Candy Darling on her deathbed photographed by Peter Hujar, in 1974
In a letter written on her deathbed and intended for Andy Warhol and his followers, Darling said, “Unfortunately before my death I had no desire left for life … I am just so bored by everything. You might say bored to death.”
“An original color photograph of Waylon Jennings circa 1970s by his friend and collaborator Johnny Cash, signed by Cash on the lower right corner of the image in black ink.”
Elizabeth Eckford of the Little Rock 9 being followed by an angry white mob of students as she is one of the first black students at the school.
Hazel Massery (born Bryan,) the one with her mouth open, was never able to escape her participation in this photo, even after many apologies.