Unident. protestor being led away by police fr. demo outside Democratic Natl. Convention
January 01, 1968 License
Two residents of Resurrection City, a three thousand person tent city on the Washington Mall set up as part of the Poor People's Campaign protest, Washington DC, May 1968.
May 01, 1968 License
A casualty is helped by a fellow student after violence broke out at a demonstration in Paris.
May 13, 1968 License
South Vietnamese soldier crouched next to badly bleeding woman while awaiting medical aid during an attack by the Viet Cong.
LIFE cover The 1968 Special Issue featuring NASA pic showing Earth from space as seen by the Apollo 8 mission.
January 08, 1969 License
American political activist Abbott 'Abbie' Hoffman (1936 - 1989) speaks to a journalist from the midst of a crowd of demonstators gathered in protest of the Democratic National Convention in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois, August 28,...More
August 28, 1968 License
A preview of models for the clothing export council, holding placards supporting Nixon's bid for the presidency of America. Their placards read 'I Like Dick' and 'Hump For Crump'.
Members of the crew of the USS Pueblo greet relatives upon returning from captivity in North Korea. The ship was seized in January 1968, and the crew was imprisoned and tortured.
January 01, 1900 License
National Guardsmen standing in front of store during riots following murder of Martin Luther King Jr.
April 01, 1968 License
American guitarist and singer Jimi Hendrix performs at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, 4th February 1968.
February 01, 1968 License
At Columbia University, a student protest turns physical as young men, one in a clerical collar, push one another, New York, New York, 1968. The protest was related to the University's association with a US Department of Defense think...More
Nichelle Nichols as Uhura and William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk in the STAR TREK episode, 'Plato's Stepchildren.' Original air date, November 22, 1968. Season 3, episode 10. Image is a screen grab.
November 22, 1968 License
The Beatles and their wives at the Rishikesh in India with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, March 1968. The group includes Ringo Starr, Maureen Starkey, Jane Asher, Paul McCartney, George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Patti Boyd, Cynthia Lennon,...More
March 01, 1968 License
Grieving widow crying over plastic bag containing remains of husband recently found in mass grave of civilians killed by the Viet Cong during the Tet offensive, Feb., 1968.
April 01, 1969 License
The cover of Life magazine shows a profile photo of American president elect Richard Nixon (1913 - 1994) on which is superimposed a section of the seal of the president of the United States in yellow accompanied by the headline 'The...More
November 15, 1968 License
Earth rising over curvature of the moon as seen from Apollo 8.
December 01, 1968 License
A group of hippies taunting policemen during the trial of the Chicago Seven, a group of radicals arrested during the protests against the Vietnam war at the Democratic National Convention.
Police grab at a demonstrator during an Anti-Vietnam War demonstration outside the US embassy in Grosvenor Square, London, 1968.
American actor Gary Lockwood on the set of 2001: A Space Odyssey, written and directed by Stanley Kubrick.
Andy Warhol poses for a portrait to publicize Warhol's 1968 book 'a' in December, 1968 at The Factory at 33 Union Square West in New York City, New York.
Yippies parading their Presidential candidate, Pigasus the pig, during the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
August 01, 1968 License
President Lyndon B. Johnson announcing he will not seek or accept the nomination for re-election and orders a halt tot he bombing of North Vietnam, March 31, 1968. Image is a screen grab.
March 31, 1968 License
Police line the route of the Poor People's Campaign, an organised demonstration hoping to gain economic justice for poor people in the United States, Washington DC, May 1968.
A poster for the 21st Festival International du film de Cannes, May 1968. An original illustration by Beaugendre.
Senator Robert Kennedy sprawled semiconscious in his own blood on floor after being shot in the brain & neck while busboy Juan Romero tries to comfort him, in kitchen at hotel.
June 06, 1968 License
Matriarch Rose Kennedy (C) standing with Joan Kennedy (L) & Sargent Shriver near unidents. at Senator Robert Kennedy's funeral.
Jerry Rubin (1938 - 1998), Abbie Hoffman (1936 - 1989),Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, Bobby Seale, Lee Weiner, John Froines and David Dellinger (1915 - 2004), circa 1968. The Chicago Seven, as they were called after Seale was severed from...More
'68 COMEBACK SPECIAL -- Pictured: Elvis Presley during his '68 Comeback Special on NBC --
June 27, 1968 License
Repub. Richard Nixon flashing v-sign w. fingers speaking into mike while standing at podium during Natl. Convention.
Vietnamese civilians allegedly murdered by US troops outside a village called Son My but better known as My Lai.
American track and field athletes Tommie Smith (C) and John Carlos (R), first and third place winners in the 200 meter race, protest with the Black Power salute as they stand on the winner's podium at the Summer Olympic games, Mexico...More
October 19, 1968 License
Beatles singer, songwriter and guitarist John Lennon (1940 - 1980) and his partner artist Yoko Ono, leaving court surrounded by police.
A shadowy figure watches Soviet tanks advance through the streets of Prague after nightfall.
A photgrapher bleeding from a head wound given to him by police during the riots in Grant Park outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention gives the peace sign as he is interviewed, Chicago, Illinois, August 28, 1968. The...More
Doors, Sept. 1968; Frankfurt, Germany.
September 14, 1968 License
A woman weeping at a funeral for one of the victims of the fighting in Czechoslovakia.
The cover of Life magazine features a photograph of American tennis player Arthur Ashe (1943 - 1993) on the court during a match, accompanied by the headline 'The Icy Elegance of Arthur Ashe,' September 20, 1968.
September 20, 1968 License
English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones posed in 1968. Left to right: Bill Wyman, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones (1942 - 1969) and Charlie Watts.
Models wearing red and white ready-to-wear fashions designed by Andre Courreges.
Civil rights leader Andrew Young (L) and others standing on balcony of Lorraine motel pointing in direction of assailant after assassination of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who is lying at their feet.
April 04, 1968 License
Coretta Scott King, widow of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (1929 - 1968), and her daughter, Yolanda, sit in a car as it leaves for Martin Luther King Jr's funeral, Atlanta, Georgia. The reflection of a group of mourners standing in front...More
April 09, 1968 License