President John F. Kennedy
1961, First director of Peace Corps
appointted by President John F. Kennedy
President Lyndon Johnson
Official LBJ portrait used by the Democratic National Commitee as backdrop at 1964 Convention in Atlantic City, NJ
Vice President Hubert Humphrey
John Lennon & Yoko
Political satirist and humorist with long running column at
"The Washington Post"
Harvard psychologist known for his advocacy of the use of psychedelic drugs. "Turn on, tune in, drop out", T.L
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Founder of Transcendental Meditation program
Reviewing Polaroid shots
Woody Allen - Washington, D.C.
comedian, actor, film director
Grammy winning comedian and satirist best known for his routine "Seven words you can't say on television"
Social and political activist and co-founder of the Youth International Party
Pitching a new dishwasher on set of Today Show.
Barbara Walters and husband
Assignment for Life magazine
The early days of the Today Show N.Y.C.
"All of the Press knew he was going to be moved to another jail, everyone else was watching a different door. I just happened to be looking the right way!", R.S.
First D.C. delegate to House of Representatives. Friend of Rev. Martin Luther King and influential Civil rights leader.
Investigative reporter turned publisher with the I.F. Stone Weekly newsletter. Publicly doubted accuracy of facts put forth by LBJ regarding Gulf of Tonkin incident and harsh critic of U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
NBC news anchor and veteran reporter
Actor, reviewing a film at the Whitehouse during 2 day festval of the arts hosted by Ladybird Johnson. This event fostered the beginning of the National Endowment for the Arts
Gov. George Wallace & Tammy Wynette
"She's singing "Stand by your man." R.S.
Sam Waterston, Charlotte Rampling, & Robie Porter 1969
On the set of the film
British painter, photographer & designer, influencial in "Pop movement" of 1960's.