Tom Wolfe’s California - In the Golden State, the great writer first chronicled the social changes that would transform America. Wolfe (right) with the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia (center) and the band's manager, Rock Scully, in 1966 San Francisco
Jumping Jacks, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, 1952, Jumping
Ted Williams was the Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived. In 1941 Williams finished his 3rd season with the Boston Red Sox with a batting average of .406 and retired in 1960 with a career average of .344. During the last at bat of his career on September 28th, 1960 Williams bid baseball farewell by hitting a home run. He's the only player to bat over .400 in a single season.