Soviet soldiers of the 60th Army of the First Ukrainian Front opened the gates of Auschwitz Concentration Camp on January 27, 1945.
Newspaper clipping from “The Observer” based on Holocaust history, including what was present, and what had occurred, at the various concentration camps.
Pinned within the history section of the “Language & Literature” building at Central Washington University, Washington State.
Troy, New York, 1905
Frank Rinehart - Portrait of Geronimo
Nez Pierce Chief Lawyer holding an elbow pipe
Willie Dunn - Creation Never Sleeps, Creation Never Dies: The Willie Dunn Anthology
Light in the Attic Records, 2021
Bluey, an Australian cattle dog who lived to be the oldest dog at 29 years (age 105), with her owner ‘Les Hall’
Rochester, Victoria, Australia, 1930′s
Chuck Fishman - Cecil Taylor and Jimmy Carter on the South Lawn of the White House
Washington DC, June 18, 1978
Chuck Fishman - President Jimmy Carter with a crying Charles Mingus, seated in a wheelchair, at the White House Jazz Concert on the South Lawn, Washington, DC, June 18, 1978.
Mingus, who was suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, died 6 months later.
The Maxwell stuck in a “chuckhole” about to be towed in Iowa
Alice Ramsey with her first Maxwell 1908 and driving gear
New York Times, December 27, 1947 (”Big Snow” of 1947)
Andreas Feininger - Record snowfall on West 22nd Street (The Great Blizzard of 1947).
New York City, New York, 1947
Untitled portraits from ‘Harmony Korine and Juergen Teller: William Eggleston 414’
October 6, 2020
Harmony Korine - ‘Untitled’
‘Harmony Korine and Juergen Teller: William Eggleston 414,’ October 6, 2020
Edward “Peanuts Nyasses” Davis, pitcher for the Indian Head Rockets, an all black team, in 1951. Photo from Jay-Dell Mah Collection, courtesy of Ken McCabe.
John Kennedy, player for the Winnipeg Buffaloes. Photo from Jay-Dell Mah Collection, courtesy of Tazena Kennedy.