Ronald Reagan at his ranch in Northridge California C. 1948.
A voluptuary under the horrors of digestion by James Gilray c 1792 - Caricature of George IV, languid with repletion, at a table covered with remains of a meal. His waistcoat is held together by a single button across his distended stomach. In the background, the Prince of Wales' three ostrich feathers emblem is shown above a knife and fork crossed on a plate. The picture behind is of Luigi Cornaro, a Venetian nobleman who wrote several treatises concerning dieting & eating habits.
"The Loss of the Faro Bank", James Gillray Aristocratic women in the 18th century set up gaming tables and padded their incomes illegally. Faro was a game that was known for the ease in which the dealer could cheat the players. Lady Archer became the most famous of them.
The campus newspaper at San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN), the Daily Sundial, ran this front-page illustration in the shape of a helmeted soldier in October 1969. Within the silhouette of the soldier's head is newsprint; the articles chosen represent those concerning Vietnam War dead from Southern California. CSUN University Digital Archives.
Front page of the Sundial, "Streak … Streaking … Streaked" March 15, 1974. This front page of the Daily Sundial, campus newspaper at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), depicts "streakers" running through campus. This article discusses the "Greek" (sorority and fraternity) origins of streaking and its prevalence on the east coast before it made its debut at CSUN. CSUN University Digital Archives.
Daily Sundial, April 25, 1985. Students stage a sleep-in urging the divestment of CSUN Foundation funds from South Africa in protest of the apartheid system. California State University, Northridge, Department of Journalism. CSUN University Digital Archives.
Photograph from the Daily Sundial, campus newspaper of the San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN), of the contestants in the 1969 "Miss Black and Beautiful Competition" part of the festivities for Malcolm X week. "Pictured are (left to right) front row Louise Mayhand, Treva Pruitt, back row, Yvovene Brooks, Marita Peete, Lynda Nichols and Barbara Holmes." CSUN University Digital Archives.