Category: New York City

Andy Warhol and his crew, shot around Manhatta…

Andy Warhol and his crew, shot around Manhattan’s Lower East Side in 1966, included Ingrid Superstar and Gerard Malanga as part of fashion shoot for the literary magazine East Side Review. The magazine went out of business before the images were even published and as the decades went on, they had been shelved in Fink’s vast archive

twixnmix: Malcolm X with his daughter Qubila…

twixnmix:

Malcolm X with his daughter Qubilah Shabazz

in Harlem

on February 20, 1965.  

He was assassinated the next day at the Audubon Ballroom in front of his wife and children.

(Photos by Duilio Pallottelli)

Phyllis Hyman attends Steven Cohen of the Vill…

Phyllis Hyman attends Steven Cohen of the Village Voice Hosts Party for The Village People on June 30, 1981 at The Underground in New York City.

Keith Haring painting a mural on Houston Str…

Keith Haring painting a mural on Houston Street and Bowery in New York City, 1982.  

(Photos by Martha Cooper)

Diana Ross performing during the second of two…

Diana Ross performing during the second of two nights of her ‘For One and For All’ concert on Central Park’s Great Lawn in New York City on July 22, 1983.

twixnmix:Joey Arias and Klaus Nomi photograp…

twixnmix:

Joey Arias and

Klaus Nomi photographed by Michael Halsband, 1980.

twixnmix: Jimi Hendrix and his girlfriend De…

twixnmix:

Jimi Hendrix and his girlfriend Devon Wilson backstage at the Winter Concert for Peace held at Madison Square Garden in New York City on January 28, 1970.

Photos by Fred W. McDarrah

Ronnie Spector photographed by David Gahr in N…

Ronnie Spector photographed by David Gahr in New York City, March 1977.

Elizabeth Taylor and her husband Eddie Fishe…

Elizabeth Taylor and her husband

Eddie Fisher in the Louis Sherry bar and restaurant at a Metropolitan Opera House opening in New York City, 1959. 

(Photos by Yale Joel/The LIFE Picture Collection)

twixnmix: Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks …

twixnmix:

Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks

and Mary Pickford

promoting the sale of

Liberty Bonds

during

World War 1 at the United States Sub Treasury building (now Federal Hall) in New York City on April 8, 1918.

The three stars appeared together in D.C., New York, and then split up to tour the country on behalf of the Bond Drive.