The year 1969 was a big one for the US, pop-culture, and news. It was the year of the first moon landing, Woodstock, and of course the first ever episode of TV’s The Brady Bunch, just to name a few.
If you have a chance, stop by the Parham library where we have set up a display in honor of this iconic year.
If you simply can’t wait, take a minute to check out our 1969 Spotify Playlist which includes many popular songs from the day. It is sure to inspire nostalgia and will definitely get your feet tapping. (Perhaps they’ll tap all the way over to the library?)
Check out the newly digitized LIFE Photo Archive, a joint effort of LIFE and Google. Search millions of photographs dating back to the 1750s to the present. Most of these photos were never before published by LIFE and cover a plethora of people, places, events, sports, and culture throughout history.
Search tip: When using Google Image Search, add the field limit – source:life after your search terms to search only the LIFE photo archive.
Example: apollo 11 source:life
The Library of Congress has put more than 3,000 photos out of their 14 million prints, photographs and other visual materials on Flickr. No copytright restrictions are known to exist with theses images. Feel free to check out these stunning images at http://www.flickr.com/photos/library_of_congress/.