1970: Shelly Duvall posing for Vogue magazine.
1975: Tim Curry behind the scenes of Rocky Horror Picture Show.
1966: Clint Eastwood on a skateboard in Italy.
1967: Paul Newman, Cool Hand Luke.
1958: Dick Clark surrounded by dancing teenagers, during a taping of American Bandstand.
1981: Lego advertisement.
1914: Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia takes a selfie.
1940: Arm wrestling in Harlem, New York. Photographed by Andreas Feininger.
1959: A young couple window shopping in Tokyo. Photographed by John Dominis.
September 3rd 1967: Sweden changes the side of the road they drive on. At 4.50am as crowds of people gathered to watch, all vehicles on the road were instructed to come to a halt. They were then directed to move carefully from the left side of the road to the right, and wait. At the stroke of 5.00am, following a radio countdown, an announcement was made – “Sweden now has right-hand driving” – and traffic was allowed to resume. Time Magazine called the event “a brief but monumental traffic jam.”
1981: A young couple in Moscow.
1952: Olympic village barber shop, Helsinki.
1976: Carrie Fisher hiding in trash cans on the backlot of the Star Wars set.
1946: Paris artist, Montmartre.
1982: A boy playing an Atari home video game (Donkey Kong?)
1958: Los Angeles.
1948: A boy’s reaction staring at a TV screen for the first time.
1959: Shell hunters in sunglasses examine a lion’s paw, a prized find on Sanibel Island in Florida. Photograph by Paul Zahl.
1952: Italy, in the garden of Pier Francesco Orsini.
1973: Salvador Dali rolls a chopper into his room so he could be inspired by it.