Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father and the only surviving member of the Frank family revisiting the attic they spent the war in, May 3, 1960
Nazi Rally being held at the “Cathedral of Light” in Nuremberg. Designed by Albert Speer, the “cathedral” actually consisted of 152 anti-aircraft searchlights, at intervals of 12 metres, aimed skyward to create a series of vertical bars surrounding the audience. 1930’s.
The morning after a long night awaiting a Viet Cong attack that never came. 40 miles East of Saigon, Vietnam, 1965
Harry Houdini stands in chains at the edge of a pier ready to dive into the water in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1906
Marilyn Monroe 1940s
In this Thursday, June 21, 1967 file photo, Judy Smith, wearing face paint and flowers in her hair, smiles as she and others gather at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Fifty years ago, throngs of American youth descended on San Francisco to join a cultural revolution.
Jackie Cooper, the child actor, photographed as he arrived back home in Hollywood, Calif., June 2, 1932, after a stage tour in the East.
Two workmen eat their lunch beside their excavation on fashionable Fifth Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets in New York, June 8, 1948.
“Be prepared” is the motto of petite Doris Sherrell, vocalist and dancer with “Blackouts of 1942”. In the event of a bombing, the young lady had her social security number tattooed on one leg by artist Jack Julian, and address placed on the other limb for means of identification in Los Angeles, September 29, 1942.
John Potter, of Pebmarsh, England, puts a thatched top on his second-hand car that came without a top on June 2, 1964. Potter, whose family has been thatchers for generations, decided to create his own top when he was asked to pay 40 pounds for a top for the car that he paid 25 pounds to buy.