Pedestrians pass the glass window of a Mercedes Benz motor car showroom in New York City.
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Autochrome by Lieutenant Colonel Mervyn O'Gorman.
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Actor Charlton Heston as Moses with arms flung wide, appearing in motion picture The Ten Commandments as it is shown at drive-in movie theater.
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West Indian immigrants arrive at Victoria Station, London, after their journey from Southampton Docks. Original Publication: Picture Post - 8405 - Thirty Thousand Colour Problems - pub. 1956
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Jackie Robinson (1919-1972), Brooklyn Dodger from 1947-1956, the first black major league baseball player of the 20th century. He was entered into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962.
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Waiting in vain at Union Station here 9/1 Ellen Schmitz, 16, of St. Louis typifies plight of many travelers in Chicago and other cities as the strike of Pennsylvania Railroad stranded thousands of passengers.
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Celebrities during New Year's Eve party at Studio 54: (L-R) Halston, Bianca Jagger, Jack Haley, Jr. and wife Liza Minnelli and Andy Warhol.
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Drum magazine cover girl Priscilla Mtimkulu, circa 1955.
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Senator (and future US President) John F Kennedy (1917 - 1963) swings his daughter Caroline in the air in the yard of their townhouse (on N Street) in the Georgetown neighborhood, Washington DC, Spring 1959.
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Line of Israeli soldiers manning guns atop APCs riding through desert during Yom Kippur War.
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In this Pulitzer Prize winning photo, A Vietnamese mother and her children wade across a river, fleeing a bombing raid on Qui Nhon by United States aircraft. The raid was organized to knock out Viet Cong snipers in the village who were...More
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While New York's thousands rush to crowded restaurants and congested lunch counters for their noon day lunch, these intrepid steel workers atop the 70 story RCA building in Rockefeller Center get all the air and freedom they want by...More
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Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger posing in a fur parka, with a fur trimmed hood, 1964.
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Award winning sports photograph showing an unidentified runner crossing the finish line, the line itself on his nose.
A Palestinain woman pleads with Christian militia in Beirut while a man tries to take children to safety during the Lebanese civil war, 19th January 1976.
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Six women clad in black mourning over the body of Juan Larra layed out at wake
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English actress Jane Birkin and French musician Serge Gainsbourg at home in Paris.
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A woman, in black chador and carrying a G-3 machine gun, holds up her hand in a gesture of defiance to the camera, Tehran, 12th February 1979. She is amongst the revolutionary forces occupying Tehran University a day after the victory...More
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Hutus refugees stop to shelter from torrential rains as they walked towards the town of Ubundu having crossed the Congo river north of Kisangani, Congo. An estimated 80,000 Rwandan Hutu tribe refugees fled Rwanda for fear of reprisals...More
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Jonty Rhodes of South Africa takes an unbelievable flying catch during the Emirates Triangular Trophy match against England at Edgbaston in Birmingham, England. South Africa won by 14 runs. \ Mandatory Credit: Adrian Murrell /Allsport
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Al Capone on the day of his release from jail, Chicago, 1939. He moved to Palm Island, Florida, never to take over his old crime organization, and died of pneumonia in 1947.
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A studio portrait of Kalulu (Ndugu M'Hali, circa 1865 - 1877), 8th August 1872. Kalulu was the personal servant and adopted child of Sir Henry Morton Stanley and accompanied the British explorer and journalist on his travels in Europe,...More
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FRANCE - Antonio Fagnano drives the #27 Fiat during the Grand Prix de l'Automobile Club de France on 4th July 1914 on the public roads of Lyon, France, the last Grand Prix before World War 1.
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The second wave of combat helicopters of the 1st Air Cavalry Division fly over an RTO and his commander on an isolated landing zone during Operation Pershing, a search and destroy mission on the Bong Son Plain and An Lao Valley of...More
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American actress Raquel Welch, 1970.
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A woman, her eyes closed, dances with her gloved arms around the neck of a man in Times Square in the early morning, New York, New York, 14th August 1945. (Photo by Weegee(Arthur Fellig)/International Center of Photography/Getty...More
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Getty, Jr., wearing Moroccan caftans (his head tilted right), on the terrace of their holiday house in Marrekech.
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Head and shoulders portrait of legendary world heavyweight champion Jack Johnson standing outdoors in Chicago, IL, 1910. Johnson was the first African American to hold this title. The roof and a window of a building are visible in the...More
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On 5th Avenue, New York, pedestrians and buildings reflected almost perfectly in a window.
American actor Paul Newman, wearing a tuxedo and a bow tie, portrayed during a trip on a water taxi, a sailor cap on the dashboard, St. Mark Square in the background, Venice 1963.
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A police officer chases a suspect near Tompkins Square Park, Alphabet City, New York City, circa 1980.
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Premium Rates Apply. Two lovers at the Palace Theatre kissing in the front row. Original Artwork: Taken with infrared negative. (Photo by Weegee (Arthur Fellig)/International Center of Photography/Getty Images)
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Tokyo. Human Cannonball. Yosuke Arimitsu, Champion Diver, Training For The Pre-Olympics.
South Vietnamese babies on a flight from Saigon to the USA (probably San Francisco) during Operation Babylift, the mass evacuation of children from South Vietnam at the end of the Vietnam War, from 3rd to 26th April 1975.
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Photographer Tony Ray-Jones (1941-1972) created most of his images of the British at work and leisure between 1966 and 1969. Travelling around Britain, he recorded the unguarded moments of people from all sections of British society...More
US Olympic team swimmer Mark Spitz in training for Munich Summer Olympics.
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Premium Rates Apply. Actress Sophia Loren, on location for motion picture Lady L, fending off photographer's lens with her hand.
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Artist Pablo Picasso drawing a centaur in the air with a flashlight at Madoura Pottery.
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Premium Rates Apply. Passers-by speak to US boxer Sugar Ray Robinson (1921-1989) in his car in Paris. Original Publication: Picture Post - 5350 - Sugar Ray - pub. 1951
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Premium Rates Apply. A line of South Korean prisoners crouching on the ground. They are political prisoners, arrested for their alleged sympathies with the North. Original Publication: Picture Post - 5086 - Inchon - pub. 1950
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Marilyn Monroe with the skirt of her white dress blowing as she stands over a subway grate at the corner of 51st Street and Lexington Avenue in September, 1954 during the filming of 'The Seven Year Itch' in New York, New York.
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The Monaco Grand Prix; Monte Carlo, May 10, 1964. Graham Hill in the B.R.M. 61/2 at the Chicane. Calmness with total concentration. An absoutely superb portrait of the five-time Monaco winner which now hangs in the RoyalPortrait...More
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A couple lean against a shop shutter in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, 1979.
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German cyclist Piet Van Kempen circles the track at Wembley during a six day cycling event. Most competitors have covered 1,000 miles.
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Premium Rates Apply. Titled 'Couple In Voodoo Trance,' a young woman leans against a young man, both with their eyes closed, circa 1956. (Photo by Weegee (Arthur Fellig)/International Center of Photography/Getty Images)
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Overhead view of men milling about on 36th St. between 8th and 9th Aves., in the heart of the Garment District.
Football players in Phoenix Park, Dublin, 1966.
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French vagrant Léon la lune (Leon Boudeville) showing off his tattooed medals and epaulettes, Paris, France, circa 1953. Léon la lune was the subject of an eponymous short documentary film directed by Alain Jessua in 1956. He also...More
Woman In Black From The Back, Walking.
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Elegantly curved railings, New York City, USA, 1938.
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Artist Georgia O'Keeffe, 80 yr. old pioneer of modern American Art.
Actress, Faye Dunaway, star of motion picture Thomas Crown & Company practicing scenes with co-star, Steve McQueen.
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Yankee Mickey Mantle flinging his batting helmet away in disgust during bad day at bat.
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Carl Lewis of the USA accelerates down the runway of the long jump during the 1984 Summer Olympics at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. Mandatory Credit: David Cannon/Allsport
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People crossing 42nd Street, New York City, 1964.
A jubilant American sailor clutching a white-uniformed nurse in a back-bending, passionate kiss as he vents his joy while thousands jam Times Square to celebrate the long awaited-victory over Japan.
Alfred Wertheimer/Getty Images) Portrait of American musician (and actor) Elvis Presley (1935 - 1977) as he sits on the New York to Memphis train, July 4, 1956. Elvis had been in a New York for appearance on the 'Steve Allen Show' and...More
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World Heavyweight Title: Muhammad Ali in action after first round knockout of Sonny Liston at St. Dominic's Arena. Cover. Lewiston, ME 5/25/1965
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Kiss By The Hotel De Ville, (Le Baiser de l'Hotel de Ville) Place De L'Hotel De Ville, Paris 4th District
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Passengers napping on the bus from Chicago to Washington, DC, en route to join the Poor People's Campaign march, 1968.
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Wounded Jeremiah Purdie (C) being led past stricken comrades during the fierce firefight for control of Hill 484 just south of the DMZ during the Vietnam War.
A young man on a bicycle in front of Queensboro Bridge, New York, 1964.
Two nuns with white bonnets sitting in the choir stalls. Photography, 17 : 18,2 cm. Around 1935. (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images) [Zwei Nonnen mit weissen Hauben im Chorgestuehl. Photographie, 17 : 18,2 cm. Um 1935.]
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A group of teenage girls enjoying themselves in the English countryside. Original Publication: Picture Post - 8859 - The Truth About Teenagers - pub. 1957
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The cover of the final issue of Picture Post magazine, 1st June 1957, which uses the same image as the first issue.
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Premium Rates Apply. English actor Michael Caine, circa 1965. A photoshoot for the 'Sunday Times'.
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Platinum print made by F W Edwards c 1892-1893 from an original wet collodion negative by Oscar Rejlander.
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'Powerhouse Mechanic', a posed profile of a man tightening a bolt on a steam pump with a large wrench.
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Studio portrait of a businessman slumped over with a briefcase in his hand and a wind-up device attached to his back.
Sport, Football, FIFA World Cup Final, Berlin, 9th July 2006, Italy 1 v France 1, (after extra time), Italy won 5-3 on Penalties, Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro holds aloft the World Cup
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Navy CPO Graham Jackson w. tears of grief streaming down his cheeks as he plays Goin' Home on the accordion as Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt's body is carried from the Warm Springs Foundation where he died suddenly on April 12 of a...More
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Dead teenage German soldier killed during British offensive.
Little old lady being held back by policemen during appearance of Mamie Eisenhower during his presidential campaign, on street.
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Sport, Football, 1986 Football World Cup, Mexico, Quarter Final, Argentina 2 v England 1, 22nd June, 1986, Argentina's Diego Maradona scores 1st goal with his Hand of God, past England goalkeeper Peter Shilton
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Sen. John Kennedy & his bride Jacqueline in their wedding attire, as they sit down together at table to begin eating a pineapple salad at formally set table outdoors at their wedding reception.
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Univ. of Pittsburgh students cheering wildly from atop Cathedral of Learning on school's campus as they look down on Forbes Field where the Pittsburgh Pirates are winning their first World Series in 35 yrs. against the NY Yankees.
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A skinhead is escorted away by a police officer during a bank holiday weekend in Southend, 7th April 1980. The words 'Made in London' and a cross are tattooed on his shaved scalp.
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At a fashion show in France, John Cavanagh's models change backstage as a waiter pours champagne. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6434 - British Girls Storm Paris - pub 1953
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The victim of a motor accident lies by the side of the West Side Highway in New York, covered by a sheet. (Photo by Weegee(Arthur Fellig)/International Center of Photography/Getty Images)
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United States Senator John F. Kennedy poses for portrait at the Capitol building June 25, 1953 in Washington, DC.
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Victorious presidential candidate Pres. Harry Truman jubilantly displaying erroneous CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE w. headline DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN which overconfident Republican editors had rushed to print on election night, standing on his...More
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Two slave boys.
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Singer David Bowie posing with a large barking dog while working on the artwork for his 1974 album 'Diamond Dogs' in London.
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German-born American physicist Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955) laughs at a luncheon, Princeton, New Jersey.
British prime minister Margaret Thatcher in Downing Street, London, at the start of her third term in office.
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The Hindenburg disaster at Lakehurst, New Jersey, which marked the end of the era of passenger-carrying airships.
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British statesman and prime minister Neville Chamberlain (1869 - 1940) at Heston Airport on his return from Munich after meeting with Hitler, making his 'peace in our time' address.
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Orville Wright flying a Wright glider fitted with a Wright-designed 12hp engine at Kill Devil Hills, near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. The flight was officially the first sustained, controlled flight by a heavier-than-air craft. Wilbur...More
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Astronaut Edwin Aldrin backing down stairs from lunar module to be 2nd man on the moon, from Apollo 11 flight.
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American actor Marlon Brando as gang leader Johnny in 'The Wild One', directed by Laszlo Benedek.
Model Kate Moss pushing shopping cart through parking lot, wearing sunglasses, a Darling Rio floral bikini, and blue high heels
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Mary Ann Vecchio screams as she kneels over the body of fellow student Jeffrey Miller during an anti-war demonstration at Kent State University, Ohio, May 4, 1970. Four students were killed when Ohio National Guard troops fired at some...More
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A portrait of British pop group The Police, from left to right, Andy Summers, Sting and Stewart Copeland, early 1980s.
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Cuban rebel Ernesto Che Guevara (1928 - 1967) w. his left arm in a sling.
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Small group of awe-struck Israeli paratroopers, one w. helmet in hand, gazing at Western (aka Wailing) Wall moments after recapture of Jewish holy site in Six-Day War victory.
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Volunteer soldiers of the Ibo or Igbo people in Biafra, a secessionist state in Nigeria, 1968.
War and Conflict, World War Two, Air War, pic: 10th March 1944, An American 'Flying Fortress' crew in the photographic department as they 'clamour' to see the results of their raid on Berlin
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The cover of Life magazine features a photograph of the Fort Peck Dam over the Missouri River, Montana, November 23, 1936. The was the magazine's first issue.
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A well nourished Sudanese man steals maize from a starving child during a food distribution at Medecins Sans Frontieres feeding centre at Ajiep, southern Sudan, in 1998.
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Fashion, England, 3rd December 1966, A portrait of model Twiggy wearing a fashionable pink dress and a large plat in her long hair whilst looking seriously at the camera
Psychedelic rock group Pink Floyd pose for a portrait shrouded in pink in August of 1968 in Los Angeles. (L-R) Nick Mason, Dave Gilmour, Rick Wright (center front), Roger Waters.
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Rock and roll star Jimi Hendrix in bed at the Drake Hotel in New York, New York in 1968.
Bob Dylan plays acoustic guitar and smokes a cigarette in this headshot from September 1962 in New York City, New York.
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Entertainer Cher fixes her make up in a dressing room mirror in March 1968 in Los Angeles, California.
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Jazz trumpeter Miles Davis performs onstage at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1990 in Newport, Rhode Island.
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HM The Queen dancing at the Ghillies Ball at Balmoral Castle, Scotland during the Royal Family's annual summer holiday in September 1971. Part of a series of photographs taken for use during the Silver Wedding Celebrations in 1972....More
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The Royal Wedding Group relaxed after the formal shots in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace on 29th July 1981 with the bride and bridegroom, TRH The Prince and The Princess of Wales, in the centre. Front row (left to right) Mr...More
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A spectator looking through binoculars at the Derby horse races, Epsom, Surrey, June 1923.
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American actress, Gloria Swanson, anxiously awaits the results of the Best Actress award at a cafe on West 52nd Street, New York. On her left is her fellow nominee and the eventual winner, Judy Holliday.
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Soul singer and songwriter Marvin Gaye at Golden West Studios in 1973 in Los Angeles, California.
The police submit to a vehement haranguing from a protestor at an anti-Vietnam War demonstration in Grosvenor Square, London.
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St Paul's cathedral standing above the surrounding burning buildings during the London blitz.
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American actress Elizabeth Taylor reclining in bed.
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England football player Geoff Hurst (foreground) jumps in jubilation after scoring England's winning goal against Argentina in the World Cup quarter final match at Wembley Stadium. On the left is Roger Hunt (arms raised) and on the...More
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US troops take cover from the Vietcong in a trench on Hill Timothy, during the Vietnam War.
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Two young women enjoying themselves on the 'Caterpillar' ride at Southend Fair, Essex, October 1938. Original Publication: Picture Post - 409 -October Month Of Fairs - pub. 1938
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Premium Rates Apply. Cars speed over road markings in Mexico City. Original Publication: Colour Photography book.
New York skyscrapers, their tops hidden by nightime mist. Viewed from below, the mist forms a cross between the buildings. In Black And White book.
A little girl skipping outdoors. Original Publication: Picture Post - 4848 - Country Holiday - pub. 1949
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A mixed-race couple living in Notting Hill, London, 1967.
Inside a cell at the notorious Breendonk Nazi prison camp, a former Flemish SS guard is now imprisoned after overthrow of German forces in the area by advancing Allied troops.
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American actress Faye Dunaway takes breakfast by the pool with the day's newspapers at the Beverley Hills Hotel, 29th March 1977. She seems less than elated with her success at the previous night's Academy Awards ceremony, where she...More
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British entertainer Noel Coward in middle of desert, dressed for his nightclub act.
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Student nurses lining the railings of stairwell at Roosevelt Hospital.
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Welsh coal miners.
The main spiral staircase at Queen's House, Greenwich, London. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7277 - Greenwich Staircase - unpub.
Leon James & Willa Mae Ricker demonstrating a step of The Lindy Hop. no caps
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Premium Rates Apply. Rippling bands of light play over the bodies of Egyptian boys asleep on the sand. Original Publication: In black and white book
Young man (Dennis Stock) holding camera in front of his face so that lense is his right eye & the viewfinder is his left.
Luxury ocean liner Queen Mary steaming down the Hudson River past a bustling 42nd St. taken w. the aid of a 40-inch Dallmeyer telephoto lens 2 miles away fr. the shore of New Jersey.
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East German border guards try to prevent a crowd climbing onto the Berlin Wall on the morning that the first section was pulled down.
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Crowd of rookies during the Dodgers Spring Training.
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Worm's eye view of a group of American football players.
Guitarist Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones at the Union Club on London's Greek Street, 19th September 1995.
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A general view of the boxes at La Fenice, the Venice Opera House.
Premium Rates Apply. Minimum rate $500 USD. 366711 01: Portrait of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky December 1, 1946 in New York City. Stravinsky is widely considered one of the greatest and most versatile composers of the 20th...More
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A close cropped portrait of British actor Terence Stamp and model Jean 'The Shrimp' Shrimpton, London 1963.
Kurt Cobain (1967 - 1994), lead singer of American grunge band Nirvana, performing on stage early 1990s.
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John Pulko, an accused attacker nabbed in a pistol chase. Pulko, a middle-aged war veteran was identified by a woman from Washington Heights, New York as her assailant and arrested by two armed patrolmen after a wild chase. (Photo by...More
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Hitler posing to a recording of one of his speeches after his release from Landsberg Prison.
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Premium Rates Apply. A crowd gathers in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York City, to see the corpse of Peter Mancuso, shot twice by an unknown gunman as he sat parked at a traffic light. The crying woman is Mancuso's aunt...More
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Three members of dictator Franco's feared Guardia Civil in rural Spain; from the essay Spanish Village.
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Astronaut John Glenn in a Mercury program pressure suit & helmet.
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Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon & Ringo Starr of the Beatles, taking a dip in a swimming pool .
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Roger Bannister about to cross the tape at the end of his record breaking mile run at Iffley Road, Oxford. He was the first person to run the mile in under four minutes, with a time of 3 minutes 59.4 seconds.
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Beams of sunlight streaming through the windows at Grand Central Station, New York City, circa 1930.
English engineer and inventor Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 - 1859) standing in front of the massive chains tethering his steamship the 'Great Eastern', while under construction.
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Ballerinas standing on window sill in rehearsal room at George Balanchine's School of American Ballet.
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Sailors and Waves at naval base.
Premium Rates Apply. VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES - JULY 1951: Workman checking out one of the newly constructed 34-ton propellers to be installed on the ocean liner United States at shipyard.
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clowns. France, about 1935.
War 1939-1945. Front of Normandy. American soldiers with a 'howitzer' gun continuing the Germans close to Carentan, June 11, 1944.
American actor Gary Cooper (1901 - 1961) smoking a cigarette.
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Premium Rates Apply. African American flood victims lined up to get food & clothing fr. Red Cross relief station in front of billboard extolling, ironically, WORLD'S HIGHEST STANDARD OF LIVING/ THERE
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Grizzled & weary US soldier (identified as Sgt Angelo Klonis) smoking a cigarette during the final days of fighting to gain control of the island of Saipan from occupying Japanese forces during WWII.
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Premium Rates Apply. A couple exchange a kiss on a platform at Grand Central Station, New York. Original Publication: In black and white book
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Sheltering from a heavy mortar bombardment, 67 year old Antonia Arapovic, hugs her neighbour's terrified child in the darkness of a underground cellar in Sarajevo.
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A distraught looking Joan Crawford (1904 - 1977) wearing a beret and a large fur coat.
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The cover of Life magazine features a photograph of the Apollo 10 space mission, accompanied by the headline 'Barnstorming the Moon,' June 6, 1969. Pictured is the mission's lunar module (nicknamed 'Snoopy' after the cartoon character)...More
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With silent dignity an old woman waits for aid to arrive at her stricken village near Anjar, Gujarat, after the earthquake of 2001.
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American leading man Clark Gable (1901 - 1960) slouches in a studio chair.
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French actress Brigitte Bardot smoking a slim cigar while in Spain, 1971.
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Cat peering into glass, which reflects its image in reverse, creating perfect example of light refraction
American film actor and sex symbol Jayne Mansfield (1933 - 1967) lounges on an inflatable raft in a swimming pool surrounded by bottles shaped like bikini-clad versions of herself, Los Angeles, California, 1957. The bottles were...More
Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales kissing his wife, Princess Diana (1961 - 1997), on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in London after their marriage.