> Ron: One possibility is to have students go to LIFE magazines web
site--I don't know the URL off the top of my head. I am pretty sure
it allows the viewer to look at all of the Life's covers. Many of
the covers are impressive from a photographic standpoint. In
addition, they are arranged chronologically.
YOurs, Peter Levy
Dept. of History
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> Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 14:43:12 -0500
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> Subject: RE: help needed
> I am putting together a 1960s photograph section for both
> upper-division and survey classes in recent U.S. history. Can
> any of you suggest 2 or 3 websites and 2 or 3 books (other
> than the Hulton-Getty Collection and the American Memory www
> page) that might have a substantial variety of such
> photographs? Also, are you aware of any "year by year"
> examinations of the 1960s. I'm looking for more than just the
> usual rebellious stuff. Thanks in advance.
> Tony Edmonds
> Ball State University
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