In a production still from the 1919 film Don’t Change Your Husband, actress Gloria Swanson is shown in profile. Swanson was one of the most prominent actors during the silent film era and was often directed by the famous Cecil B. DeMille. She was also nominated for the first Academy Award in the Best Actress category but lost to Janet Gaynor. Beyond acting, she was also considered a fashion icon around the world.
- Celebrities at FDR’s Birthday Celebration, 1944 — Share the History Love... Eleanor Roosevelt at FDR’s birthday celebration with Red Skelton, William Douglas, Lucille Ball, and John Garfield on January 30, 1944. Share the History Love... [...]
- Michael Jackson and Snoopy at Knott’s Berry Farm, 1984 — Share the History Love... Michael Jackson and Snoopy at Knott’s Berry Farm in April 1984. Share the History Love... [...]
- Debbie Reynolds & Carrie Fisher with Nixon, 1974 — Share the History Love... Actress Debbie Reynolds and her daughter Carrie Fisher at the White House with President and First Lady Nixon. This photograph was taken in the East Room on February 10, 1974. Share the History Love... [...]
- Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller at their wedding, 1956 — Share the History Love... Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller at their wedding. The were married in a civil ceremony at the Westchester County Court in White Plains, New York, on June 29, 1956 and, two days later, had a Jewish ceremony at Miller’s agent’s house at Waccabuc, New York. Share the History Love... [...]
- Odd Contest: Miss Tobacco — Share the History Love... How can Florida have a Miss Cigar beauty contest without a Miss Tobacco beauty contest?! It’s only the correct thing to do, right? There were a few tobacco festivals in Florida, some held beauty contests along with the festivities. Here are a few pictures of the past depicting those contests. Share [...]