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midcenturymodernfreak:

Portraits of Jazz Legends | Photos: Eliot Elisofon - Via

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theniftyfifties:

3rd Ave elevated train near 57th Street. New York City. 1952.. Photo by Vivian Maier

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romansva:

" Unreal Estate " by Tim Doyle

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theniftyfifties:

Marilyn Monroe photographed by John Florea

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nativethoughts:

The Blind Wizard.
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barcemusic:

Nancy Wilson & the George Shearing Quintet: ‘The Things We Did Last Summer)’

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nativethoughts:

George Shearing & Stevie Wonder. Both blind. Both musical geniuses.

nativethoughts:

George Shearing & Stevie Wonder. Both blind. Both musical geniuses.

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pastdaily:

George Shearing - Live At The Hollywood Bowl - 1961 - Past Daily Downbeat

George Shearing – complete with Strings.

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3345rpmz:

• Vinyl Art •

⋅ Turntable Room ⋅

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3345rpmz:

• Vinyl is the Answer • ⋅ Just Keep Playing The Records ⋅ Jimi Hendrix

3345rpmz:

• Vinyl is the Answer •

⋅ Just Keep Playing The Records ⋅
Jimi Hendrix

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jfkpt109:

President Kennedy giving a speech. 

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lancer-lace:

President Kennedy’s address to the nation on September 30, 1962 concerning the admittance of James Meredith into the University of Mississippi. While the President’s speech called for order it did not that stop the violence that night in Oxford, Mississippi. After the riots there were to be several injured and two dead. James Meredith, with the intervention of troops ordered in by Kennedy, registered for classes on October 1, 1962.

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camelotdaydreams:

President John F. Kennedy Speaks During Interview with CBS New Anchor, Walter Cronkite.

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callme-snake:

One of my favorite photos from American history.  This picture of JFK is called The Loneliest Job.  It looks like he is deeply contemplating some deep issues or something but he actually is just reading the newspaper but had to stand up because of his back problems.

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