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When Harlem Was by Eric Bowman

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the60sbazaar:

Warhol superstars Viva and International Velvet 

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Warhol superstars Viva and International Velvet 

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Aerial view of Midtown Manhattan looking south with smog. July 1943 (via)

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Car cemetery in Saint-Leger in Wallonie, Belgium

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Illustration: Chas Allen

1964 Corvair Monza Spyder convertible

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behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: July 5, 1969 - The Rolling Stones perform a free concert in Hyde Park in London before a crowd of over 250,000 fans, paying tribute to former bandmate Brian Jones who died just two days earlier. The band’s hour long set will be filmed by Granada Television and shown on UK TV. The band will also use the occasion to publicly introduce Jones’ replacement, guitarist Mick Taylor. The band will also perform their new single “Honky Tonk Women” for the first time publicly at this show. They will also debut the songs “Midnight Rambler” and “Love In Vain” from the then unreleased “Let It Bleed” album as well as “Give Me A Drink” which will surface on “Exile On Main Street” three years later.

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Janis Joplin 
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regatta round lake constance

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Original poster for the 1969 release of Easy Rider 

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Original poster for the 1969 release of Easy Rider 

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