Photo galleries of women's vintage fashion in the fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties, nineties. Pictures of retro fashion design from 1950 to 1999.
The Trent UFO Photos McMinnville, Oregon - May 11, 1950 Robert Sheaffer - The Debunker's Domain (Revised Sept. 10, 2014) These These are the famous Trent UFO photos, taken in McMinnville, Oregon in 1950. They were investigated and left unresolved by the Condon Report.
The Civil Rights Movement & the Segregation in the 1950's Times were very bad for the African Americans in 1950. They were treated unfairly, and Jim Crows Laws made segregation legal. African Americans were segregated in many ways. The had to use restrooms for blacks only, water fountains for blacks only, and even schools for blacks only.
May 12, 2014 · Irish McCalla, the voluptuous actress best remembered for bringing the comic book Tarzan-like heroine “Sheena, Queen of the Jungle” to television in the 1950s has died. She was 73. McCalla, who became an artist in her later years, died Feb. 1 in a Tucson, Ariz., nursing home of complications following a stroke and her fourth brain tumor.
Dec 31, 2020 · Donald S. Child, of Riverdale, painted Ogden's iconic Swift Building sign in 1950. His daughter, Ranae Porter, has shared selections from his portfolio. Child painted business logos and signs all
Addeddate 2002-07-16 00:00:00 Closed captioning no Collectionid 37012 Color B&W Country United States Identifier Televisi1960 Numeric_id 1068 Proddate ca. 1950s - 1960s
High Quality Vintage Race Car Photos from the 1950s and on for purchase. All photos taken by legendary hall of fame photographer the late Ken Coles. Champ, Midgets, Indy, Stock, Sprint and more. Enjoy!!
General Photographic Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images. Here, people carry newly manufactured tennis balls. In the 1920s, athletic wear was different from the nylon pants we are familiar with now. A football team lined up for a portrait in Winchester, Kentucky, 1921.
Jun 09, 2015 · welcome to chuckman's non-sports trading cards of the 1950s - volume 01 (of 4 volumes) When I was a young boy, I loved the images on these trading cards. In the 1950s, artwork was used instead of photographs, making trading cards stimulating to the imagination and, in some cases, simply beautiful.