Category: history

Malcolm X photographed by Morris Warman during an interview on June 26, 1963.


Muhammad Ali signing autographs with

Malcolm X in Harlem, March 1964.


Vintage R&B Concert Posters

  1. Memorial Auditorium (Chattanooga, Tennessee) – September 27, 1955 
  2. Memorial Auditorium (Chattanooga, Tennessee) – August 8, 1957 
  3. Howard High School (Chattanooga, Tennessee) – April 4, 1960
  4. Royal Theatre (Baltimore, Maryland) – October 18, 1963

  5. Civic Auditorium (Albuquerque, New Mexico) – May 2, 1964 
  6. Auditorium Macon (Macon, Georgia) – August 1, 1964

  7. Charleston County Hall (Charleston, South Carolina) – April 21, 1965   
  8. Ellis Memorial Auditorium (Memphis, Tennessee) – August 6, 1966 
  9. Wooden Shoe Ballroom (Portland, Oregon) – March 5, 1967 
  10. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, North Carolina) – April 28, 1968 


Malcolm X photographed by John Launois in Cairo, August 1964.

The Mississippi Blues Trail

  1. Robert Johnson (Greenwood, MS)
  2. Ike Turner (Clarksdale, MS)
  3. Howlin’ Wolf (West Point, MS)
  4. B.B. King (Berclair, MS)
  5. Otis Rush (Philadelphia, MS)
  6. Son House (Tunica, MS)
  7. Muddy Waters (Rolling Fork, MS)
  8. Albert King (Indianola, MS)
  9. Bo Diddley (McComb, MS)
  10. Elvis Presley (Tupelo, MS)


Muhammad Ali celebrating with Malcolm X at the Hampton House in Miami after he won the World Heavyweight Championship against Sonny Liston on February 25, 1964.

Photos by Bob Gomel


Boxer Jack Johnson with his wife Etta Duryea in London for the coronation of King George V in 1911.

Etta Duryea was Jack Johnson’s first wife, they married in 1911. She was a


Brooklyn society woman. Jack’s infidelity, his abusive behavior and the hostile reaction of the public caused her to became depressed. He once beat her so badly that she was hospitalized.

She committed suicide in 1912. When Jack died in 1946, his wife

Irene Pineau

buried him in Chicago next to Etta. 


Senator John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie Kennedy photographed by

Yousuf Karsh, 1957.  


Co-founder of the Black Panther Party, Huey P. Newton in 1971.


Che Guevara during the filming of Historias de la Revolucion (1960)

Photos by Arturo Zavattini