Adolf Hitler in 1935.
People line up to identify victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in March, 1911.
Zero Mostel in 1955.
Roald Dahl, his wife Patricia Neal and their children in 1964.
Molly Picon in 1955.
Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe, photographed in 1956.
British director Alfred Hitchcock directs American actor Tippi Hedren while she sits in front of a typewriter on the set of his film, ‘Marnie’.
Alicia Markova appears in a Ballet Russe production of “Rouge Et Noir.”
50 Years Ago: Philosopher Bertrand Russell called out Nikita Khrushchev (above) for denying that there was anti-Semitism in the USSR.
50 Years Ago: American neo-Nazis march against Communism while police officers guard against violence.
The Irony of Eisner: His premiership was prematurely curtailed when he was assassinated on his way to resign.