People with a tower of barrels ready to be set aflame in a Fourth of July bonfire in 1930.
Public accommodations, open housing, educational opportunities, and jobs were at the forefront of the modern United States Civil Rights movement. By the 1960s, there were institutions, organizations, individuals, legislation, and activities throughout the country that had become synonymous with the movement. In this photograph, Civil Rights activists conduct a 10 mile march for freedom in […]
Five of the more than 150 girls who took part in the annual Easter Bonnet Fashion Show at Panorama Recreation Center on April 17, 1965, show off their efforts. From front to back are Linda Crate, 13, Bonnie Weisman, 13, Terri Strauss, 13, Wendy Hames, 13, and Laurie Miller, also 13. The event was produced by […]
Photograph of Valentine’s Day school event for kids in Denton, Texas, 1942. In the image there is a group of students sharing a table to write cards to the left of the frame while on the right of the frame students sit in individual desks reading cards. In the background is a constructed “Valentine Post […]
Andre ‘Bandi’ De Toth, enterprise studio director receives his Valentine present early on February 7, 1947 from his wife, screen star Veronica Lake. The gift being a Navion airplane purchased from North American Aviation Corp. by Veronica out of the salary she made while working in the De Toth directed film, Ramrod, produced by Harry […]