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my1970s:

Naked Jodie: i’m pretty sure this wasn’t quite legal.
Nov 23, 2013 / 35 notes

my1970s:

Naked Jodie: i’m pretty sure this wasn’t quite legal.

my1970s:

I love this photo, it’s so effortlessly chic, casual and sophisticated, summery sexy. 1978
Nov 23, 2013 / 35 notes

my1970s:

I love this photo, it’s so effortlessly chic, casual and sophisticated, summery sexy. 1978

Nov 23, 2013 / 6 notes
Style Inspo: 

Midtown traffic congestion and jaywalking pedestrians, in April of 1973.
Nov 23, 2013 / 138 notes

Style Inspo: 

Midtown traffic congestion and jaywalking pedestrians, in April of 1973.

Larrabee State Park, near Bellingham, Washington, May, 1973.
Nov 23, 2013 / 93 notes

Larrabee State Park, near Bellingham, Washington, May, 1973.

Left: Mazda vehicles await shipment, Terminal Island, Long Beach, California, June 1972. The RMS Queen Mary, moored in the background, opened as a tourist attraction on May 8, 1971. Right: The painted bus is home, October 1972
Nov 23, 2013 / 31 notes

Left: Mazda vehicles await shipment, Terminal Island, Long Beach, California, June 1972. The RMS Queen Mary, moored in the background, opened as a tourist attraction on May 8, 1971. Right: The painted bus is home, October 1972

Motorcyclist loading his possessions onto a truck with the help of his friends in Leakey, May 1973.
Nov 23, 2013 / 30 notes

Motorcyclist loading his possessions onto a truck with the help of his friends in Leakey, May 1973.

A teenager in El Paso’s Second Ward, June 1972.
Nov 23, 2013 / 70 notes

A teenager in El Paso’s Second Ward, June 1972.

Youths play basketball at Stateway Gardens highrise housing project on the South Side, May 1973. 
Nov 23, 2013 / 50 notes

Youths play basketball at Stateway Gardens highrise housing project on the South Side, May 1973. 

Muslim women dressed in white applaud Elijah Muhammad during the delivery of his Savior’s Day Message in Chicago, March 1974.(John H. White/NARA)
Nov 23, 2013 / 3 notes

Muslim women dressed in white applaud Elijah Muhammad during the delivery of his Savior’s Day Message in Chicago, March 1974.(John H. White/NARA)

Members of Chicago’s South Side community line a portion of Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Drive to watch the Bud Billiken Day Parade, August 1973. Hundreds of thousands turn out to watch and take part in the annual event. Bud Billiken Day started in 1929, to provide African-American youth living on the South Side a moment in the spotlight, a day each year to showcase their talents. (John H. White/NARA) 
Nov 23, 2013 / 37 notes

Members of Chicago’s South Side community line a portion of Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Drive to watch the Bud Billiken Day Parade, August 1973. Hundreds of thousands turn out to watch and take part in the annual event. Bud Billiken Day started in 1929, to provide African-American youth living on the South Side a moment in the spotlight, a day each year to showcase their talents. (John H. White/NARA) 

America in the 70s: 
 Chicago’s African-American Community
Nov 23, 2013 / 7 notes

America in the 70s: 

 Chicago’s African-American Community

detroit geometric murals of the seventies
Nov 23, 2013 / 7 notes

detroit geometric murals of the seventies

Detroit: young guide to the city
Nov 23, 2013 / 18 notes

Detroit: young guide to the city

Trevor Francis
Nov 23, 2013 / 3 notes

Trevor Francis