The Gong Show's lowlight came in 1977, when we saw Have You Got A Nicke, aka AKA the Popsicle Twins, 17-year-old twins eating orange popsicles on stage.
We don't know the identities of the two girls cooling their heels in these 1950s photos. Apparently taken in Philadelphia, the pictures were in a boxlot of found photos.
Illustrations from Nearly Three Hundred Ways To Dress Shop Windows by James Marriot, published in Baltimore, 1889, caught our eye.
In 1980, Chuck Berry spoke to punk zine Jet Lag. Berry talked about his first gig, signing with Leonard Chess's Chess Records, his role as a "teenage historian" and "what the kids are listening to these days".
What if your mugshot photo is the best portrait any professional photographer ever took of you?
Some bright spark has gotten hold of Grace Slick's isolated lead vocals for Jefferson Airplane's White Rabbit
Cornel Lucas (12 September 1920 - 8 November 2012) photographed movie stars. In 1948 Marlene Dietrich sat for him.
William Gedney (1932-1989) spent a night at O'Rourke's bar at Brooklyn, New York, on March 5 1960.
In Newcastle on 22nd of January 1949, 'Mr Steinberg’s Model' was swaddled and tied up.
In Paris soldiers disfigured in the First World War were given new faces fashioned from galvanized copper...