ALVIN CROW performs DYNAMITE DIANA on Austin City Limits in 1975
ALVIN CROW performs DYNAMITE DIANA on Austin City Limits in 1975
SJT - V2 JARDINS DU MONDE/ JARDINS DE NINFA ITALY (Destination flowers)
A2 / France 2
1997
Princess Diana - Various photographs of Lady Di - Nancy Reagan - Britain's Royal Family
Paramount
Aide to Pres. Franklin Roosevelt Harry Hopkins and his family
UK DIANA SWEATER
UK DIANA SWEATER
HURRICANE DIANA
DIANA - VIDEO FOOTAGE
PRINCESS DIANA AND PAUL BURRELL
Diana, Princess of Wales Princess Diana holds a small african child in her arms. Diana's body guard servant, Paul Burrell stands in the BG watching over Diana. Diana wears a large red cross on her breast pocket. princess of Wales performs charity work.
McDivitt and Schweickart, Houston astronaut parade, 1969
McDivitt and Schweickart, Houston astronaut parade, August 1969. Footage of NASA astronauts James Alton McDivitt (born 1929) and Russell Louis 'Rusty' Schweickart (born 1935) and their families being driven by car at the Houston astronaut parade of 16 August 1969 in Houston, Texas, USA. McDivitt (in the first car) was selected as a NASA astronaut in 1962. At the time of this footage, he had flown the Gemini 4 (1965) and Apollo 9 (March 1969) missions, the latter being his last mission. Also in the car are his wife Patricia and their children Michael, Ann, Patrick, and Kathleen. In the second car is Schweickart, who was selected as a NASA astronaut in 1963. At the time of this footage, he had flown the Apollo 9 mission (March 1969), his first and last mission. With him in the car are his wife Nancy and their children Vicki, Randolph, Russell, Elin and Diana. This parade was held to honour the Apollo 11 astronauts, but also featured other NASA astronauts. The Apollo 11 crew had achieved the first landing by humans on the Moon on 20 July 1969. Houston is the home of NASA's mission control, the Manned Spacecraft Centre (MSC), and this was among the first parades held in their honour. It featured numerous marching groups, with around 300,000 people lining the streets. A ticker tape parade was held along the downtown Houston section of the route.
POP MUSIC
PAUL ANKA - DIANA DIANA
DN-101 1 inch
Modern Dianas Take It Out On The Poor Fish
France Diana 3
Paris mourns Diana 20 years after her death
Paramount
Admiral Earl Mountbatten relinquishes NATO Mediterranean Command
HURRICANE DIANA
NDS.
1997
newspaper headlines Diana Killed - death of Princess Diana in car crash - Lady Di - British royalty - headline - c/u magazines - tabloids - British royalty
1950s TV SHOW
PAUL ANKA - DIANA
DIANA KRALL IN CONCERT
Diana Krall in concert.
Rusty Schweickart, Houston astronaut parade, August 1969
Rusty Schweickart, Houston astronaut parade, August 1969. Footage of NASA astronaut Russell Louis 'Rusty' Schweickart (born 1935) and his family being driven by car at the Houston astronaut parade of 16 August 1969 in Houston, Texas, USA. Schweickart was selected as a NASA astronaut in 1963. At the time of this footage, he had flown the Apollo 9 mission (March 1969), his first and last mission. With him in the car are his wife Nancy and their children Vicki, Randolph, Russell, Elin and Diana. This parade was held to honour the Apollo 11 astronauts, but also featured other NASA astronauts. The Apollo 11 crew had achieved the first landing by humans on the Moon on 20 July 1969. Houston is the home of NASA's mission control, the Manned Spacecraft Centre (MSC), and this was among the first parades held in their honour. It featured numerous marching groups, with around 300,000 people lining the streets. A ticker tape parade was held along the downtown Houston section of the route.
Report: The document: Taiwan, a Chinese obsession
France 5
Shea Stadium after 9/11
9/21/01 - Continuation of Shea Stadium. Outside and inside stadium, ceremony, Diana Ross memorial song, National Anthem, patriotic chants during the game. 00:00 - 08:53 - EXTs of Shea Stadium 08:53 - 20:43 - INTs of Shea Stadium 20:43 - 25:08 - Ceremony 25:08 - 30:09 - Diana Ross singing the National Anthem
DN-LB-329 Beta SP; 1 inch
REAGAN LIBRARY MATERIAL