Laverne & Shirley This showed aired from January 1976 to May 1983 and was a spin off from Happy Days. See Laverne's initial sweater? Initials on shirts were very popular because of this shows style. I had at least a couple of t-shirts with my initial or name back in 1976. Pat Schwab
8th May, 1945 VE Day in Europe, London Daily Mirror, May 8, 1945. After five years, eight months, and five days of massive devastation, the end of the European phase of WWII was celebrated. Victory in Europe was commemorated with celebrations all around the world in recognition of the unconditional surrender of all German forces, which was signed in Reims, France, the previous day.
life: May 19, 1925: Malcolm X is born. In 1960, LIFE magazine assigned Arnold, who died in January 2012 at the age of 99, to document the days and nights of Malcolm X, the controversial and intensely charismatic public face of the Nation of Islam. For nearly a year, she followed the thug-turned-devout Muslim and activist from Washington to New York to Chicago. (Eve Arnold—Magnum) See Eve Arnold’s photographs of Malcolm X here.
Carolyn Polk, “May Day Queen” of 1946 with her court as they appeared in the October 1946 edition of the Howard University Bulletin. According to the bulletin, May Day celebrations, staged by the Physical Department for women, were a “gigantic and beautiful spectacle in which students give exhibitions in dancing, singing and calisthenics.” The highlight was the crowning of the May Queen who reigned over the festivities with an alumnus serving as “Alma Mater.” My HU <3