Drummer Al Bartee in action at the Big Jay McNeely concert, Olympic Auditorium
The Golden Gate Bridge seen through the periscope of a US Navy submarine, 1951
Melvin and Gary Cooper on the film set of "Distant Drums"
Soon-to-be Queen Elizabeth a year before her father passes
Pablo Picasso at a beach restaurant with his then partner, Françoise Gilot (1951, photo by Robert Capra)
Portrait of Brigitte Bardot (age 17) in her Paris flat
George, age 8 in 1951, is front and center above, flanked by his parents, Harold and Louise. His brothers, Harold (left, age 17, better known as Harry) and Peter, are standing.
Brando intently going through his lines on the set of "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951)
Survivant d'Hiroshima, Shigeki Tanaka a remporté le Marathon de Boston en 1951 devant une foule silencieuse
Sightseers park to watch a Stratocruiser taxi across an underpass
Matisse at work on the Chapelle de Rosaire
with a vase by Pablo Picasso at the home of the publisher Tériade, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferra
Russell with Robert Mitchum in His Kind of Woman
Kelly in High Noon, her first major film role
Frank Sinatra and musicians in a studio during a recording session at CBS.
Ronald Reagan practicing with Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Lemon, 1951.
Patrice Munsel, tea thermos handy, curls up and beats time to herself in aria from Fledermaus.
Gregor Piatigorsky unhappily listens to a movement being played back.
Rudolf Serkin, his hair bristling, listens with deep absorption to his Beethoven Emperor Concerto.
Marian Anderson listens doubtfully to her Brahams Alto Rhapsody. But orchestra applauded her.
King Frederick IX of Denmark showing off his tattoos
Princess Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip at a private party in Ottawa
Che Guevara in 1951 [22 years old]
Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion gives a Hanukkah Menorah to President Harry Truman, 1951
Close-up of Big Jay McNeely at his concert at Olympic Auditorium