"Let no man pull you low enough to hate him" - Martin Luther King quote
favourite picture of them. Cynthia Lennon with her husband John. early early 60s (or very late 50s)
August 23, 1962, John Lennon and Cynthia Lennon were married!
Cost Of Living — 1962---wow. This is the year that my husband was born.
Cost Of Living — 1962
Southwest Airlines air hostess, 1968 - Air stewardesses used to have very strict weight, height restrictions and they had to be pretty and single.
U.S. Marshals escorting the brave Ruby Bridges. One of the first African Americans to attend a white school.
The Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights March, 1965. By James Karales There were white people of strength and character who joined the fight for civil rights with formidable passion for racial equality. It was not just a black rights matter but a human rights issue.
Jimi Hendrix Posters at AllPosters.com
Woodstock 1969 The Woodstock Music Festival of 1969 has become an icon of the 1960s hippie counterculture
The 1960’s counter culture movement involved a variety of social concerns and beliefs. The hippies’ primary tenet was that life was about being happy, not about what others thought you should be. Their “if it feels good, do it” attitudes included little forethought nor concern for the consequences of their actions. Hippies were dissatisfied with what their parents had built for them, a rather strange belief given that their parents had built the greatest booming economy the world ever knew.
The Hippie Counter Culture Movement (1960′s)
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Janis - Fine Arts student UT '62 - sang every Wed. night At Threadgill's Bar and Grill for two beers.
Ch.6: Baby Boomers were born between 1946 and 1964. In the 1960's and the 1970's this generation was the "Woodstock Generation" as seen in the picture above. These Baby Boomers have become an important part of the economy and a large number of retailers are beginning to cash in on this aging generation.
vintage everyday: Photos of Life at Woodstock Festival 1969
Jimi Hendrix Great photo!
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The Resilience Of Rosa Parks Mug Shot
One of the last photos of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. After a diagnosis of cancer in January 1994, she died in New York City on May 19 that same year. She was interred next to her first husband, President John F. Kennedy, and two infant children, a daughter, Arabella, stillborn in 1956, and a son, Patrick, born in 1963, who lived only two days, in Arlington National Cemetery.