Final resting place of this French Horror of Dracula poster.
Marilyn Monroe on the set of Some Like It Hot, 1958.
Peanuts, December 11, 1953
Bernard Buffet ‘Compotier aux Fruits’ 1958.
Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Spider - 1958 by Perico001 Chassis n° 0720TR
Coachwork by Scaglietti
300 PS @ 7.200 rpm
Vmax : 280 km/h
IAA Heritage by Motorworld
Internationale Automobil Ausstellung
Duitsland - Germany
September 2019 https://flic.kr/p/2hTmf5h
Anna Magnani - 1958
1958 Rambler Custom Six 4dr Sedan
A 1:43 scale model issued by NEO Scale Models. It is crafted in resin.
“Along with ukulele lessons I have to take, I’m learning three songs from the 1920 period. I’ll bring the recordings home with me so you can get an idea of how they went.” - Marilyn Monroe in a letter to step-daughter, Jane Miller, during the pre-production for Some Like It Hot (1958).
Paul Delvaux, Landscape with Lanterns, 1958
Producer and radio host Ralph Edwards chats with actress
Marilyn Monroe as she stands on a base on a baseball field in 1958.
(Photo by Frank Worth, Courtesy of Emage International/Getty Images)
007 Timeline. Start of the Live And Let Die James Bond comic strip adaption in the Daily Express newspaper. Written by Henry Gammidge, art by John McLusky. Published from December 15th, 1958
Nobu McCarthy, 1958
Las Vegas, December 1958
Ansochrome slides, VLV