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"Not a Bed of Roses" - Burt Glinn's Photos of the Cuban Revolution (1959) - Flashbak
At Home with the Rolling Stones in 1965 - Flashbak
The Danish photographer Bent Rej, as he once put it, was in the right place at the right time when he started photographing the Rolling Stones. When the band came to Denmark for the first time the promoters were friends of Rej’s and he was able to follow them throughout Scandinavia. He became close friends … Continue reading "At Home with the Rolling Stones in 1965"
Punk Princess: 'Devastatingly Sexy' Portraits of Debbie Harry 1977 to 1988 - Flashbak
In 1977 photographer Brian Aris met Debbie Harry for the first time. After the shoot he filed her in his diary under the heading “punk princess”. “Nobody could have been more surprised than I was when Debbie finally walked into my studio for that initial shoot,” Aris recalls. “No band, no heavy American management … Continue reading "Punk Princess: ‘Devastatingly Sexy’ Portraits of Debbie Harry 1977 to 1988"
The 1950s Cross-Dressers of New York's Casa Sussanna Club - Flashbak
Casa Susanna was a private Hunter, New York, club where 1950s heterosexual men could unwind in female clothing
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17 Colour Snapshots of Birmingham's Bull Ring Market (September 11 1959) - Flashbak
Colour slides of the old Bull Ring market, Birmingham, England, taken on September 11 1959. The last day for street trading was September, 12th 1959. The photographs were taken by Phyllis Nicklin (1913-1969), who was a University of Birmingham geography teacher. She made these colour slides as lecture aids for her lectures on the geography … Continue reading "17 Colour Snapshots of Birmingham’s Bull Ring Market (September 11 1959)"
Che Guevara & La Granma
Cuban Revolution: The Voyage of the Granma by Christopher Minster In November 1956, 82 Cuban rebels piled onto the small yacht Granma and set sail for Cuba to touch off the Cuban Revolution. The ya