P is for Pulp #51

Cult-Priest's Daughter
(by John Furlough)
(Beacon Signal; 1962)

Self Portrait #13

George Gershwin

The Gunslinger Guide to Natalie Wood #2

Seminal Image #1000

The T.A.M.I. Show
(Steve Binder; 1964)

The Art of American Fantasy #45

The Art of Jazz #114

The Gene Krupa Sextet, Vol. 1
(Clef Records; 1954)

The Art of Cinema #440

A Face in the Crowd
(Elia Kazan; 1957)

The Cool Hall of Fame #189

Terry Southern

The Art of the Courtroom #2

Drawing for CBS Evening News of Bobby G. Seale with Arnold Markle, State Attorney for the Judicial District of New Haven, in the background.
(Robert Templeton; 1971)

Women of Paris #7

Djuna Barnes

The Golden Age of Prurience #63

The Grapevine: A Report on the Secret World of the Lesbian
(by Jess Stearn)
(MacFadden Books; 1964)

Before and After #219: Erskine Caldwell



The Art of Mai, 1968 #6

A Who's Who of The Jazz Age #1

Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald

Woodcut Confidential! #9

Hayaru Hashika mo kyō asu bakari
(Measles epidemic will be only short lived)
(Oroka Zentei; 1860)

The Art of the Panel: Marvel #21

from Prisoners of the Puppet-Master!
(by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers)
(The Fantastic Four #8; November, 1962)

This Week's Hopper #20

Room in Brooklyn (1932)

Seminal Image #999

(The Devious Path)
(Georg Wilhelm Pabst; 1928)

In the Studio #51

Theodor Geisel, Boris Karloff and Charles M. Jones

Seminal Image #998

Night of the Living Dead
(George A. Romero; 1968)

When Legends Gather #589

Janet Flanner and Ernest Hemingway

Aftermath: Japan #8

Original Caption:

Hiroshima - Ten Years Later.

Hiroshima -- The night no longer holds terror. Lights flashing in the sky are the neon signs in the shopping district, not forewarners of sudden death. (1955)

The Gunslinger Guide to Natalie Wood #1

When Legends Gather #588

William Burroughs and Joe Strummer

Home Is Where The Heart Is #8

Joan Crawford's Living Room (California; 1949)

Adventures in the Vast Wasteland #17

Billy Dee Williams and Gale Sayers
Today's Adventure: Billy Dee Williams poses with his real-life counterpart and technical advisor, Gale Sayers, on the set of one of the most successful ABC's Movie of the Week ever, Brian's Song.

They Were an Item #102

June Allyson and Dick Powell 2
June Allyson and Dick Powell

Art of the WPA #27

Pet Show.JPG

Annals of Public Performance #20

Jerry Lewis blows his own horn during a performance at the Olympia in Paris
on April 16, 1971

The Cool Hall of Fame #188

Jack Cassidy

They Were Collaborators #639

Jeanie Macpherson and Cecil B. DeMille

Broadcasters #81

Jeff Christie (aka Rush Limbaugh)

Treading the Boards #25

steve and vivien

Steve and vivien and harry guardino

Steve McQueen and Vivian Blaine in the 1955 Broadway production A Hatful of Rain.

Below, McQueen and Blaine are joined by Harry Guardino.

The Frame Within the Frame #13

(Peter Yates; 1968)

When Legends Gather #587

Original caption:

"Patton" producer Frank McCarthy, center, holds two Oscars, for best film and best actor, on April 16, 1971. Left to right: Karl Malden, who played General Bradley and accepted the award for director Frank Schaffner, with Goldie Hawn, Steve McQueen, and Jeanne Moreau.

The Frame Within the Frame #12

Studs Lonigan
(Irving Lerner; 1960)

The Art of Cinema #438

Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux
(My Life to Live)
(Jean-Luc Godard; 1962)

Adventures in the Fight Racket #37

Today's Adventure

Original Caption:

New York -- Trinidad middleweight Yolande Pompee and his compatriot, Hector Constance, a welterweight seeking a U.S. match, feed the pigeons on New York's Duffy Square. (1954)

The Art of the Panel: EC #18

from The Screaming Woman!
(by Al Feldstein, Jack Kamen and Marie Severin)
(Crime SuspenStories #15; Feb-Mar, 1953)

Faces of Science #25

George Washington Carver.

Annals of Public Performance #19

Tommy Dorsey and Frank Sinatra at the Meadowbrook nightclub in New Jersey
Tommy Dorsey and Frank Sinatra at the Meadowbrook Nightclub, New Jersey.

The Art of Cinema #437

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
(Mike Nichols; 1966)