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CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King calls out against automation for taking jobs.
1960s: Black voters drop ballot in boxes in D.C. Voter line in polling place and voting booths. Hands drop ballots in boxes. Exterior White House. Johnson supporters cheer outside White House.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King condemns segregation.
CIRCA 1964 - Teenagers scream and some faint as cops and a barricade keep them from swarming the Beatles at England's London Airport.
CIRCA 1964 - A throng of police escorts the Beatles to their car while teenagers scream for them at England's London Airport.
CIRCA 1964 - The Beatles are surrounded by screaming fans when they arrive at JFK, and as they tour Central Park.
CIRCA 1964 - The summer Olympic Opening Ceremonies are held at the National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, presided over by Emperor Hirohito.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King speaks on the nature of suffering and brotherhood.
CIRCA 1964 - The Beatles hold a press conference in New York while fans scream outside, then visit Central Park.
CIRCA 1947- Jewish refugees are turned away from Palestine by occupying British forces, the UN deliberates, and a year later Israel is formed.
CIRCA 1964 - Former White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger decides to run for the Senate.
CIRCA 1945 - Housewives lead scrap metal drives on the homefront, and everyone celebrates the end of gas rationing when WWII ends (narrated in 1964).
CIRCA 1964 - At a meeting of the UN's Security Council, American Ambassador Stevenson speaks on the importance of supporting southeast Asia.
CIRCA 1964 - LBJ gives a speech from the White House on why more American forces are needed in southeast Asia.
CIRCA 1960s - A Project Gemini rocket lifts off from Launch Complex 19 at Cape Kennedy Air Force Station in Florida and astronauts are shown.
CIRCA 1964 - The young sons of US Navy officers compete in a boxing tournament at Annapolis.
CIRCA 1964 - Queen Elizabeth II watches a horse race at the Royal Ascot racetrack.
CIRCA 1964 - Pope Paul VI opens Holy Week in Rome, Italy.
CIRCA 1964 - A deadly earthquake in Niigata, Japan leads to destructive oil fires.
CIRCA 1940s - Everyone from housewives to grocers struggles to adjust to the use of ration stamps during WWII (narrated in 1964).
CIRCA 1964 - LBJ gives a speech explaining that firmness in the Vietnam War is ultimately necessary for peace.
CIRCA 1964 - The UCLA Bruins defeat the Duke Blue Devils for the NCAA basketball championship.
CIRCA 1964 - In a speech, LBJ declares the importance of supporting South Vietnam but also the importance in limiting a growing conflict.
CIRCA 1964 - German scientists test a two-man submarine.
CIRCA 1964 - The Beatles accept a show business award from the British Variety Club.
CIRCA 1964 - US military advisors help ARVN soldiers invade North Vietnam.
CIRCA 1964 - Many are left homeless after a deadly earthquake in Niigata, Japan, and cleanup efforts begin.
CIRCA 1964 - The UCLA Bruins take on the Duke Blue Devils for the NCAA basketball championship.
CIRCA 1964 - US Navy planes are deployed in response to the sinking of Navy ships in the Gulf of Tonkin.
CIRCA 1964 - An increase in USAF and US Army forces in southeast Asia is given bipartisan support, in hopes of keeping the Vietnam War short.
CIRCA 1964 - The St. Bernard tunnel linking Italy and Switzerland through the Alps is officially opened.
CIRCA 1964 - Senator Edward Kennedy is severely wounded in a plane crash, but RFK assures the nation he will survive.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King stresses the importance of non-violence.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King urges listeners to vote.
CIRCA 1964 - Teenagers scream as the Beatles disembark from a Pan Am plane at England's London Airport.
CIRCA 1964 - One of the Mercury Seven astronauts enters a space capsule to test its ability to float off the coast of Pensacola, Florida,
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally, Martin Luther King condemns not only bad racist people, but good people who stay silent.
CIRCA 1964 - One of the Mercury Seven astronauts exits a floating space capsule off the coast of Pensacola, Florida and inflates a raft to float in.
CIRCA 1964 - A space capsule's flotation abilities are tested off the coast of Pensacola, Florida.
CIRCA 1964 - A cross-country bicycle race takes place in France, and the International Race of Barcelona, Spain takes place .
CIRCA 1964 - Student protests are held in Cyprus over the Turkish-Greek feud, and the US Embassy in Cyprus is shown bombed.
1964 - The Mercury Seven astronauts assess a space capsule aboard a ship in Pensacola, Florida.
CIRCA 1964 - It rains on opening day of the New York World's Fair, but visitors still arrive and ride the Skyway.
CIRCA 1964 - The inaugural parade at the New York World's Fair includes an American Express old west stagecoach.
CIRCA 1964 - Ethiopian Abebe Bikila wins the marathon run at the summer Olympics hosted in Tokyo, Japan.
CIRCA 1940s - Gasoline and meat are rationed on the American homefront during WWII, and housewives return their cooking fats to butchers.
CIRCA 1964 - Visitors walk past pavilions for Hong Kong, Pakistan, Japan, Thailand, India, Berlin, and Hollywood at the New York World's Fair.
CIRCA 1964 - LBJ gives the dedicatory speech at the New York World's Fair.
NEW YORK - FEBRUARY, 2020: Nike sport store in Manhattan. Nike is one of the world's largest suppliers of athletic shoes and apparel. The company was founded on January 25, 1964.
CIRCA 1964 - LBJ arrives at the New York World's Fair to give a dedication speech.
CIRCA 1964 - Mahalia Jackson concludes singing "I Am a Poor Pilgrim of Sorrow" at the Chicago Freedom Movement rally in Soldier Field.
CIRCA 1960s - Dozens of people pour into the entrance of the New York World's Fair, including families, a boy scout troop, and teachers in 1964.
CIRCA 1964 - Bob Hayes leads the American track team to a gold medal in the relay race at the summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
CIRCA 1960s - A runner carries a torch and lights a flame and crowds are shown as well as a field show opening the 1964 Summer Olympics.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King says that poor blacks and whites must unite to advance change.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King says that the Civil Rights Bill is only the first step.
CIRCA 1960s - A family gets on a tram at the New York World's Fair and drives past the Unisphere in 1964.
CIRCA 1960s - An Indian couple rides a sky tram at dusk at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
CIRCA 1960s - Warner Brothers becomes a studio which exposes backroom political issues in The Dark Horse in the 1930s.
CIRCA 1960s - A narrator in the 1960s explains that film in the 1920s focused on the pleasures of life.
CIRCA 1964 - The Ranger VII rocket flies into outer space, and takes photographs of the lunar surface.
CIRCA 1964 - Vietnamese and American soldiers fly in US Army helicopters over south Vietnam.
CIRCA 1964 - An earthquake brings considerable property damage to Alaska.
CIRCA 1964 - A funeral procession is held for General MacArthur in Washington DC.
CIRCA 1964 - LBJ signs the Civil Rights Bill into law, and gives one of the pens used to do so to Martin Luther King.
CIRCA 1964 - Hurricane Hilda rips through the eastern seaboard of the United States.
CIRCA 1964 - Leonid Brezhnev ousts Nikita Khrushchev as general secretary of Russia's communist party.
CIRCA 1964 - LBJ and his Vice president Hubert Humphrey are voted into office over Barry Goldwater.
CIRCA 1960s - President Lyndon B Johnson asks all citizens to join together while signing the Civil Rights Act into law 1964.
CIRCA 1960s - President Lyndon B Johnson discusses the contributions made by Americans of all races while signing the Civil Rights Act into law 1964.
CIRCA 1964 - An obituary for India's Prime Minister Nehru shows him with JFK, and citizens mourning at his funeral in New Delhi.
Greenwich, CT/United States - July 31, 2019: gorgeous static views of the famous 1964 James Bond Aston Martin car.  This is the actual car that was used in the movies and sold at auction for over $6 m
1964 - Camels pee into a bucket and a hairstylist purportedly uses the urine to rinse Arab women's hair to make it blonde.
1964 - In this sexploitation movie, a cross dresser performs at a nightclub in Berlin (narrated by Boris Karloff).
CIRCA 1960s - Migrant farm workers travel by bus to a camp and an African American family enters their cabin, in 1964.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King stresses the importance of non-violence when protesting.
CIRCA 1964 - In this B movie, young people dance at a club.
CAMDEN NEW JERSEY USA-1964: The Vintage Wedding Of A Young Couple In Love
CAMDEN NEW JERSEY-1964: Children Playing In The Beach
1964 Husband and wife smooching kissing
DUBAI - OCTOBER, 2018: Nike store inside Dubai Mall. Nike is one of the world's largest suppliers of athletic shoes and apparel. The company was founded on January 25, 1964.
CIRCA 1964 - In this sci-fi film, an alien emerges from a spaceship that has landed in the woods during the day.
CIRCA 1964 - In this horror film, young people dance at a club unaware that a large furry monster is approaching.
CIRCA 1964 - In this horror film, a large, furry monster eats a young couple out of their convertible.
1964 Cute little boy rides bike next to vintage cars
CIRCA 1960s - White Southern racism against school integration is demonstrated in Prince Edward County, Virginia in 1965
1960s: D.C. voters lined up to vote in historic first vote due to 1961 23rd Amendment. People vote and drop ballots in box. Voter line-up and Black voters casting ballots.
CIRCA 1964 - LBJ gives a speech extolling the virtues of the peerless American economy.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Academy Awards ceremony, Annabella accepts the Best Actress Oscar from Gregory Peck on behalf of Patricia Neal.
CIRCA 1964 - Two USAF planes collide over the sea en route to a recovery exercise and crash in to the water.
CIRCA 1964 - Masked participants on Mardi Gras parade floats throw necklaces and other items to the crowds they drive past in New Orleans, Louisiana.
CIRCA 1964 - Arkansas' Donna Axum is crowned Miss America.
CIRCA 1964 - Jackie, Caroline, and John F. Kennedy Jr. visit JFK's grave at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day.
CIRCA 1964 - Americans Jimmy Heuga, Billy Kidd, and Austrian Joseph Pepi Stiegler are seen competing in a skiing event at the Winter Olympics.
CIRCA 1964 - Neon lights, water fountain shows, and fireworks light up the New York World's Fair at night.
CIRCA 1964 - Teenagers are seen sleeping at England's London Airport overnight, awaiting the arrival of the Beatles.
CIRCA 1964 - A Mardi Gras parade starts and night and continues into the daytime in New Orleans, Louisiana, featuring many bizarre floats.
CIRCA 1964 - Secretary Rusk and Ambassador Lodge arrive at Hickam Air Force Base in Honolulu, Hawaii for a conference about Vietnam.
CIRCA 1964 - Lord Mountbatten and Secretary Rusk are among those present at Prime Minister Nehru's cremation ceremony along the River Jumna.
CIRCA 1964 - Crowds line the streets of New Delhi, India to mourn as Prime Minister Nehru's funeral procession passes by.
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