Bob Hope is seen with actress Helen Wood in this 1938 gagshot of him climbing out of a chimney.
the first Chinese American movie star
Dorothy Lamour and Jiggs on the set of Her Jungle Love, 1938
Sam Fuller when he worked as a crime reporter
in a continuity photo to note hair/makeup/tears during production of Gone with the Wind
Frank Sinatra takes a mirror selfie, 1938.
taking a break from filming "The Wizard of Oz"
Portrait of James Dean in Los Angeles around 1938 (age 7)
photographed by Louise Dahl-Wolfe
Preston North End's Bill Shankly at home listening to the radio
Portrait of Anna May Wong, the first Chinese American movie star, in the film Dangerous to Know
Robert Montgomery with his Cadillac Sport Phaeton
Eva Justin interviews a Roma woman about her family and ancestry
Dr. Ritter takes a blood sample from a Roma woman
Sophie Ehrhardt of the Racial Hygiene Research Center conducts an interview with an elderly Roma woman.
A local girl pinning a flower on a German soldier’s uniform in Olbersdorf, as Nazi forces occupy the Sudetenland.
Physicist Katharine Burr Blodgett (1898-1979) demonstrating equipment in lab
Two boys play-fight while other children look on. Harlem was a bustling cultural center, home to two thirds of New York City’s African-American population.
looks at the face of the statue. Mussolini looks at a different part of the statue. Gelleria Borghese,
Harlem was a bustling cultural center, home to two thirds of New York City’s African-American population.