taken from the Robert F. Kennedy funeral train, 1968. © Paul Fusco / Magnum Photos

A family in Harmans, Maryland, pays their respects as Robert Kennedy’s funeral procession passes by on its way to Washington, D. Photograph by Paul Fusco/Magnum.

Iconic landmark: A tugboat docked on the Thames near Tower Bridge in heavy smog in December 1952

Pea souper that killed 12,000: So black you couldn't see the screen in cinemas. So suffocatingly lethal they ran out of coffins. How the Great Smog choked London 60 years ago this week

“Gimme Some Skin,” And Here's the Top 12 Slang Words of the '60s

“Gimme Some Skin,” And Here's the Top 12 Slang Words of the

Chomping on a cigar, Edward in hiding... with a VERY bitter Wallis

Chomping on a cigar, Edward in hiding... with a VERY bitter Wallis

Wallis, Duchess of Windsor, (formally Wallis Simpson. Edward, Duke of Windsor, (formally H.

on june 8th, 1968, Paul Fusco, RFK Funeral Train

Time photo essay the things they carried The Things They Carry. Tim O'Brien wrote that what G.'s carried into battle was determined by necessity. Get TIME the way you want it.

Marina Ginesta, a 17-year-old communist militant, overlooking Barcelona from Hotel Colón during the Spanish Civil War, July 1936

Marina Ginesta, a communist militant, overlooking Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War, 1936 “Marina Ginestà, aged overlooking Barcelona from Hotel Colón. She worked as a.

Toronto, Ontario in September 1961

Men and women crossing the street near the Canadian Bank of Commerce in Toronto Ontario.

Paul Fusco - Robert Kennedy Funeral Train, USA, 1968.

© Paul Fusco, June RFK Funeral Train Robert F. Kennedy’s death shook the country to its core and for millions of Americans, including Paul Fusco, seemed to represent the end of hope. In Fusco was a staff photographer for Look magazine.

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