Percival Lowell and the three head members of the first Korean diplomatic delegation to the US, who helped engineer the 1882 Treaty of Amity and Commerce. From left: Min Yeong-ik, Lowell, Geo Gwang-beom, Hong Yeong-sik.
Fanny and Stella, the pioneer transvestites who fought Victorian anti-gay laws
Notorious transvestites who scandalized London in Fanny & Stella. The two men spent 4 months in jail awaiting trial. Despite the fact that their apartment had been under surveillance for a year, the prosecution case was weak and the men were acquitted.
인천시 [Incheon, 仁川市] , Korea, 1951 Photographer Unidentified NARA FILE WAR & CONFLICT BOOK 1484 Korean orphan boy adopted by a motor pool battalion at Inchon, Korea and nursed back to health. He is called "Number One" by the boys of the motor pool.
Caption from the August issue of LIFE. ”In the middle of New York’s Times Square a white-clad girl clutches her purse and skirt as an uninhibited sailor plants his lips squarely on hers.” Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt