Getty Images gallery, the world´s largest commercial photography archive with a collection of over 90 million images, selected unique and iconic imagery for its exhibition "Best of Archive". From this treasure trove of images, only 0.1 per cent are digitized. The Getty Images gallery is located in central London. Images courtesy: Getty Images gallery.
1932: American actress Tallulah Bankhead (1902 - 1968), who made her name as a stage actress and won a New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for her performance in The Little Foxes in 1939. (Photo by Irving Lippman/John Kobal Foundation/Getty Images)
Head Of David
British pop singer David Bowie in concert at Earl's Court, London during his 1978 world tour. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)
The entrance to the Carlton Hotel, Cannes, France, 1958. (Photo by Slim Aarons/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
2013 Getty Images
Salford Street Fun
1951: Children playing with an old tyre on the streets of Salford, Manchester. Original Publication: Picture Post - 5461 - Salford Holiday - unpub. (Photo by John Chillingworth/Picture Post/Getty Images)
18th November 1939: British sailors talk to a woman in a New York bar (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Getty Images)
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Posters In Hiroshima
A woman walking past a line of advertising posters in Hiroshima, July 1955. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7849 - Hiroshima - pub. 1955 (Photo by John Chillingworth/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
2007 Getty Images
Marine chaplain Eli Tavesian giving communion to marine Louis A Loya, at Forward Command Post in Hue, Vietnam. (Photo by Express Newspapers/Getty Images)
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