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Wanted 1949 William Melvin Byrd

Wanted 1949 William Melvin Byrd

Not Wanted (1949)

Not Wanted (1949)

Wanted: Bootleg Stills, 1949. A wanted poster asking citizens to report moonshiners and the location of bootleg stills. Bluefield, West Virginia.

Wanted: Bootleg Stills, 1949. A wanted poster asking citizens to report moonshiners and the location of bootleg stills. Bluefield, West Virginia.

Virgil Lamar Ware, known as Virgil Ware, was born on December 6, 1949. He grew up in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama. The third of six children, Ware was an excellent student who enjoyed playing football and wanted to become an attorney. When a bomb went off at Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church …

Virgil Lamar Ware, known as Virgil Ware, was born on December 6, 1949. He grew up in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama. The third of six children, Ware was an excellent student who enjoyed playing football and wanted to become an attorney. When a bomb went off at Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church …

#15 1949.  Three Stories:  Before I Die, Help Wanted, Male, Instead of Evidence.

#15 1949. Three Stories: Before I Die, Help Wanted, Male, Instead of Evidence.

ORIGINAL 1949 FBI WANTED POSTER DeForest Harding Glassey STOLEN VEHICLE PROPERTY

ORIGINAL 1949 FBI WANTED POSTER DeForest Harding Glassey STOLEN VEHICLE PROPERTY

The Third Man is a 1949 British film noir directed by Carol Reed and starring Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Orson Welles, and Trevor Howard. Anton Karas wrote the notable score, which used only the zither; its title cut topped the international music charts in 1950.

The Third Man is a 1949 British film noir directed by Carol Reed and starring Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Orson Welles, and Trevor Howard. Anton Karas wrote the notable score, which used only the zither; its title cut topped the international music charts in 1950.

Joan Crawford’s home in Hollywood designed by William Haines (1949).     “I was practically raised by Billy Haines. He was like a big brother to me. He would show me the differences between Hepplewhite and Chippendale. I’d look things up, read, and soon I reached a point where I was able to talk to him in his own language… I didn’t want anything elegant. I wanted something to really function for me.”     – Joan Crawford, Celebrity Homes

Joan Crawford’s home in Hollywood designed by William Haines (1949). “I was practically raised by Billy Haines. He was like a big brother to me. He would show me the differences between Hepplewhite and Chippendale. I’d look things up, read, and soon I reached a point where I was able to talk to him in his own language… I didn’t want anything elegant. I wanted something to really function for me.” – Joan Crawford, Celebrity Homes

Not Wanted (1949) DRAMA  After a beautiful but unsophisticated girl is seduced by a worldly piano player and gives up her out-of-wedlock baby, her guilt compels her to kidnap another child.

Not Wanted (1949) DRAMA After a beautiful but unsophisticated girl is seduced by a worldly piano player and gives up her out-of-wedlock baby, her guilt compels her to kidnap another child.

Since it's inception in 1949, roughly 500 people have appeared on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list - Only eight of those fugitives have been women

Women on FBI's most wanted list

Since it's inception in 1949, roughly 500 people have appeared on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list - Only eight of those fugitives have been women

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