Author: Eclectic Vibes

twixnmix: Boxer Joe Louis and his wife Marva …

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Boxer Joe Louis and his wife Marva Trotter in Harlem on September 25, 1935.

(Original Caption) 9/25/1935-New York, NY: Joe Louis, the ‘Brown Bomber’ of Detroit, shown walking along a Harlem street with his bride, the former Marva Trotter of Chicago whom he married a few hours before Joe knocked out Max Baer of California. As the result of his victory last night, and the one over Primo Carnera early this summer, Joe is the idol of New York’s Harlem. Joe and his bride left New York for Pompton Lakes, scene of the fighter’s training activities. Later they will return to Joe’s home city of Detroit.

Anna May Wong and her brother Richard photogra…

Anna May Wong and her brother Richard photographed by Carl Van Vechten on September 13, 1940.

Debbie Reynolds at home with her children Carr…

Debbie Reynolds at home with her children Carrie Fisher and Todd Fisher, circa 1960.

Photos by

David Sutton

twixnmix: Nancy Wilson photographed by Bobby …

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Nancy Wilson photographed by Bobby Holland, 1983.

Joan Crawford publicity photos for “Chained”…

Joan Crawford publicity photos for “Chained” (1934)

Tina Turner at home in Los Angeles, California…

Tina Turner at home in Los Angeles, California in 1974. On the wall beside her is a painting of her and her husband/musical partner, Ike Turner. 

Photos by Steve Schapiro

twixnmix: O.J. Simpson Polaroids by Andy Warho…

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O.J. Simpson Polaroids by Andy Warhol, 1977.

Michelle Pfeiffer publicity photos for &ldqu…

Michelle Pfeiffer publicity photos for

“B.A.D. Cats” (1979)

Marlon Brando and Marilyn Monroe promoting the…

Marlon Brando and Marilyn Monroe promoting the Actor’s Studio Benefit which was featuring the film “The Rose Tattoo” (1955).  

Photos by Milton H. Greene

twixnmix: Jimi Hendrix, Michelle Phillips, and…

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Jimi Hendrix, Michelle Phillips, and Cass Elliot photographed by Henry Diltz

backstage at the Hollywood Bowl, August 1967.

Jimi Hendrix opened for The Mamas and Papas. He returned as a headliner in 1968.