A young black man portrayed by a white actor.” 1900’s
Florida Tallahassee Water Recreation Camping Tents Picnic. Photo is dated 1964.
St Petersburg Florida Police Stand by New Sheriffs Cars. Photo is dated 1959.
Sheriffs Riot Squad Bayonets Fixed, Clearwater Florida. Photo is dated 1966.
Crazy Huge Teenage Dance Fest in Detroit. 1940
Policemen protest against racial integration of police cars as is this one, with a reporter in back seat. Photo dated Mar 3, 1959.
Detroit Miss Freedom Fest Contestants. Photo is dated as Jun 10,1962.
Miss Teenage Detroit Winners. Photo is dated as Sep 11,1967. It shows Jo Jo Shutty, Diana Dalton, Judy Jacob.
Oral Roberts was an American Pentecostal televangelist and a Christian charismatic. He was the founder of Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association and Oral Roberts University. As one of the most famous and controversial religious leaders of the 20th century, his ministries reached millions of followers worldwide over six decades. His healing ministry and bringing American Pentecostalism […]
In 1979, Jenkins was indicted in Delaware, Ohio for threatening assault and arson while still married to his former wife Harkins. Jenkins, who wound up getting sentenced to and serving five years in prison for the incident, was then mysteriously pardoned by the State of Ohio later. In 1994, he was arrested for grand theft […]
Evangelist and actor Marjoe Gortner. July 6, 1973. When Gortner was three his father, Vernon, a third generation minister, noticed his son’s talent for mimicry and overall fearlessness of strangers and public settings. His parents claimed he had received a vision from God during a bath, but this was later conceded by Marjoe to be […]
Director: Sid Davis Producer: Sid Davis Production Company: Davis (Sid) Productions
Rotarians in their final meeting in Chicago Stadium, Vice President Richard Nixon speaks to group. June 2, 1955.
Mrs Marion Thorne sitting on Monty’s bed in bedroom with pictures of Monty. Pictures of his father and grandfather hang in the Drake Towers. January 27, 1956. MANNERS & MORALS: The Tragedy of Monty Thorne Time Magazine, Monday, July 26, 1954 Montgomery Ward Thorne seemed to have everything. He grew up with a $4,200 model […]
Roy Rogers (born Leonard Slye) moved to California in 1930, aged 18. He played in such musical groups as The Hollywood Hillbillies, Rocky Mountaineers, Texas Outlaws, and his own group, the International Cowboys. In 1934 he formed a group with Bob Nolan called Sons of the Pioneers. While in that group he was known as […]
Arkansas Segregation Protest. Photo dated as Sep 26,1957.
“Mississippi Sheriffs Laugh it Up in the Face of Charges Related to Civil Rights Worker Slayings” (1964)
Mississippi Deputy Sheriff Cecil Price and Sheriff Lawrence Rainey charged with conspiracy in the 1964 slaying of three civil rights workers. December 11, 1964.
Barnett gave his famous fifteen-word “I Love Mississippi” speech at the University of Mississippi football game in Jackson. Ole Miss Rebels were playing Kentucky Wildcats. 41,000 fans cheered at the stadium waving thousands of Confederate flags. At halftime, a gigantic Confederate flag was unveiled on the field. The crowd shouted “We want Ross”! Barnett went […]
Photographed on July 23, 1964
Rancho Los Amigos, April 25, 1951. Larry Quinn — 8 years; Bobo the Clown.
Crimes… Morals… Child Molester Suspect, 10 November 1951. Douglas F. Baker, 69.
Vice President Richard Nixon, 10/14/60.
George Bush And Max Fisher. Dated Oct 27, 1988. “Graduating in 1948, Bush moved his family to West Texas and entered the oil business, becoming a millionaire by the age of 40. He became involved in politics soon after founding his own oil company, which specialized in offshore drilling. His father’s business connections proved useful […]
Harry Truman addresses a crowd at a dinner at the Sherman Hotel, standing under and elaborately draped series of flags Oct 29, 1952.
Pickets,dressed in German Nazi uniforms,Israel Bonds salute to Kup in front of Civic Opera House,May 23 1965
Democratic Convention in Amphitheater. Massachusets delegates read newspapers during Kefauver demonstration,July 23 1952
Governor and Mrs. Ross Barnett of Mississippi, at the Pick Congress Hotel in Chicago, December 18, 1962.
FHA National Officers 1956 Shirley Fleagle of Maryland and Milda Kussler of N. Dakota are standing. Pat Lormand of Kaplan Louisiana, Carol Pierson of Alton Illinois and Ardis Armstrong of Fairfield Montana sit for a picture at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in a meeting of Future Homemakers of America July 4, 1956.
Louisiana Governor “King Fish” Huey Long.
Barbara Grier and Donna McBride. NYC. (1989) Photographer: Robert Giard