View of a destroyed Iraqi tank, seen in silhouette, in front of a burning oil well during the Gulf War, Kuwait, 1991.
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American former First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy (1929 - 1994) attends the funeral of assassinated civil rights activist, Martin Luther King Jr. in Atlanta, Georgia, 9th April 1968.
South African anti-apartheid activist (and future President) Nelson Mandela (1918 - 2013) points outside the door of his home, Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa, February 15, 1990. He had been released from prison four days...More
Group portrait of American grunge band Nirvana in Seattle, circa 1990. L-R Kurt Cobain, Chad Channing, Krist Novoselic.
In the White House, American dancer and choreographer Martha Graham (1894 - 1991) (left) and First Lady Barbara Bush (1925 - 2018) play with the Bush's pet dog Millie (1985 - 1997) and her puppies, Washington DC, March 30, 1989.
Portrait of American author and literary critic Elaine Showalter, New York, 1988.
Rioters cheer over a mutilated a corpse, KwaNobuhle Township, South Africa, March 23, 1985. Councilor Ben Kinikini, his children, and another person were killed for Kinikini's alleged collaboration with the apartheid government.
A pair of beachgoers pass a sign that reads 'Whites Only' sign on a fence at a beach, near Cape Town, South Africa, March 9, 1985.
British synthpop band Depeche Mode in recording studio during the making of the Some Great Reward album, Berlin, July 1984.
Nik Kershaw, studio portrait, while a member of the Reg Webb Band (also known as Fusion), United Kingdom, 1979.