Pictures at an Exhibition

Collection by Debbie Bee

Debbie Bee
World Trade Center, Twin Towers NY. "Never Forget" God bless America. World Trade Center, Trade Centre, Lest We Forget, Never Forget, Don't Forget, American Photo, American History, 11 September 2001, Moslem

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 Kennedy sits with Vel Phillips, during a rally at Shrine Auditorium led by the Rev. urging a civil rights plank in the Democratic platform. Los Kennedy, John F Kennedy, Jack Kerouac, Jon Stewart, Robin Williams, Churchill, Robert Downey Jr., Non Plus Ultra, Civil Rights Movement

Larry Harnisch of the Los Angeles Times reflects on Los Angeles history in the Daily Mirror blog. Whether it's crime, politics, Hollywood, sports, books or music, you can explore the past at the Daily Mirror.

gay power, black power, women power, student power, all power to the people. I think this sums up this board pretty well. Black Power, Power To The People, Intersectional Feminism, We Are The World, Thats The Way, Social Justice, Powerful Women, Girl Power, Woman Power


Protestor at gay rights demonstration, Weinstein Hall, NYU campus, 1970 (Photograph by Diana Davies, Diana Davies Papers), NY Public Library Schwartzman Research Branch.

Fernando Parrado, now was only 22 when he was in a plane crash that left 16 survivors in the Andes Mountains for 72 days. Forty-five years on, Mr Parrado retells his incredible story of survival. Paranormal, Religion, Interesting History, World History, Macabre, Historical Photos, In This World, Fun Facts, Ghosts

Actual photo of survivors of the Andes plane crash in 1972. Note the human spinal column picked clean in the lower right...

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it's only a statue I explained to her what happened to her ancestors and she gave him a hug and said it's gonna be alright. Slavery, little girl Religions Du Monde, Cultures Du Monde, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Kings & Queens, Afro, By Any Means Necessary, Black Pride, My Black Is Beautiful

A mother explained to her daughter wat had happened to her ancestors and she gave the statue a hug and said everything is going to be OK.

photo - Jim Routon hugs Hezekiah Darbon at Briarwood Elementary school after a tornado destroyed the school in south OKC Oklahoma City, OK, Monday, May Near SW and Hudson. By Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman I Smile, Make Me Smile, Oklahoma Tornado, Oklahoma City, Travel Oklahoma, Hugs, Human Kindness, Cool Mom Picks, Faith In Humanity Restored

'He calls me big dog... I call him little dog': Neighbors whose joyful tornado reunion was caught in iconic 'hug seen around the world' image reveal their touching bond

It has been described as the hug seen around the world - the wonderful moment that Jim Routon discovered his seven year old neighbor Hezekiah Darbon had survived the Oklahoma tornado and scooped him up in his arms.

The Statue of Liberty was actually a gift from France. In 1883 while the statue was being built in France, the head was put on display in a public park in Paris. This unusual picture shows what it looked like while on display in Paris. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Rare Photos, Photos Rares, Famous Landmarks, Foto Art, World's Fair, Interesting History, World History

The Statue of Liberty in France and other locations prior to final assembly.

Found this cool black fly with nice orange stripes. Spider is holding it still for me. Photo by Sam Donato Pictures At An Exhibition, Black Fly, Photo Black, Wildlife, Spiders, Stripes, Animals, Bugs, Photograph

Found this cool black fly with nice orange stripes. Spider is holding it still for me. Photo by Sam Donato #SamDonato