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15 Southern Pictures & More 1904 - 1959

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1959. "American Bandstand emcee Dick Clark with teenagers on the set of the show." From color transparencies by Phillip Harrington and Howell Conant for the Look magazine assignment "Dick Clark Talks to Teenagers."
April 1955. "Art Carney, Jackie Gleason, Audrey Meadows, and Joyce Randolph performing skit on television sound stage for The Honeymooners."
Marilyn Monroe in 1953 in Banff, Alberta, visiting Canada to film River of No Return.

January 1939. "Grocery store in Negro section. Homestead, Florida."
1958. "Photos show life in Texas. Coverage is broad. Among the many subjects covered are ranching, rodeos, the Texas State Fair." Somewhere in there was this buckaroo and his Buick.
The Knoxville, Tennessee, courthouse circa 1903. With signage advising "Keep Off the Grass," "No Loafing," "Drink Hickman's Coffee" and "Chew Ram's Horn Tobacco."
March 1937. "Migrant children from Oklahoma on California highway."
1937. "Charleston, South Carolina. 727 Bay Street." Come in, and watch your step.
May 3, 1955. "Family picnicking and barbecuing outdoors."
Circa 1904. "Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona, Florida." And the surrey with the fringe on top.
Bourbon Street and Ursulines Avenue circa 1925. "New Orleans organ grinder."
Florida circa 1910. "St. George Street, St. Augustine." Where merchants include purveyors of the "Ingersoll Dollar Watch."
Circa 1932. "Bladensfield, Warsaw vicinity, Richmond County, Virginia."
Arlington, Virginia, circa 1935. "Union Paving Co. -- Paving in Arlington National Cemetery." On the left, a Buffalo Springfield steamroller that's the real deal, actually powered by steam.
Florida circa 1905. "Palm Beach Hotel." Offering various modes of transport, including chairs that rock and ones that roll.
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