Veronica Lake Seen From Above

Veronica Lake Seen From Above

Have you ever seen the queen of blonde manes from above? No?
This image by Bob Landry was also new to us.
Victoria Lake used to be very populair for her hair but this picture is next level hair adoration……Veronica Lake Seen From Above“View looking down on the glorious, wavy honey-blond hair of actress Veronica Lake as she shows that it is parted on the left side, at home. (Photo by Bob Landry/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images)” (Image via GettyImages)

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Olympic Games 1968 Mexico

black power salute mexico games 1968

Olympic summer games 1968 in Mexico: black power salute: U.S. athletes Tommie Smith, center, and John Carlos stare downward saluting during the playing of the Star Spangled Banner  in Mexico City on Oct. 16, 1968.  (AP Photo/FILE) Smith and Carlos, 1st and 3rd in the 200m,  also showed their solidarity for the Black Panther movement by wearing gloves, they also wore no shoes to protest black poverty, and beads around their necks to protest lynching. Within hours, they were stripped of their medals and sent home. (more)
Greene mexico 1968bob beamon 1968 mexicoLeft; GREENE, bronze medalist in the 100 m race, demonstrating against US race discrimination by clutching his fist on the podium. 1968. Right; Bob BEAMON, winner of the long jump, receiving the gold medal. He jumped at lenght 8 m 90, improve upon the world best reference by 55 cm
Lee evans 1968
Lee EVANS, winner of the 400 m in 43,86 sec. 1968.  All black and white photo’s above by ©Raymond Depardon/Magnum Photos

I couldn’t find a recording of just the salute. Though this clip is very interesting, “the salute” doesn’t come with the original sound, wich makes it less powerful than it was in panther party
Black Panther Party/