1969

Saved by
Claudia Inaz

Joe Namath in Super Bowl III At the line of scrimmage during Super Bowl III versus Baltimore Colts at Orange Bowl Stadium Miami Fl. 1/12/1969

Joe Namath in Super Bowl III

neilleifer.com

JFK and Jacqueline

Saved from
jacquelinekennedyonassis.tumblr.com

I'll always remember.

Saved from
childofthesixtiesforeverandever.blogspot.com

1960 Cost of Living - NICE!

Saved by
Claudia Inaz

President Lyndon B. Johnson meets with Martin Luther King Jr. in the White House Cabinet Room, 1966  (Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum.)

Saved from
collective-history.tumblr.com

1960

Vintage Political Political Buttons - Page: 1 | Pin Badges

wackybuttons.com

vietnam 1965

vietnam 1965 photo

onebigphoto.com

where have all the hippies gone?

Saved from
hippieshope.com

1960 VW Bug

Saved from
tumblr.com

MCM cars of the 1960s!

Saved from
facebook.com

Mustang: An American Classic

Saved from
jossandmain.com

62 Impala - Elliot Erwitt

Saved from
peerintothepast.tumblr.com

cars #celebritys sport cars #luxury sports cars #customized cars #ferrari vs lamborghini| http://sport-car-collections.lemoncoin.org

Saved from
distinguishedcompany.tumblr.com

Men Walk on the Moon

Page Not Found

theheartbook.tumblr.com

Ham the space chimp hams it up for the camera soon after his successful space mission 1961

Saved from
reddit.com

Monkey in Space -1959-1962

Saved from
khooll.com

August 6, 1962.

itsjohnsen

sinembargo.mx

The aftermath of the Watts Riots, August 1965.

Saved from
images.search.yahoo.com

Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his ‘I have a dream’ speech on August 28, 1963.

Fresh History

younghistorian.tumblr.com

Robert Kennedy assassination

The RFK Assassination Project [30] Contact us at RFKAssassination@yahoo.com

rfkassassination.com

THE BRITISH INVASION: On this day, Feb 9,1964 at 8:12 p.m., America's popular culture would change. For the first time in the United States, Ed Sullivan announced to a national television audience, "Ladies and gentlemen, The Beatles!" It remains one of the highest-rated non-sports programs of all time. Nielsen estimated more than 73 million viewers, and not a single crime was committed in New York City during the Sullivan hour.

Saved from
facebook.com

NYC. Manhattan. May 19, 1962: Marilyn Monroe sings “Happy Birthday Mr. President” and “Thanks for the Memory” at the JFK Birthday Gala at Madison Square Garden. // Marilyn (foreground) is standing with her back to us, in front of JFK (in the dark background between two ladies).

Saved from
missingmarilyn.tumblr.com

A U.S. Army soldier wears a hand lettered "War Is Hell" slogan on his helmet, in Vietnam. June 18, 1965 (AP Photo/Horst Faas, File)

Saved from
giam.typepad.com

This is a photo of the first Black girl to attend an all white school in the United States—Dorothy Counts—being jeered and taunted by her white, male peers. This photo encompasses a lot of things that I really hate: prejudice, ignorance, racism, sexism, inequality…but it also encompasses strength, determination, inspiration.

Saved from
viralnova.com