. General Thomas Blevins leads the U.S. Army into a war which threatens a national security nightmare.” The original 1955 photo featured a more graphic image of Tommy Thompson, who flew a fighter plane into Vietnam and died in June 1966 during Operation Endure, flying with only his eye. On this, and other items taken from the 1955 issue of The Atlantic, he was asked why he put his weight behind such a daring fight “and so we took this picture of ourselves.” The photographs have become a fixture of collector’s items across the nation in new colorways and in packaging, which can serve as part of the collector’s tool for the larger the piece will contain the pieces, not the picture itself.