Poly Styrene dead at 53

Poly Styrene

Poly Styrene aka Marianne Elliot Said. Link to BBC here.

In the Studio #73

Jackie Gleason

Around the World with W. Robert Moore #7

A man paints statues for the tourist trade (Java; 1929)

Watts! #18

The Art of the Panel: Archie #19

from ...A Day In the Life of Ralph Hardy
(by Robert Bernstein and John Rosenberger)
(Adventures of Jaguar #8; September, 1962)

Fun at Bohemian Grove #48

Bohemians surround a painting of Gustav Mahler (1904)

Politicians in Action #56

LBJ and Bob McNamara
President Johnson and SecDef McNamara share an "oh fuck" moment.

The Lunatic Fringe #3

Original Caption:

Lady Wonder the "talking horse" of Richmond, Virginia at her "typewriter". Police confirmed that the horse answers to questions leading them to missing children. The Rhines and William McDougall tested Lady Wonder in 1927 and 1928 and concluded the horse had telepathic ability.

The Art of Jazz #126

Dizzy Gillespie at Newport
(Verve Records; 1957)

Tricky: Scenes from a Life #114

Tricky gazes at the ceiling while being, himself, gazed upon (1972)

Images on Images #5

The Best of Everything
(Jean Negulesco; 1959)

B is for Beaton #31

Tallulah Bankhead

The Art of the Panel: Marvel #29

from In the Blaze of Battle!
(by Stan Lee, John Buscema, Jim Mooney, Sam Rosen and John Romita)
(The Amazing Spider-Man #77; October, 1969)

Action, Now! #19

Original Caption:

New York -- Nuns of the New York Roman Catholic Archdiocese march in orderly lines through the streets of Harlem during a mass demonstration of support for civil rights workers in Selma, AL. Some 300 nuns marched in the demonstration, which included more than 10,000 persons marching up Seventh Avenue, one of the main thoroughfares of the nation's largest Negro community. (1965)

Ben Shahn's American Life #31

Spring (1947)

Mop Tops in Action #44

Ringo does his best John Gilbert

American Logo #2

Adventures in the Official Culture #5

Original Caption:

Washington -- President and Mrs. Kennedy were hosts of a State Dinner at the White House in honor of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi of Iran and Empress Farah. Following the dinner the guests were entertained with a performance of Jerome Robbins' 'Ballets: U.S.A.'. Here the First Lady and the Shah, extreme right, chat with Robbins, extreme left, and a number of the cast. (1962)