Photographs by J. C. (John Calvin) Coovert. The photographer was born in Danville, Kentucky, in 1862 and arrived in Greenville, Mississippi, around 1887. Coovert is best known for his photographs of the cotton culture and the Mississippi River.
On 21 August 1911, the painting was stolen from the Louvre. The theft was not discovered until the next day, when painter Louis Béroud walked into the museum and went to the Salon Carré where the Mona Lisa had been on display for five years, only to find four iron pegs on the wall. Béroud
In the 1960’s the phrase “Bra Burning” was well known. People say that very few women actually burned their bras, but many supported those actions. Women burned their bras because they felt that it proved a statement or made a stand for Women’s Rights. Another reason they burned their bras was because it was a
These stunning color photos were taken by photographer Max Leonard that documented everyday life in Britain around 1951-53.