Architect Eero Saarinen, designer of the St. Louis Gateway Arch.
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Protester against Hubert Humphrey’s 1968 presidential candidacy, October 1968, NYC. (The Vietnam War was seen as a “Democrat-owned” war at this time.)
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Alice Neel (1900-1984) “A true Greenwich Village bohemian …[who] made an extraordinary body of work, from the 1920s into the 1980s. (link)
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Young man in curlers, in his 20th Street apartment, NYC, by Diane Arbus
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by LeRoy Henderson, “Anti-Vietnam War Series, New York,” 1968.
Marty Williams, 8, of Harlem, receives congratulations from Gov. Nelson Rockefeller for his talented piano playing after the governor presented the first annual New York State Award at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., on Tuesday, May 17, 1966. Williams represented the St. James Community Center in Harlem, one of 10 organizations to be honored for physical and artistic enhancement of the state. (AP Photo/Charles Harrity)
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