Palm trees and high waters–blend into so-cool LA mid-1960s style, featuring dashes of skinhead, mod and ivy league looks.
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Chuvash “Girls’ Beer” Tradition
The Republic of Chuvash, or Chuvashia, is a Republic in the center of European Russia.
The cover for the April 26, 1943 issue of LIFE featured “Jango” Helen Almy being capped after successfully completing junior nurses aide project operating in Washington’s Doctor’s Hospital.
In the late 1940s American girls (and boys) spice up Heidelberg, Germany in an unruly mix of saddle shoes and lederhosen.
Malala Yousafzai, In Struggle
“Sometimes I imagine I’m going along and the Taliban stop me.
Rwandan Students at Home
Mark Robbins traveled to Kigali, Rwanda from upstate New York to stay with a friend, Yutaka Sho, who was teaching at the Kigali Institute of Science and Technology in the summer of 2011.
Yearbook covers of American schools in the Saudi Aramco American compounds of the Saudi Arabian Eastern Province.
Age of Adolescence
“The world of the adolescent is totally interlaced within itself and incapable of freeing itself…it whirls, rolls, and engulfs what it is allowed to engulf.”
Three teens, Emma Axelrod, Elena Tsemberis and Sammi Siegel recently launched a successful campaign to have a female moderator for the 2012 presidential debates.
One young Sullivan High School illustrator set out to draw every senior in the class of 1946.