Before the folk legend succumbed to Huntington's disease, he performed an informal concert in a remarkable place with Pete Seeger and Rev. Gary Davis.
Found In The Archives
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Back in the day, the closest thing to Photoshop involved paint and a negative. These colorful lantern slides show Washington State like you've never seen it.
Earlier in October we asked you to submit vintage Halloween photos. Here's what we received.
We're looking for the most delightful, organically surreal and highly original costumes in history. Send us yours!
A charming clip from the archives shows a small slice of the early Japanese rock scene.
Robert Ripley is reputed to have received more mail than any president. Whether or not that's true, artifacts from The Ripley Archives show just how abundant — and intriguing — his mail was.
Vintage NASA footage shows the ethereal experience of training for zero gravity in a giant pool.
A small collection of photos is one of the few existing visual reminders of the American eugenics movement.
Rich Remsberg spends a lot of time digging through archives. This month, he presents one of his favorite mysterious video clips.
Unlike most early documentary photographers of the American West, George Edward Anderson was also a Mormon bishop. His photos offer a unique view of life in Utah at the turn of the 20th century.
Sleek modernity meets utter pointlessness in a 1950s invention.
A 1927 silent film from the Library of Congress shows the unsettling reconstruction of an elephant.
Photographs from the early 1940s show a traveling, creepy "crime museum" of papier-mache effigies and ephemera.
"Found in the Archives," a new Picture Show miniseries, features unusual archival material, found and curated by archive researcher Rich Remsberg. The first installment: an unsettling video of 1960s military LSD testing.