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Paris France: c1900 Lab of Marie Curie 1867-1934 and Pierre Curie 1859-1906. Her experiments led to the discovery of radium.  ©World History Archive / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Paris France: c1900 Lab of Marie Curie 1867-1934 and Pierre Curie 1859-1906. Her experiments led to the discovery of radium. ©World History Archive / TopFoto / The Image Works
PERU IN 1753 - A typical scene in the Peruvian countryside, with a Mulatto woman on a horse, a caleche (coach) a llama, a vicuna, a huanaco, and various racial types  ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ The Image Works
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PERU IN 1753 - A typical scene in the Peruvian countryside, with a Mulatto woman on a horse, a caleche (coach) a llama, a vicuna, a huanaco, and various racial types ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ The Image Works
Gwen Verdon has a warm greeting for TV star Bud Collyer (left) and Lehman Engel  - musical director of "Do Re Mi", as they meet at Sardi's Restaurant, N.Y. 11 April 1961 © TopFoto / The Image Works
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Gwen Verdon has a warm greeting for TV star Bud Collyer (left) and Lehman Engel - musical director of "Do Re Mi", as they meet at Sardi's Restaurant, N.Y. 11 April 1961
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ALICE [US 1990] GWEN VERDON © Ronald Grant Archive / Topfoto / The Image Works
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ALICE [US 1990] GWEN VERDON
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Movie version of DAMN YANKEES! [US 1958] aka WHAT LOLA WANTS [British release title] TAB HUNTER, GWEN VERDON, WARNER BROS © Ronald Grant Archive / Topfoto / The Image Works
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Movie version of DAMN YANKEES! [US 1958]
aka WHAT LOLA WANTS [British release title]
TAB HUNTER, GWEN VERDON, WARNER BROS
© Ronald Grant Archive / Topfoto / The Image Works
GWEN VERDON poster. © Ronald Grant Archive / Topfoto / The Image Works
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GWEN VERDON poster.
© Ronald Grant Archive / Topfoto / The Image Works
Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon in Damn Yankees. c1955 © Ronald Grant Archive / Topfoto / The Image Works
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Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon in Damn Yankees. c1955
© Ronald Grant Archive / Topfoto / The Image Works
At the zoo, Llama. 29 May 1920 ©  TopFoto / The Image Works
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At the zoo, Llama. 29 May 1920
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At the zoo Young llama and its mother, 28th August, 1923.  ©  TopFoto / The Image Works
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At the zoo
Young llama and its mother, 28th August, 1923. © TopFoto / The Image Works























CROSBY STILLS NASH AND YOUNG. 1974 © Photoshot / TopFoto / The Image Works
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CROSBY STILLS NASH AND YOUNG. 1974
© Photoshot / TopFoto / The Image Works
Paris, France: July 1938. Evian's committee for the emigration of the Jews. Conference in Orsay's quay, with Henri Bérenger, Lord Winterton, Myron Taylor ( USA), etc. © Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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Paris, France: July 1938. Evian's committee for the emigration of the Jews. Conference in Orsay's quay, with Henri Bérenger, Lord Winterton, Myron Taylor ( USA), etc. © Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
Singen Baden-Wuerttemberg Germany: 1935. The announcement of the so-called Nuremberg Laws was intended as the highlight of the Rally of Freedom in Nuremberg. The Reichstag met on the evening of 15 September 1935 for a session outside the Party Rally Grounds in the house of the Cultural Association at Frauentorgraben.There the Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler declared in a foreign and domestic political speech the 'racial laws': the 'Reich Citizenship Law' and the 'Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honour'.The racial laws broadened the quasi-legal basis for the discrimination and persecution of Jews in Germany. The picture shows the Reichstag full with National Socialists, who at the end of the session sing the Horst Wessel Song with Hitler salute. ©SZ Photo / Scherl / The Image Works
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Singen Baden-Wuerttemberg Germany: 1935. The announcement of the so-called Nuremberg Laws was intended as the highlight of the Rally of Freedom in Nuremberg. The Reichstag met on the evening of 15 September 1935 for a session outside the Party Rally Grounds in the house of the Cultural Association at Frauentorgraben.There the Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler declared in a foreign and domestic political speech the 'racial laws': the 'Reich Citizenship Law' and the 'Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honour'.The racial laws broadened the quasi-legal basis for the discrimination and persecution of Jews in Germany. The picture shows the Reichstag full with National Socialists, who at the end of the session sing the Horst Wessel Song with Hitler salute. ©SZ Photo / Scherl / The Image Works
Lvov, Ukraine: Yanovsky death camp Sonderkommando at the special bone crusher machine. The Sonderkommando was in charge of burning the bodies and crushing the bones to eliminate any trace of the Nazi crimes.   © Sputnik / RIA-Novosti / The Image Works
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Lvov, Ukraine: Yanovsky death camp Sonderkommando at the special bone crusher machine. The Sonderkommando was in charge of burning the bodies and crushing the bones to eliminate any trace of the Nazi crimes. © Sputnik / RIA-Novosti / The Image Works
LINDA RONSTADT live in concert, 1974 © Ian Dickson / ArenaPAL / The Image Works
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LINDA RONSTADT live in concert, 1974
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Linda Ronstadt.  © TopFoto / The Image Works
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Linda Ronstadt. © TopFoto / The Image Works
Vietnam War - Soldier. #5208 ©Mark Godfrey/The Image Works  BGFY0065
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Vietnam War - Soldier. #5208 ©Mark Godfrey/The Image Works BGFY0065
Gay rights rally.  1960s/1970s.  ©Charles Gatewood / The Image Works
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Gay rights rally. 1960s/1970s. ©Charles Gatewood / The Image Works
Germany: September 19, 1952. Lothar Malskat 1913-1988. Painter and art forger. Lübeck commission of inquiry in the Lübeck Marienkirche: Professor Scheeper (in the white coat), there as a member of the Commission, some of the reviewed controversial paintings. Restorer Fey leaving the scaffold; right malskat with a camera.   ©ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Germany: September 19, 1952. Lothar Malskat 1913-1988. Painter and art forger. Lübeck commission of inquiry in the Lübeck Marienkirche: Professor Scheeper (in the white coat), there as a member of the Commission, some of the reviewed controversial paintings. Restorer Fey leaving the scaffold; right malskat with a camera. ©ullstein bild / The Image Works

King and Queen tour Dominion offices, October 1939 - King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) leave New Zealand House via its sandbagged entrance, during a tour of Dominion offices.  Other offices visited were those of South Africa and India.   © ILN/Mary Evans / The Image Works
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King and Queen tour Dominion offices, October 1939 - King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) leave New Zealand House via its sandbagged entrance, during a tour of Dominion offices. Other offices visited were those of South Africa and India. © ILN/Mary Evans / The Image Works
Bethel, NY: 1969. Organizer of Woodstock Festival, Michael Lang. ©Henry Diltz / The Image Works
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Bethel, NY: 1969. Organizer of Woodstock Festival, Michael Lang. ©Henry Diltz / The Image Works
New York, New York, June 1971: Christopher Street Gay Liberation Day March. ©Ellen Shumsky / The Image Works
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New York, New York, June 1971: Christopher Street Gay Liberation Day March. ©Ellen Shumsky / The Image Works
New York, New York: Christopher Street Liberation Day, Gay Pride March. Marching band. June 1973.   ©Ellen Shumsky / The Image Works
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New York, New York: Christopher Street Liberation Day, Gay Pride March. Marching band. June 1973. ©Ellen Shumsky / The Image Works
New York, New York:  Christopher Street Liberation Day, Gay Pride March. June 25, 1972.  Two women and a child  carrying sign saying "Gay Mothers Unite."  ©Ellen Shumsky / The Image Works
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New York, New York: Christopher Street Liberation Day, Gay Pride March. June 25, 1972. Two women and a child carrying sign saying "Gay Mothers Unite." ©Ellen Shumsky / The Image Works
New York, NY: June 22, 1938. The referee is counting the seconds at the heavyweight boxing match for the title of the World Champion between Joe Louis (in the corner) and Max Schmeling (on his knees). New York Yankee Stadium.  ©Imagno / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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New York, NY: June 22, 1938. The referee is counting the seconds at the heavyweight boxing match for the title of the World Champion between Joe Louis (in the corner) and Max Schmeling (on his knees). New York Yankee Stadium. ©Imagno / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Berlin, Germany: April 30, 1945. World War II: Soviet occupation of Berlin. Red army soldiers place the Soviet Union flag on the top of the Reichstag. Evgeny Khaldei photographer.  © Iberfoto / The Image Works This image may be subject to copyright. Use of this image may require you to obtain further clearance from artist or artist's representative.
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Berlin, Germany: April 30, 1945. World War II: Soviet occupation of Berlin. Red army soldiers place the Soviet Union flag on the top of the Reichstag. Evgeny Khaldei photographer. © Iberfoto / The Image Works
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