Better late than never. This is one of my all-time favorites–especially the closed-eyes cat–and another example of how there really is nothing quite like a snapshot. 8 more words
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Today’s post is written by Cody White, Archivist at the National Archives at Denver.
In his first 100 days in office, President Franklin Roosevelt worked furiously to tamp down the widespread unemployment and economic unrest that gripped the United States back in 1932. 540 more words
Some years back in my Visual Thinking class in college we had a project where we had to create a fake art catalog. This catalog would contain certain artworks from known artists, and then you would insert your own piece and give a little info on each artist and their work, including yours So I did mine based on street photographers. 133 more words
vintage everyday: 36 Rare and Wonderful Color Photographs from Behind The Scenes of "Some Like It Hot"
Marilyn Monroe wanted Some Like it Hot to be in color (her contract actually stipulated that all her movies be filmed in color), but after looking at Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon in the color film tests, they were deemed to be too grotesque-looking (they photographed with a green tinge). 34 more words