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Page spreads for Frank Sinatra feature, LIFE magazine, April 23, 1965. [NOTE: This slide is best viewed in Full Screen mode

Page spreads for Frank Sinatra feature, LIFE magazine, April [NOTE: This slide is best viewed in Full Screen mode

John Bulmer - Nelson, Lancashire (1960)  As the mills closed, many of Nelson's young people moved away, leaving large numbers of middle-aged unemployed people. A woman, still wearing her traditional wooden mill clogs while cleaning a gate post, captures the pride that many older residents still had in the town

North faces: John Bulmer's photographs of life in northern England

John Bulmer - Nelson, Lancashire 1960 after the mills closed down

Grand Canyon 1947 | Going Deep: LIFE at Grand Canyon National Park | LIFE.com

Going Deep: LIFE at Grand Canyon National Park

LIFE Magazine / Ragged Greek Children

These Greek children are from Makri, a village burned and looted by the Germans. It was 50 miles from Distomo.

Judging by the statistics, the national focus on the troubled plight of Black boys with initiatives like President Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” may be missing a real crisis that’s hidden in plain sight: Black girls are treated even more harshly in American schools than Black boys when compared to their white counterparts—leading to them now …

Resegregation: Sixty years after Brown v. Board of Education, the schools in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, show how separate and unequal education is coming back.

The Statue of Liberty, photographed during a blackout in 1942 — an eloquent expression of the nation's mood in the first full year of a global conflict with no real end in sight.

The Statue of Liberty, photographed during a blackout in 1942 — an eloquent expression of the nation’s mood in the first full year of a global conflict with no real end in sight. Read more:.

Mexico City in time  ::    The employees of any office building prepared for watching President John F. Kennedy on a tour of the city. There are plenty of refreshments and even binoculars in an event that only happen once. Picture: Life Magazine, June 1962

Mexico City in time :: The employees of any office building prepared for watching President John F. There are plenty of refreshments and even binoculars in an event that only happen once.

F Scott and Scottie Fitzgerald - 1924 - The Riviera, France - Photo published: Life Magazine in 1964 - @~ Watsonette

Scott Fitzgerald with his daughter, Frances Scott 'Scottie' Fitzgerald, in 1924

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