Newsweek: May 10, 1965 – Jean Shrimpton

Newsweek: May 10, 1965 - Jean Shrimpton

Us Combat troops in Santo Domingo…Civil Rights – Martin Luther King’s voting- rights march from Selma to Montgomery comes under attack…Seattle earthquake…20 years later – a New Germany?…the Mets pitcher Warren Spahn…Willie Shoemaker and Lucky Debonair win the Kentucky Derby…Voice of a Generation – Edward R. Murrow …new boom for Steel…The nations quickly moving moving industry…The Bondanza – 007, creates a bonanza for Ian Fleming’s heirs – from shoes to shaving cream…News Girl Gloria Steinem…Charles Ives…The National Gallery’s Chester Dale bequest…the new math – does it really add up? Jean Seberg – “Backfire.” More…

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  1. […] An astonishingly elegant Newsweek cover from 1965, featuring the British model, Jean Shrimpton–and a refreshingly off-center […]

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