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Andy Warhol, Sophia Loren, and a gay motorcycle club: Photos from the ’60s

Terence Donovan photographs Kenneth Graves covers SF's Bay Area, home to members of the Beat Generation and the Haight- Ashbury hippies. Terene Leni Sinclair enters Detroit’s radical political and cultural scene. Sylvan Rand hits the road with a gay motorcycle club. Shirley Baker discovers magic in the since-forgotten Manchester and Salford slums. Plus, one photographer created Esquire’s iconic covers featuring Muhammad Ali, JFK, and Andy Warhol--but you might not have heard his name.

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Andy Warhol, Sophia Loren, and a gay motorcycle club: Photos from the ’60s
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    ‘Women, Children and Loitering Men’: A Glimpse at Manchester’s Slums in the 1960s

    ‘Women, Children and Loitering Men’: A Glimpse at Manchester’s Slums in the 1960s

    Manchester, 1968, © Shirley Baker Estate, Courtesy of Mary Evans Picture Library In the 1960s and the two decades following, the streets of the …

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