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George Mendonsa is the sailor and Freta Friedman is the nurse in the famous picture marking the end of World War II. These two strangers kissed in the middle of Times Square, from the cover of LIFE Magazine 1945.
The Man from the Famous Photo - This photo was shot when the end of WWII was announced. There was much celebration in the streets. The young sailor did not know the young nurse but grabbed and kissed her in celebration.
Glenn McDuffie, the man known as 'the kissing sailor' who upon hearing of the surrender of the Japanese at the end of WW ll, ran out into the street in Times Square and kissed the nurse, Freta Friedman. Photo by Life magazine photographer, Alfred Eisenstaedt, August 14, 1945.
Died: Mar. 9th 2014 - Glenn Edward McDuffie (Born: Aug. 3rd 1927) Folk Figure. A U.S. Navy veteran, he was the sailor kissing the nurse (Edith Shain died: 20th June 2010) in the famous end of World War II celebration of V-J Day photo taken Aug. 14, 1945 in Times Square, New York City, New York. The kiss was captured by famous Life magazine photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt on V-J Day.
Glenn McDuffie - A man became known for claiming he was the sailor kissing a woman in Times Square in a famous World War II-era photo taken by a Life magazine photographer has died. Glenn McDuffie was 86.
Glenn McDuffie holds a portrait of himself as a young man, left, and a copy of Alfred Eisenstaedt's iconic Life magazine shot of a sailor, who McDuffie claims is him, embracing a nurse in a white uniform in New York's Times Square, at his Houston home.
Glenn McDuffie holds a portrait of himself as a young man, left, and a copy of Alfred Eisenstaedt’s iconic Life magazine shot of a sailor embracing a nurse in Times Square following the Second World War.
REST IN PEACE: A man known for claiming he was the sailor kissing a woman in Times Square in a famous World War II-era photo has died. SHARE this to remember Glenn McDuffie, the kissing sailor. info via, Channel 6 WATE
Glenn McDuffie holds a portrait of himself as a young man, left, and a copy of Alfred Eisenstaedt's iconic Life magazine shot of a sailor embracing a nurse in a white uniform, right, at his Houston home Tuesday, July 31, 2007. McDuffie says he is the sailor in the famous photograph and that claim is now backed up by the Houston Police Department's forensic artist.
John F. Kennedy Jr. plays under his fathers desk in 1963.
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John Kennedy Jr. playing in the Oval Office: John Kennedy Jr. playing in the Oval Office at the White House, Washington, DC, October 15, 1963. (Photo by Liaison Agency)
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John F. Kennedy Jr. plays under his fathers desk in 1963. (There was a cute song at the time: "My Daddy's the President, what does your Daddy do? We live in a big white house on Pennsylvania Avenue. I like to hide behind the desk in Daddy's den, when I play hide and seek with Secret Service men.")
John Kennedy Jr. playing in the Oval Office at the White House, Washington, DC, October 15, 1963. (Photo by Liaison Agency)
President John F. Kennedy and John John in the Oval Office, 1963 The iconic image of an almost 3-year-old John F. Kennedy Jr. hiding beneath his dad's Oval Office desk captured the hearts of the nation
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John Kennedy Jr. in the oval office under the desk. President John Kennedy. October, 1963.
John Kennedy Jr. playing in the Oval Office, on October 15, 1963.
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This famous photo and popular poster of Albert Einstein was taken March 14, 1951, by UPI photographer Arthur Sasse. After an event at Princeton to honor Einstein on his 72nd birthday.
This famous photo of Albert Einstein looking somewhat unlike a person of +160 IQ... was in 1951 at an event at Princeton to honor Einstein on his 72nd birthday.
This famous photo and popular poster of Albert Einstein was taken March 14, 1951, by UPI photographer Arthur Sasse. After an event at Princeton to honor Einstein on his 72nd birthday. like or repin and dont forget to check out my songs =)
Albert Einstein, March 14, 1951, by Arthur Sasse, after an event to honor his 72nd birthday.
Albert Einsteinby UPI photographer Arthur Sasse. March 14, 1951.
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Albert Einstein, on his 72nd birthday.
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"I Have a Dream" is a public speech delivered by American civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. on August 28, 1963, in which he calls for an end to racism in the United States. Delivered to over 250,000 civil rights supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington, the speech was a defining moment of the American Civil Rights Movement.
1963: I Have a Dream, Lincoln Memorial speech by Martin Luther King Jr. in which the civil rights leader called for racial equality and an end to discrimination.
Martin Luther King, Jr. delivering "I Have a Dream" at the 1963 Washington D.C. Civil Rights March. The speech was a defining moment of the American Civil Rights Movement. (source wikipedia)
Martin Luther King, Jr. - a pastor & martyred leader of the civil right's movement. He gave an iconic speech "I Have A Dream" & received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.
"I Have a Dream" is a 17-minute public speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered on August 28, 1963, in which he called for racial equality and an end to discrimination. The speech was a defining moment of the American Civil Rights Movement.
Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his "I Have A Dream" speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 28, 1963 | MLK on Wikipedia...
Today in History 8/28/1963 Martin Luther King, Jr. Makes one of the most well known and quoted speeches in Modern Day History saying the immortal words "I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character" The peaceful demonstrators who had come together to demand voting rights, equal opportunity for African Americans and to end racial segregation and discrimination.
The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (or "The Great March on Washington", as styled in a sound recording released after the event) was one of the largest political rallies for human rights in United States history and called for civil and economic rights for African Americans. It took place in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, August 28, 1963. Martin Luther King, Jr., standing in front of the Lincoln Memorial, delivered his historic "I Have a Dream" speech advocating racial harmony
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"Migrant Mother" by Dorothea Lange, 1936. #art #photography #vintage #blackandwhite #DorotheaLange #MigrantMother
"Migrant Mother" photo by Dorothea Lange. American photographer 1895-1965. photographed the Great Depression. I have so much respect for this woman.
Photography: theMasters: Lange "Dorothea Lange took photographs during the Great Depression. She took the famous photo of a migrant mother, which is said to be one of the best-known photographs in history. In the 1940s, she also photographed the Japanese internment camps, and these photographs show sad moments in American history."
So moving. Photo of a migrant mother, a famous photo by Dorothea Lange, taken during the Great Depression.
"Migrant Mother" Florence Owens Thompson is the face of the Great Depression, Photo by Dorothea Lange 1936
"Migrant Mother." March 1936. The Great Depression. Photo by Dorothea Lange of Florence Owens Thompson, a pea picker in California and mother of 7.
January: Learn more about Dorothea Lange, and her famous photos of Great Depression families. Displaced migrant mother of seven, Dorthea Lange. Photo: Dorothea Lange
Photo by dorothea lange. The most iconic image that sums up the great depression "Migrant Mother".
Expand your mind with MCA Denver's More American Photographs exhibit, inspired by Roosevelt's photography program enacted during the Great Depression. Start hydrating, because your creative juices are about to flow! http://blog.homerun.com/blog/2012/5/29/art-from-the-great-depression-to-the-great-recession.html #dorothealange #migrantmother #greatdepression #art #photography #denver #roosevelt #photo #blackandwhite
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that famous photo of Jackie Onassis by paparazzo Ron Gallela
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My most beloved photo ever. This is Audrey Hepburn in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's. I love everything about this picture: the style, her beauty, her expression. It has everything.
Audrey Hepburn in the movie. Breakfast at Tiffany's. I feel in love with her style when I watched the movies and still emulate some of it today. I have a little black dress, big sunglasses, hats and stacked jewelry. Her character maintains an ageless, timeless flair.
Even today, Audrey Hepburn is considered a model of beauty and elegance, and many times sha has been named one of the most beautiful women of all time. Her image is used in many advertising campaigns. Her clothing style is still popular among women today. The black Givenchy dress she wore in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s was sold in 2006 for over £ 462,000, the highest price ever paid for a dress from a movie.
Audrey Hepburn Movie (Breakfast at Tiffany's, With Cigarette) Poster Print - 24x36 by Poster Revolution. $3.05. Easy to frame and makes a great gift too. Ships quickly and safely. Decorate your walls with this brand new poster.. Decorate your home or office with high quality posters. Audrey Hepburn Movie (Breakfast at Tiffany's, With Cigarette) Poster Print - 24x36 is that perfect piece that matches your style, interests, and budget.
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#AudreyHepburn #BreakfastAtTiffanys... Love Audrey Hepburn's style and pearls... Love her!
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Marilyn Monroe in ventilation of New York's underground. The photo was taken during the filming of "Seven Year Itch" infuriated the then wife of Monroe, Joe DiMaggio, and the couple divorced soon after publication.
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considering value in art and pop culture: Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch (Sept 1954) dress sells for $4 million+ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-13828609
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The pleated ivory dress that Marilyn Monroe wore in the anthology scene from the movie "The Seven Year Itch." In the film Billy Wilder, 1955, a train passes and the wind blows through the grate on the sidewalk, lifting the dress of Marilyn, as she says: "There is delicious." Dress designer William Travilla,
Classic Marilyn Monroe... White Pleated dress from "The Seven Year Itch"
The World's Most Famous Photo
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The famous Afghan Girl whose photo graced the cover of National Geographic Magazine with her beautiful, haunting eyes decades ago. She is grown now & is a mother. She still has haunting eyes and a harsh life shows clearly on her face. --- Photo by Steve McCurry.
Afghan Girl Taken in 1984 by National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry, the world famous shot of 12 year old Sharbat Gula captured the attention of the world with her unforgettably beautiful eyes and innocence amid widespread war and turmoil surrounding her.
This famous Steve McCurry photograph of a young Afghan girl that adorned the cover of National Geographic magazine and went on to become one of the most famous faces in the world. Here eyes are so haunting.Sharbat Gula, Afghan Girl, Pakistan, 1984
Afghan Girl - Taken by Steve McCurry in June of 1984, appeared on the cover of National Geographic June 1985. The girl's name is Sharbat Gula, she was orphaned during the Soviet Union's bombing of Afghanistan and sent to a refugee camp in Pakistan. Nat Geo found her again 2002. This photo has been named the most recognized photograph in history.
This famous Steve McCurry photograph of a young Afghan girl that adorned the cover of National Geographic magazine and went on to become one of the most famous faces in the world.
Steve McCurry: Afghan Girl I STILL remember this girl from the cover of National Geographic back in the 80s! She has THE MOST amazing eyes I've ever seen!!!
Afghan Girl, at Nasir Bagh refugee camp near Peshawar, by Steve McCurry, Pakistan 1984. Known only as the Afghan girl — her real identity unknown until she was rediscovered in 2002 — Sharbat Gula’s face became one of the most iconic National Geographic covers of all time, and a symbol of the struggle of refugees everywhere. LOOK into her eyes.
Sharbat Gula, Afghan Girl, Pakistan, 1984. Steve McCurry, National Geographic Cover. I have always loved this photo. Strikingly beautiful eyes.
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This week we remember the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Visit the library to view two JFK memorial publications from 1963 or check out one of the many books about our 35th president. Learn more about this historic day here: http://nvcdn.nbcnews.com/_util/jfk50/
John F. Kennedy / Born: John Fitzgerald Kennedy, May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts, U.S / Murdered: November 22, 1963 (age 46) in Dallas, Texas, U.S.
JFK: a quote he made when he first heard Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking on TV, "he is a very good speaker."
JFK; will always consider him the best president in my lifetime. I love a quote he made when he first heard Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking on TV, and said, "he is a very good speaker." You think? JFK was light years above his time
John F. Kennedy - served as U.S. President from January 20, 1961 to November 22, 1963
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John F. Kennedy with his daughter Caroline. Often referred to by his initials JFK, was the 35th President of the United States, serving from 1961 until his assassination in 1963.
On November 8, 1960, John F. Kennedy won the presidential election against Republican Vice President Richard Nixon he was the youngest man ever to be elected president of the United States. Pictured: John F. Kennedy holds 4-year-old Caroline on Election Day. Caroline Kennedy was his first, and is his only surviving, child. (see more JFK: The Run for the White House)
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born 97 years ago today -- the 35th President of the US on 5-29-1917.
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Funeral of President John F. Kennedy, Nov 25, 1963. To pay respect, 800,000 lined streets to watch coffin's procession. The procession included a caparisoned horse - a riderless horse with boots facing backwards in the stirrups.
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Famous photo: The pair were recreating this famous picture of a couple kissing on VJ Day
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Classic photo - sailor kissing nurse in Times Square on VJ Day. (1945) Love it!--- make sure to do this in wedding dress and stuff for wedding pictures
First documented picture of sexual assault. My photography teacher told me xD On August 14, 1945, Victory Over Japan Day was celebrated all across the United States. Alfred Eisenstaedt captured this legendary smooch between a sailor and a nurse. The photo appeared on the cover of Life and reminded people across the nation about the joyous homecoming of a solider.
One of my all-time favorite pictures!! Sailor kissing the Nurse in Times Square on V-day at the end of WWII…
Classic moment and time in History -- the jubilation kiss in Times Square on the announcement WWII was over! The best part is that the sailor didn't know the woman he is kissing in this picture. Watched an Informational show where they found the man and woman that had kissed. The man's future wife is in the background. It was their first date. Pretty cool story!
Sailor kissing the Nurse in Times Square on V-day at the end of WWII… One of my favorite pictures ever!
American sailor kissing a young nurse in a white dress on V-J Day in Times Square on August 14, 1945. This is one of my favorite pictures
My favorite picture of all time! V-J Day in Times Square is a photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt that portrays an American sailor kissing a young nurse in a white dress on V-J Day in Times Square on August 14, 1945.
"I went from Doctors Hospital to Times Square that day because the war was over [...] And this guy grabbed me and we kissed, and then I turned one way and he turned the other [...] I didn't mind because he was someone who had fought for me [...] As for the picture, it says so many things — hope, love, peace and tomorrow. The end of the war was a wonderful experience, and that photo represents all those feelings." http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2008-11-09-nurse-photo_N.htm
My favorite picture of all time! This photograph was taken on August 14, 1945, by Alfred Eisenstaedt, and published a week later in Life magazine. The photo was a spontaneous event (not posed) that occurred in Times Square when it was announced that the war on Japan had ended. Eisenstaedt was taking pictures rapidly at different events during the celebrations, and did not have an opportunity to get the names of the two individuals. Because the faces of both people involved are covered, several people have claimed to be the subjects. The identity of the nurse in the photograph was not known until the late 1970s, when Edith Shain wrote a letter to Eisenstaedt to say that she was the woman in the picture. In the 40s she didn’t think it was dignified to be photographed kissing, but she said times have changed. Of all the nurses claiming to be the one, Eisenstaedt has only backed Shain. Edith Shain who died last year at the age of 91, recalled the moment and said that a sailor grabbed her in an embrace and kissed her, and she thought she might as well let him kiss her since he fought for her in the war. Several men still claim to be the sailor in the photo. The one who stands out the most is Glenn McDuffie, who was 18 when the photo was taken. When he described the kiss on Good Morning America, he said, “It was a good kiss. It was a wet kiss… Someone asked me if it was a tongue kiss. I said, ‘No tongue, but it was a nice kiss.’” McDuffie has passed five polygraph tests confirming his claim. Interesting Fact: Most are unaware that another photo was taken of the same couple at about the same time at a different angle, by Navy photo journalist Victor Jorgensen. It is also a popular poster. It was published in the New York Times the following day and titled “Kissing the War Goodbye”
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"The War is Over" Famous photo of a kiss in 1945.
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Kissing the War Goodbye, VJ Day, Times Square, August 14, 1945 by Lt. Victor Jorgensen #art #photography
The Unromantic Truth Behind the VJ Day Kiss Photo- I hate this picture and wish people would stop acting like it's the most romantic thing ever. It's unwanted sexual assault. Having been on the receiving end of something like this; it isn't fun or flattering or romantic, just leaves you feeling gross and out of control. Constantly seeing this picture reminds me of it.
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - In the black-and-white photo, the sailor would always be a young man, locked in a kiss with a nurse in New York's Times Square to mark the end of World War Two.
Alfred Eisenstaedt's picture of a sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square. Since the photo was taken in 1945
Kissing the War Goodbye (Times Square, New York City,, c.1945) Art Print by Victor Jorgensen at Art.com
Kissing the War Goodbye: A sailor kisses a nurse passionately in Manhattan's Times Square as New York City celebrates the surrender of Japan on August 14, 1945. Kissing strangers was a common elated reaction to the news in Times Square. (Photo Credit: Corbis)
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A man who became known for claiming he was the sailor kissing a woman in Times Square in a famous World War II-era photo taken by a Life magazine photographer has died. Glenn McDuffie was 86. McDuffie died March 9 in a nursing home in Dallas, his daughter, Glenda Bell, told The Associated Press. After World War II, McDuffie, who was born in Kannapolis, N.C., and moved to Houston in 1960, became a mail carrier and semi-professional baseball player. But his life became more exciting about six years ago when Houston Police Department forensic artist Lois Gibson was able to identify him as the young man leaning over the woman in his arms to kiss her. By taking about 100 pictures of McDuffie using a pillow to pose as he did in the picture taken Aug. 14, 1945, by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt, Gibson said, she was able to match the muscles, ears and other features of the then-80-year-old McDuffie to the young sailor in the original image. "I was absolutely positive," Gibson said of the match. "It was perfect.
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reddit/r/colorized is a great place to look at peoples new work daily Famous Old Photos Colorized
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"Over the last couple years, an increasingly popular trend online has been to create and share colorized photos from history. Artists such as Jordan Lloyd, Dana Keller and Sanna Dullaway take intriguing old black-and-white photos and bring them to life with color as if they’d been taken only yesterday."
Up until the 1970s, color photography was rare. Thus, our vision of history is so often in black and white only. Rare colorized historical photos are our only chance at seeing what the world really looked like...and, boy, was it spectacular. Louisville Kentucky 1939
Bourke-White's contentious shot taken at a Bread Line during the Louisville flood, Kentucky 1937, paints the picture that the American Dream was perhaps somewhat limited to who could achieve (colorized by Sanna Dullaway)
1939: People standing in line in Louisville, Kentucky. These 53 Colorized Photos Will Change The Way You Look At History... Forever. [STORY]
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36 Realistically Colorized Historical Photos Make the Past Seem Incredibly Real. Photo: Louisville, Kentucky, 1937. Colored by, Sanna Dullaway More at http://forrifarg.se/
28 colorized historical pictures. Funny how much more "real" they make history seem to modern eyes.
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John F. Kennedy talking with a group of miners while campaigning in West Virginia in 1960.