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  1. Melba Liston on Art Ford’s Jazz Party, a television program broadcast from Newark, New Jersey, 1958 Melba Liston on Art Ford’s Jazz Party, a television program broadcast from Newark, New Jersey, 1958

    Melba Liston on Art Ford’s Jazz Party, a television program broadcast from Newark, New Jersey, 1958

  2. Vancouver, 1969. By Fred Herzog. Vancouver, 1969. By Fred Herzog.

    Vancouver, 1969. By Fred Herzog.

  3. Excerpts from USS VD: Ship of Shame, 1942

  4. "Miss Fire Prevention" Peggy Quade and Dodgers pitcher Don Sutton in a dugout meeting with Smokey, September 9, 1971. "Miss Fire Prevention" Peggy Quade and Dodgers pitcher Don Sutton in a dugout meeting with Smokey, September 9, 1971.

    "Miss Fire Prevention" Peggy Quade and Dodgers pitcher Don Sutton in a dugout meeting with Smokey, September 9, 1971.

  5. Rodney in repose, 1980s Rodney in repose, 1980s

    Rodney in repose, 1980s

  6. Hans Baldung, “Study of an Old Woman” (also known as “The Hag” or “The Witch”), c.1535  Hans Baldung, “Study of an Old Woman” (also known as “The Hag” or “The Witch”), c.1535 

    Hans Baldung, “Study of an Old Woman” (also known as “The Hag” or “The Witch”), c.1535 

  7. Joseph Mallord William Turner, “Venice: Lightning behind the Campanile of San Marco, from the Roof of the Hotel Europa,” c.1840 Joseph Mallord William Turner, “Venice: Lightning behind the Campanile of San Marco, from the Roof of the Hotel Europa,” c.1840

    Joseph Mallord William Turner, “Venice: Lightning behind the Campanile of San Marco, from the Roof of the Hotel Europa,” c.1840

  8. Swedish poster for A Night In Cairo, 1933 Swedish poster for A Night In Cairo, 1933

    Swedish poster for A Night In Cairo, 1933

  9. Marlon Brando gave the nation a rare peek into his home Friday, April 1 when Edward R. Murrow visited the Academy Award winner in the Latter’s Hollywood home, via a remote telecast originating in New York City over the CBS Television Network. Picture shows the “Oscar” winner playing his bongo drums accompanied by his friend, Jack Costanzo, a professional musician.
April 2, 1955 Marlon Brando gave the nation a rare peek into his home Friday, April 1 when Edward R. Murrow visited the Academy Award winner in the Latter’s Hollywood home, via a remote telecast originating in New York City over the CBS Television Network. Picture shows the “Oscar” winner playing his bongo drums accompanied by his friend, Jack Costanzo, a professional musician.
April 2, 1955

    Marlon Brando gave the nation a rare peek into his home Friday, April 1 when Edward R. Murrow visited the Academy Award winner in the Latter’s Hollywood home, via a remote telecast originating in New York City over the CBS Television Network. Picture shows the “Oscar” winner playing his bongo drums accompanied by his friend, Jack Costanzo, a professional musician.

    April 2, 1955