Charlie Chaplin moonwalk
Yup, way way way before Michael Jackson.
Father and Child with Christmas Tree, Haarlem. 1949.
Cigarette, Londres. Photo by Herbert List. 1936.
July 1939. “Daughter of white tobacco sharecropper at country store. Person County, North Carolina.” The rustic emporium seen earlier here and here. Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange. View full size.
Shirley MacLaine and Gene Kelly in What a Way to Go!, 1964.
Model wearing a red iridescent taffeta dress by Germaine Lecomte, 1950.
CRATERS OF THE MOON, IDAHO
CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT, IDAHO
An 83-square mile scenic and scientific area of basaltic lava flows, volcanic cones, craters and other features of recent volcanic origin.
Famine in China, two young children dying together in the gutter, unable to get enough food from begging. Photo by George Silk for LIFE. 1946.
This photo should be one of my series.
In “The Lie Factory,” her article for the magazine about the birth of political consulting as a business, Jill Lepore discusses the advertising produced during the election of 1952, the first time ads for a Presidential campaign appeared on television. In the clip above, you can see some of those spots, from Dwight Eisenhower’s team.
Washington, D.C., 1922. “Capt. Kopper and ‘Cootie’ at White House.” National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.
Anjelica Huston in dress by Valentino, photo by Gian Paolo Barbieri, 1972
Josie, six year old, Bertha, six years old, Sophie, 10 years old, all shuck regularly. Maggioni Canning Co. Location: Port Royal, South Carolina. (LOC) (by The Library of Congress)
Lewis Wickes Hine, 1874-1940, photographer.