Annals of Public Performance #26

Patti Smith
Patti Smith plays The Boarding House in San Francisco, 1976.

Faces of Science #32

Arthur C. Clarke
Arthur C. Clarke

When Legends Gather #603


Frank Sinatra, Mort Sahl, George Jessel and Dean Martin

The Art of Pop #66


The Joy of Living
(Nelson Riddle)
(Capitol Records; 1959)

The Heretofore Unmentioned #119


Edith Bouvier Beale

This Week's Lichtenstein #12


Alka Seltzer (1966)

Before and After #228: Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Before


After

Adventures in the Vast Wasteland #24

Joe E Ross and Fred Gwynne
Today's Adventure: Joe E. Ross doesn't like the look of this as Fred Gwynne picks a flower. Meanwhile, everyone's wondering, "Where the hell is car 54?!"

The Future is Now #29

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I bet the salad bar is out of this world.

Magritte Mania! #1


The Son of Man (1964)

The Cool Hall of Fame #198


Malvina Reynolds

The Art of Cinema #456


Creature from the Haunted Sea
(Roger Corman; 1961)

This Week's Weegee #72

Jesters of the Empire #29


Larry Grayson

The Art of Jazz #121


Send Me Softly
(Milt Bruckner)
(Capitol Records; 1957)

In the Studio #60


Sam 'Lightnin'' Hopkins

Critical Symbols: A Girl and A Gun #2


A Girl: Menschen am Sonntag (People on Sunday)
(Curt Siodmak, Robert Siodmak, Edgar G. Ulmer, Fred Zinnemann; 1930)

Bandleaders #8


Sir Thomas Beecham

The Art of the WPA #29

This Sporting Life #26

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Red Grange gets his helmet autographed by the one and only Marion Davies.

They Were Collaborators #662


Ralph Richardson and John Gielgud

Movie Directors and the Means of Production #5


Movie Director: Akira Kurosawa
Means: Camera
Production: Dodesukaden (1970)

Tricky: Scenes from a Life #104


Tricky and the wife doll themselves up for the Senior Prom (1958)

The Heretofore Unmentioned #118


Leo Castelli

True Tales from the Bicentennial Year #3


Original Caption:

Washington -- Three House members talk about the upcoming Congressional investigation into Marine Corps. recruiting and training practices. Several prominent reports of abuse and death among trainees, including the cases of Pvt. Harry Hancock and Pvt. Lynn McClure, who both died in training, caused there to be question of whether the Marine Corp was capable of making the radical changes that were needed to its past practices. House members said they have been assured of a Congressional investigation into Marine Corps recruiting and training practices that have allegedly resulted in death and injury to young men. (1976)

Treading the Boards #31

Man Who Came to Dinner
Mary Wickes, Theodore Newton and Monty Woolley in the original Broadway production of The Man Who Came to Dinner.

The Art of Cinema #455

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Things to Come
(William Cameron Menzies; 1936)

The Fair: Building a Better Tomorrow #5

1939 - Bakers Exhibit - Demonstrating Mass Production of Muffins
Wonder Bread shows off assembly line baking.

The Gunslinger Guide to Julie Christie #29
They Were an Item #106

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Julie Christie and Warren Beatty

Great Moments in Marketing #35

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The Man selling Jim Beam to the masses (1966)

The Gunslinger Guide to John Alton #1


from The Crooked Way
(Robert Florey; 1949)

The Art of the Big Top #30

Marilyn in Action #46


Marilyn testifies

The Art of Travel #33

The City: Houston #5


Original Caption:

Houston -- Former Alabama Governor George Wallace wears a worried expression as he and his wife and successor, Lurleen, arrive at the M.D. Anderson Hospital, where Mrs. Wallace will undergo radio therapy for a possible third recurrence of cancer. Mrs. Wallace has undergone surgery for cancer twice in the past two years. Her doctors announced last week the discovery of another tumor in her pelvic area. (1968)

Welcome to Show Business! #35

Stamp Arrested
Original Caption:

Malibu, Californa: British actor Terence Stamp (Left) enters Malibu Justice Court on May 23rd, with his attorney Harry Weiss, for arraignment on felony charges of possessing marijuana. Stamp and his brother Chris were arrested May 18th, along with Tracy Stewart, 21, in their car, which had been stopped for a traffic violation. The trio was ordered to face a preliminary hearing on May 31st. (1968)

The Art of Jazz #120


Let's Get Acquainted with Jazz (For People Who Hate Jazz)
(The Jimmy Rowles Sextet)
(Tampa Records; 1958)

The Art of the Panel: DC #24


from Life and Loves of Lisa St. Claire
(Artists Unknown)
(Young Love #72; February, 1969)

All of Them Reds! #2


Zero Mostel

Life During Wartime #6


Original Caption:

London -- A banker writes a telegram to be given, with the fee, to the Post Office telegraph messengers who are stationed on the streets to provide quicker communications for the duration of the war (1941)

Twilight of the Dreamboats #35


Memphis, TN (1950)

Before and After #227: Doris Day

Before


After

Jesters of the Republic #48
This Sporting Life #25

Jerry and Casey Stengel
Jerry Lewis and Casey Stengel. Aside from being a natural born comic, Stengel also happened to be one hell of a ball manager.

The Fair: Welcome to Century 21 #3

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The Expo celebrates our two newest states, Alaska and Hawaii.

The Heretofore Unmentioned #117


Emilio Fernandez

The Art of Pop #65


The Wildest Show at Tahoe
(Louis Prima and Keely Smith; with Sam Butera & The Witnesses)
(Capitol Records; 1958)

When Legends Gather #602


Ernst Lubitsch and Fritz Lang