“An extension saves unwanted effort when everybody goes outside for fun.” House & garden. July 1960.
Marilyn Monroe in her dressing room on the set of “Let’s Make Love” (1959)
The Southern Belle, flagship of the Kansas City Southern, rumbles over the Arkansas River at Redland, Okla., in September 1960. Louis A. Marre
Model in classic wool suit by Jacques Griffe, 1960 ❤️❤️❤️
منظر طبيعي للطيور في الشتاء من النافذة - للرسام الدنماركي لارس سوان (1913-2002) ، رسمت اللوحة عام 1960.
Birds in the Winter Landscape seen from the Window - Lars Swane, Danish painter, 1960.
Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller on the set of The Misfits, 1960.
This 35mm Kodachrome photograph was taken by William D. Volkmer, who writes: “January 16, 1960. It was about 1 o'clock on a cool, crisp, sunny
Saturday afternoon at the Lake Bluff stop of the Chicago, North Shore
and Milwaukee interurban railroad. The North Shore was one of America’s
very last operating interurbans when I photographed a group of cadets
from the nearby Great Lakes Naval Training Center climbing aboard a
southbound train for a weekend of fun and relaxation in downtown
Chicago. The attentive motorman is keeping an eye on the conductor for
the two-bell start signal while at the same time observing what I was
doing with my camera. The once busy line was abandoned three years
later, almost to the day.”
Princess Grace and Prince Rainier of Monaco dancing cheek to cheek at the Grand Prix Gala in 1960.
Princess Grace and her daughter at the inauguration of the Princess Caroline Library in Monaco, 1960.
Princess Grace at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco on occasion of its 50th anniversary in March, 1960.
South Africa. Stew Testing, 1960
New York, Washington Square Park, c.1960
Princess Grace and Prince Rainier of Monaco with their son, Prince Albert, at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco on occasion of its 50th anniversary in March, 1960.
Marilyn Monroe as Amanda Dell in Let’s Make Love (1960) dir. George Cukor
REMA NELSON, DRUM TEST SHOOT, BATTERSEA PARK, LONDON, 1960
Photo: James Barnor
Here’s BJU’s Dating section from the Student Handbook pre-1975 and post-1960:
Couples may date for the length of time as stated by the Dean of Women’s Office. The length of time is determined by the young lady’s classification (freshmen, sophomore, etc.).
The Social Parlor is a place for student to entertain their visiting friends and a place for couples on the campus to date. IT IS NOT A STUDY HALL. Therefore, books, typewriters, etc. may not be take to the Social Parlor.
Couples are not to be together in any of the public building at any time except the Dining Common, Auditorium and the Student Center.
1960 Gibson Les Paul Junior Doublecut Vintage Electric Guitar Cherry