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HM the Gyalmo, HH Prince Palden, HH Princess Hope

Raymond Loewy Associates, 488 Madison Ave., New York City. Mr. Loewy and secretary

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morton, in Wilmington, North Carolina. Portrait

[Back view of fashion models in swim suits, two kneeling wearing swim fins, and one seated]

[Miss America pageant contestant Yolande Betbeze, full-length portrait, seated on floor, facing front, surrounded by sheet music] / World Telegram photo by Dick DeMarsico.

[Mrs. William W. Remington, half-length portrait, seated, facing left, in Federal Court]

[Persons picketing against the use of tax dollars for the development of nuclear weapons] / World-Telegram photo by F. Palumbo.

Raymond Loewy Associates, 488 Madison Ave., New York City. Mr. Loewy and secretary

Hilda Kassell, E. 53rd St., New York City. Father grinning with daughter, mother chewing the fat in the distance with guest

[Couple in consultation with physician concerning sterility] / World-Telegram photo by Roger Higgins.

Man from "Mars" crosses 40th St. at 5th Ave. / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

Albany St., Pat's Parade route (Fifth Ave.) / World Telegram photo by Roger Higgins.

Prince George Plaza, Hyattsville, Maryland. Entrance section

[New Haven, Connecticut street]

New York City traffic. New York City traffic

[New Haven, Connecticut street]

[Four Miss America candidates: Jacque Baker (Miss Iowa), Linda(?) Mead (Miss Mississippi), Sharon O'Neal (Miss Kansas), Suzie Jackson (Miss Arkansas)] / World-Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

New York City traffic. New York City traffic

[Philippa Schuyler, concert pianist, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly left] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Fred Palumbo.

[New Haven, Connecticut street]

Greek orchestra at Port Said Cafe, 257 W. 29 St., just east of 8 Ave. / Demetrios Kesoglides, news photographer.

[Women working at the U.S. Capitol switchboard, Washington, D.C.]

New York City traffic. New York City traffic

U.S.S.R., Moscow, temporary Russian exhibition

New York City traffic. New York City traffic

[Portrait of Margaret Tynes]

U.S.S.R., Moscow, temporary exhibit of Russian material

New York City traffic. New York City traffic

Montgomery, Alabama. Students of Alabama State College on campus / [TOH].

[Woman holding a child and getting into a car at the Arlington National Cemetery burial of Willard G. Palm, a RB-47 reconnaissance airplane pilot who was shot down by the Russians] / JTB.

[Ticker tape parade for presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon, New York, November 1960]

Ralph Lopez, foreman of a transparent box factory, tells Carmen Zapata how to operate a stamping machine / World Telegram & Sun photo by Phil Stanziola.

[Betty Friedan, half-length portrait, facing right] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Fred Palumbo.

[Women getting into a car, probably the family of Willard G. Palm, a RB-47 reconnaissance airplane pilot who was shot down by the Russians, at Palm's burial at Arlington National Cemetery] / MST.

Best & Co., business on Boylston St., Boston, Massachusetts. Preteens

[Military personnel escorting a hearse, at the Arlington National Cemetery burial of Willard G. Palm, a RB-47 reconnaissance airplane pilot who was shot down by the Russians] / MST.

Reception held at Biltmore Hotel by Sen. and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson / [WKL].

[President Dwight D. Eisenhower standing in automobile, waving to crowds during a ticker tape parade during his visit to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil]

[Women and a man, probably the family of Willard G. Palm, a RB-47 reconnaissance airplane pilot who was shot down by the Russians, at Palm's burial at Arlington National Cemetery] / MST.

New York City views. Seagram's Plaza, from 400 Park Ave. roof

[Head-and-shoulders portrait of Peggy Cass, James Thurber, and Joan Anderson] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Ed Ford.

Grace Downs Airline Hostess School 447 15 Ave., Miss NYC Contest / World Telegram & Sun photo by Phil Stanziola.

[Ann Landers, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Fred Palumbo.

Helena Rubinstein, 655 5th Ave., New York City. Miss Rubinstein II

[Actresses Millette Alexander and Louise King, and nightclub entertainer Ted Lewis, stand outside a giant mailbox stamp selling booth in Times Square, New York City, while Assistant Postmaster Aquiline F. Weierich dispenses stamps from inside booth] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Phyllis Twachtman.

Mrs. Jane Jacobs, chairman of the Comm. to save the West Village holds up documentary evidence at press conference at Lions Head Restaurant at Hudson & Charles Sts / World Telegram & Sun photo by Phil Stanziola.

Rebound Sue Kelly in white and Ann Santorelli of St Johns 15 try for ball / World Telegram & Sun photo by Wm. C. Greene.

Helena Rubinstein, 655 5th Ave., New York City. Miss Rubinstein I

[Mr. and Mrs. Julius Galin greet their granddaughter, Debbie Schneer, with kisses] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Roger Higgins.

Helena Rubinstein, 655 5th Ave. Hairdo, manicure, pedicure

Helena Rubinstein, 655 5th Ave., New York City. Gym class III

Mrs. Jane Jacobs, chairman of the Comm. to save the West Village holds up documentary evidence at press conference at Lions Head Restaurant at Hudson & Charles Sts / World Telegram & Sun photo by Phil Stanziola.

Helena Rubinstein, 655 5th Ave. Facial III

[Portrait of Violette Verdy, in Serenade]

[Mimi Fellers, "Watermelon Queen" from South Carolina and Abe Stark, New York City council president, biting into a watermelon at the Brooklyn Terminal Market] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

Charles S. Colden Auditorium and School, Queens College. General view from the north service road of expressway

55th St. location [55th and Madison]. View II

[Mrs. Constance Motley with Rev. Martin Luther King and William Kunstler]

[Mrs. Constance Motley at a news conference with Medgar Evers and Jack Greenberg]

[Mrs. Constance Motley with Harvey Gantts and W.T. Smith, Jr.]

Hartford, Conn. - Underwood Typewriter Plant - owned by Olivetti

Sneak preview at Astor - Manchurian Candidate / World Telegram & Sun photo by O. Fernandez.

Integration at Ole Miss[issippi] Univ[ersity]. Oxford Miss / MST.

Cosmonaut Titoy, Astronaut Glenn tour D.C.

Titan I base: Denver, Colorado

[Senator Maurine B. Neuberger (D-Ore.), Washington, D.C.]

[Mrs. Lyndon Baines Johnson, bust portrait, facing front]

[Women at Iris Fruit Corp. sort tomatoes for packing at the Brooklyn Terminal Market] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick De Marsico.

Retraining of unemployed workers - Hagerstown, Md [i.e. Oakland, CA]

Rush hour traffic. Cape Canaveral, Fla.

[James Meredith with his attorney Constance Motley]

John J. Lynch, president of the Kings County Trust Co. and chairman of Brooklyn Unity Committee, pins flag on Nancy Meringolo, of Bath Beach / World Telegram & Sun photo by Roger Higgins.

Miss Ellen Lewin shoping in Bleecker St. market / World Telegram & Sun photo by Fred Palumbo.

136-59 37th Ave., Flushing. II

[Cars parked in front of the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

Little Denise Davidson, 5 months old, sleeps peacefully while her mother, Mrs. Donald Davidson, of 278 Clinton St., Bklyn., marches with ban-the-bomb group outside the United Nations to protest resumption of A-[bomb] tests by the United States / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick DeMarsico.

Kennedy's welcome Shah of Iran to W. House

Mood of the country: Iowa

[Barbra Streisand, half-length portrait, facing front] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

[Martha Argerich, full-length portrait, facing front, seated, holding luggage, at Pier 86, after having arrived on the liner Constitution] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick DeMarsico.

Cisqua School, Mount Kisco, New York. Exterior, east facade

[John F. Kennedy motorcade, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963]

[African American woman being carried to police patrol wagon during demonstration in Brooklyn, New York] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick DeMarsico.

Civil rights march on Washington, D.C. / [WKL].

Bevy of girls competing for Miss New York City title for Miss America contest at Grace Darwin Airline Hostess School, 477 First Ave. / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

Sterling National Bank, Lexington Ave. and 40th St., New York City. Exterior

[Cars pass homes in an African American neighborhood, South Dakota Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C.]

[Demonstrators holding signs during the March on Washington, 1963] / MST.

[CARE worker sits behind large stack of mail containing contributions] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Fred Palumbo.

[Marchers with "Metal Local, Corrugated Local" banner at the March on Washington, 1963]

[Mary McCarthy, half-length portrait, facing forward] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Dick DeMarsico.

[Marchers with "Medical Committee for Civil Rights" banner at the March on Washington, 1963]

[Souvenir booklet sales table at the March on Washington, 1963]

[Portrait of Diana Sands, as Adelaide Smith in Tiger, Tiger]

[Young women with signs raised behind them at the March on Washington, 1963]

Liberty Mutual Life Insurance Co., 444 Merrick Rd., Lynbrook, Long Island. Filing space

[Princess Lesia, belly dancer, full-length portrait, facing front] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

[Katherine Dunham, dancer, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, seated at table, eating] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Herman Hiller.

[American Airlines terminal at Idlewild Airport]

Katherine Dunham talks with members of the color guard at Gershwin JHS / World Telegram & Sun photo by Roger Higgins.

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