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A couple making out at the Drive-In movie theater. Ohio, 1950s

A couple making out at the Drive-In movie theater. Ohio, Yes I remember those were the days. Hot and steamy nights at the local drive-inn.



Bobby Kennedy taking a lunch break at the Bluefield Drive-In in Bluefield WV while campaigning for JFK.

Robert Kennedy at a Bluefield, WV drive-in, campaigning for the 1960 presidential nomination of his brother John. From photos by Bob Lerner for the Look magazine article "The Kennedys: A Family Political Machine.

On the 80th anniversary of the first drive-in theater, a series of photos celebrating two abiding American obsessions: cars and movies. (J. R. Eyerman—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Young Couple Snuggling in Convertible as They Intently Watch Movie at Drive-In Movie Theater, photo by J R Eyerman [Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images]


National Hot Rod Association’s Drag Racing Meeting, Santa Ana, California,

Clothing items usually worn by greasers included white or black t-shirts, denim jackets, leather jackets, Levi jeans with rolled up cuffs, motorcycle boots, army boots, Converse, and bandanas.     Typical hairstyles included the pompadour, Duck's tail, and more combed back Folsom style. Hair was held in place with hair wax or pomade.

Greasers by Railroad Jack. Greasers were a predominately white ethnic youth subculture that originated in the among young northeastern and southern United States street gangs.

Chevy Impala convertible

1962 - photo by Elliott Erwitt kitsch rockabilly vintage black and white art photo for wall