A picture of a group of men in a wagon returning home after working in the fields. The picture was taken in 1936, so this would have been in the midst of the hard times of the depression. The picture was taken in Arkansas.
Love this beach scene. It was taken at Daytona Beach in 1904. It just seems like things were so serene back in those days. Everyone looks polite, and no one looks in a hurry.
Sun’s fading gold tints the sky as fishermen begin a night’s work near Novi. Kerosene lantern on the boat’s bow lures fish, and a long-handled spear impales them.
National Geographic - February, 1962
Roman Polanski, Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes on the set of Rosemary’s baby.
by Bob Willoughby
mamie van doren